Munich, July 3, 2019. KPS AG has once again been named one of the TOP 100 innovation leaders in the SME sector. For many years, the management consultancy, which specializes in e-commerce strategies and digital transformation processes for the retail and consumer goods sectors, has been leading the way in internationalization, innovation, and industrialization. Which explains why the panel once again included KPS in the list of top 100 innovators in Germany.
Innovation, new business models, and optimizing the customer experience are what drive the retail and consumer goods sectors. Accordingly, there is often a desire, or a need, on the part of the retailers and consumer goods providers to implement changes to the underlying processes as fast as possible. As a management consultancy, KPS supports companies by designing and implementing innovative strategies within the shortest of time frames. At the KPS innovation centers in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom, the company develops solutions for machine learning, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
The experts also work on POS or mobile payment innovations. Besides innovation and internationalization, KPS is driven by industrialization. Taking their inspiration from automotive production, the transformation experts have developed integrated process chains; in other words, defined digital processes for consultancy work.
“We believe that the key to successful innovation is perfectly aligned technology, processes and business strategy. Our goal is to quickly implement strategies and software solutions that help businesses scale their business faster and grow faster. This is where our Rapid Transformation® method comes in,” explains CEO of KPS AG, Leonardo Musso.
Well-known science journalist and mentor of TOP 100, Ranga Yogeshwar, presented the TOP 100 award at the award ceremony on June 28, 2019, during the 6th German SME summit in Frankfurt am Main.
About TOP 100
Since 1993, compamedia has awarded the TOP 100 seal to SMEs that exhibit an exceptional innovative strength and an above-average degree of innovation. Since 2002, the scientific management has been in the hands of Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke. The mentor of TOP 100 is the science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar. Project partners are the “Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung” and the BVMW. For more info, see www.top100.de.