Business Consulting

        Overview

        We use our collective knowledge and deep industry expertise to help our clients establish direction, formulate an achievable vision and guide them through execution, in both organisation structures and processes. Our strategic roadmaps are designed to achieve organisational objectives, support core missions and drive operational efficiencies with measurable results. We identify potential revenue growth and cost reduction based upon an analysis of the company’s operations, best practices and benefit assessments.

        Our Core Services

        Strategy and Advisory – strategy translation, planning and business solutions with a focus on practical execution capability.

        Performance Improvement – framework design focused on consistency of operational performance, increasing the likelihood of benefit realisation. 

        Benchmarking Services – quantitative or qualitative framework measurement for relativity of business model or product.

        Our People

        Experience-led consulting practice – our team know the business and have proven ‘run’ and ‘change’ expertise, allowing us to support our clients in effecting change within complex operating environments.

        Our breadth and depth of expertise uniquely positions us to help clients across a diverse range of engagements and initiatives. We are advising clients on exciting, high-profile market infrastructure projects and initiatives.

        Making the difference

        JDX Establishes a Go Green Society

        MONIKA MESKAUSKAITE

        Breaking the Plastic Habit is a programme which aims to eliminate single-use plastics from stores and businesses at Canary Wharf via new technology,

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        JDX to support British Schoolgirls Skiing Races 2020

        The British Schoolgirl Races, which are organised by the Ladies Ski Club, first took place on the slopes of Gstaad in 1959, moving to Villars in 1976. 

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        Why Letting Data Go Matters to Customers and Companies

        MARKUS BUHMANN

        We hear a lot of talk about how, why and when organisations collect data from individuals.

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