The success of a business depends on marketing, sales and distribution planning. This process requires an in-depth understanding of one’s own network, the landscape of the market and the input of an expert from the industry. In this context, Vertebrand team brings to you VMax – a unique planning tool for marketing and sales heads as part of business and marketing planning. The tool uses proprietary methodology that develops optimised channel and distribution plans based on sales and market share objectives. This helps develop sales force requirements, coverage norms, and sales force / distribution performance parameters and generates a plan as well as metrics for tracking performance, measurable over time.

The Outputs From This Tool Would Be

  • Market share targets
  • Optimum outlet coverage
  • Revenue expectations
  • Options for distribution models
  • Optimum salesforce structure
  • Coverage norms
  • Productivity of calls

Key Features and Differentiators

  • Allows multiple distribution model options
  • Optimization of distribution
  • Coverage, call-age and productivity parameters for planning and tracking
  • Tech-enabled product for quick deployment and turnaround
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Online discounting and brand equity

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Globalisation – Following the Standardisation or Adaptation approach?

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Poo-Pourri – India Entry Strategy

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