Loyalty and customer experience in Nordic grocery retail

It’s time for a new culture, one that continuously resets. With the right strategy, data, and level of agility, every retailer can reset, build back better, and grow. Along with purpose-led commitments to environment, social and governance (ESG) principles and modern digital technology, such as cloud, retailers need to focus on five imperatives for growth—digital, fulfillment, sourcing, talent and data. This is retail’s moment of truth. The imperative is to reset the business responsibly, and then have the agility to keep resetting to find profitable growth in an ever changing and challenging world.

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Perspectives

The case for change in an age of experience and how retailers win grocery consumer loyalty.

Data-driven insights into the future of digital and onmi-channel customer experience in Nordic grocery shopping.

Learn how retailers are using data to drive customer experience, innovation and growth.

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How we help

Digital Retail

Transform your shopping experience across digital channels and stores, so consumers can shop with you anywhere and at any time.

Retail Stores

Reset your store footprint and formats to deliver services and experiences that meet evolving consumer expectations.

Retail Sourcing

Reset retail sourcing to be a strategic asset for retailers, while pivoting the function to digital ways of working.

Retail Supply Chain

Futureproof your local supply chain to strategically meet shifting consumer preferences, including last mile and sustainable delivery.

Retail Workforce

Redefine the future of work to skill and scale a future-ready retail frontline and corporate workforce.

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Case studies

Canadian QSR Tim Hortons drives customer loyalty through its new Tims Rewards program.

Thai retailer Central Group uses data to create unique experiences for shoppers.

Grocer Intermarché, Microsoft and Accenture collaborated on an organization-wide data transformation.

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Adaptive retail at H&M

To support the new Accenture purpose, CEO Julie Sweet recently launched our brand campaign—Let there be change—an inspiration to our people and clients to embrace change for the benefit of all. We believe today’s rapid acceleration to digital presents us with an opportunity to create a better future, and our strategy is to embed responsible business into our services for our clients as well as to operate Accenture as a responsible business.

Global fashion retailer H&M is one of our clients that we are helping to continue its journey as a responsible business. 

H&M delivers fashion in a sustainable way, and is green even within IT. Its online ecommerce solution that is built and run by Accenture, was yesterday running H&M’s own data centers and already sourcing only green energy, and tomorrow will use wind power on Azure cloud. Thanks to cloud transformation features such as auto-scaling it will use even less energy—essentially, it’s a sustainable green cloud.

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