As the Grocery Code of Conduct (GSCOP) publishes its latest report under new adjudicator Mark White, and as the UK Government launches a major overhaul of the audit regime, it is clear that the pressure on grocers to build stronger relationships with suppliers and manage them efficiently will intensify.
In a low margin industry, where competition has started to re-intensify as the UK emerges from the Covid pandemic, compliance costs are unsustainable unless new benefits can be found to justify the investment.
GSCOP - the new landscape for grocers and suppliers
Key areas of cost bleed for grocers working with suppliers
How Celonis helps grocers improve code compliance and achieve a higher ranking
Gaining better access to data and visibility of your processes
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