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Vendigital ranks among top-20 management consultancy firms


Vendigital has achieved a top-20 ranking in the Financial Times Leading UK Management Consultants special report, for the third year running.

The firm was also awarded a gold medal in the Automotive category, for the second consecutive year.

Roy Williams, CEO of Vendigital, said: “We’re delighted to have been recognised as one of the UK’s leading management consultancies, achieving a top 20 ranking for the third consecutive year. This is a fantastic achievement and reflects the amazing work being done by our team.  

“The fact that these awards are based on the views of clients and contemporaries is particularly pleasing. This is a positive reflection on our collaborative, action-oriented approach and, ultimately, our focus on delivering measurable and sustainable cost reductions for clients.”  

Vendigital works with organisations across the whole industry, from manufacturers and EV specialists through to automotive retailers and start-ups.

Its automotive consultants can advise on the “unique” challenges that are facing the industry. From the rapid switch-over to EVs and the impact that will have on lower servicing demands as well as an increase in the number of leases, to understanding exactly how to take full advantage of “Connected Vehicles”.

The business can also provide insight on shorter term issues such as Brexit disruption and its impact on supply chains to longer term issues such as increasing use of mobility and car rental services affecting levels of vehicle ownership.

Vendigital’s consultants and data scientists serve businesses across a variety of sectors – aerospace and defence; consumer products; industrial manufacturing; private equity; technology, media and telecoms; and transportation and infrastructure.       

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