PwC Benchmarking

“Life is like a dogsled team. If you’re not the lead dog, the scenery never changes.”
Lewis Grizzard

Executives worry about missed opportunities for growth, innovation and competitive advantage. They want to know what successful companies are doing to be at the head of the pack and how they can help their organizations reach and exceed important measures of success.

Benchmarking drives deeper understanding of industry-wide performance and levers that can help companies grow. With these insights, companies know where they measure up against their peers in key performance metrics across such areas as operational and process excellence, product innovation, and workforce planning, to name a few.

 
PwC’s Finance Effectiveness Benchmark reveals what high performing Finance functions do differently to achieve process excellence.

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Use the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR®) to drive operational excellence and create competitive advantage.

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Discover how Product and Cycle-time Excellence ® can help your company gain innovation-driven revenue, turning new ideas into new products and bringing them quickly to market.

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Lead the pack with data-driven insights

Smart companies are adopting new approaches to turning data insights into tangible results. Business leaders should demand insights that are driven by data and analytics. By applying analytics technologies, tools, techniques and talent to rich benchmark data, dry facts and figures transform into strategic insights that solve complex business problems.

By exploiting the fact-based insights derived from quantitative and qualitative benchmarks, the dog at the back of the pack today can move to the front, where the view is no longer obstructed and opportunities for continued growth are as far as the eye can see.

Interested in becoming a registered benchmarking participant? Please contact one of our professionals to discuss your company's needs and obtain login credentials.

® Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR®) is a registered trademark of the Supply-Chain Council, Inc. (http://supply-chain.org/)