56% of consumers want a shared
cart across channels
Learn why retailers need to offer this capability.
63% of consumers use their
phone for research in stores
Learn how retailer capabilities compare to consumer expectations.
79% of consumers want personalized
service from an associate
Learn how retailer capabilities compare to consumer expectations
WHY COMPANIES WORK WITH US
Founded by industry-recognized retail consulting thought leaders, everyone in our firm has rich retail and restaurant industry experience. We have finely tuned our methodologies through more than 300 customer engagements and as a true partner, we make your problems our priority – and your goals our mission.
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Forbes - How we shop has changed drastically in just the past few decades. See findings from BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Signifyd - Most retailers have incorporated mobile into their strategies, but frankly, some have done a better job than others. See comments from Ryan Grogman, SVP at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Chain Store Age - A new survey from BRP, retail consulting firm, highlights how well retailers are aligning their mobile strategies with customer preferences...Read More
Glossy - In 2018, French luxury group Richemont made some major investments into the e-commerce space, acquiring Yoox Net-a-Porter and pre-owned watch seller Watchfinder, and now there’s some indication as to how those investments are paying off. See comments from David Naumann, VP of Marketing at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Convenience Store Decisions - Consumers want a personalized and consistent experience across channels, but according to BRP's (retail consulting firm) 2019 Unified Commerce Survey, only 28% of retailers offer a shared cart across channels. ..Read More
US Foods - The meteoric rise in mobile orders and payment options has made time more precious than ever. If your point of sale system can’t keep up, you’ll feel it in your bottom line. See comments from Scott Langdoc, SVP at BRP, restaurant consulting firm...Read More
Luxury Daily - As traditional luxury brands strive to become more transparent about their sustainability practices, French luxury conglomerate Kering is the latest to introduce new standards regarding animal welfare. See comments from David Naumann, VP of Marketing at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Business 2 Community - If you asked customers what’s the one thing they want more of from retailers, they’d say personalized customer experiences. See comments from Ken Morris, principal at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Luxury Daily - As live streaming becomes an increasingly popular practice in China, Western labels and retailers are catching on to the tactic as a means of driving real-time interactions with consumers. See comments from David Naumann, VP of marketing at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Chain Store Age - A new survey from BRP, retail consulting firm, reveals that retailers are behind in adopting several critical omnichannel capabilities. See comments from Perry Kramer, SVP at BRP...Read More
WHO WE ARE
We are a comprehensive retail consulting firm helping many of the most successful retailers and restaurant operators solve their business and technology problems. We focus on three key areas: IT strategy, vendor selection and project implementation. Based on our extensive industry experience and deep research insights, our clients engage us as a trusted adviser to help develop a pragmatic approach to adapt their people, processes and technology to the industry’s new paradigm.
WHAT WE DO
Leveraging our retail and restaurant expertise and proven methodologies, we develop strategy, selection and implementation approaches that are based on your environment and objectives. We have helped hundreds of leading businesses improve their technology and processes with our retail consulting practices.
ABOUT BRP CONSULTING
We are a comprehensive consulting firm helping many of the most successful retailers and restaurant operators solve their business and technology problems. We focus on three key areas: IT strategy, vendor selection and project implementation.