From manufacturing and assembly equipment to technology solutions and industrial automation, industrial companies face increasingly challenging market and business environments around the globe. These challenges require continual evaluation and evolution of business models, go-to-market strategies, and possible risk factors, but they also present opportunities to advance competitive positioning.
Keen attention to market dynamics, competitive environment, channel trends, and shifting customer needs will help you effectively navigate industry challenges and successfully advance your competitive positioning, business performance, growth, and market share.
DuckerFrontier has served leading global multinational, diversified industrial clients for more than 50 years. We work with executives and senior leaders across nearly every subsector, including climate technologies, energy solutions, automation systems, safety and security, software and controls, industrial automation, manufacturing solutions, fluid handling, tools and hardware, and packaging solutions.
Through in-depth insights and analytics, we help you understand the key factors critical to success in existing and new markets and segments, and build a winning competitive position.
We work with you to map the customer experience and navigate the complexities, phases, and negotiations of the customer decision-making process to ensure customer satisfaction and loyalty.
From early-stage ideation to commercialization of new technologies, we provide vital insights at each stage of the development cycle to support your new product development processes.
Amid evolving industries, shifting customer demands, and innovating competitors, we track, analyze, and predict trends and shifts central to your business to ensure your continued success.
We help identify and profile acquisition targets that align with your company strategy, conduct commercial due diligence, support post-transaction growth planning, and provide sell-side market support, competitive mapping, and diligence.
interviews with industry decision makers annually
projects completed per year
through the value chain, from suppliers and channel partners to end-use customers
years of partnering with global leaders
of B2B firms do not charge for their value-added services