Streamlining Supplier Collaboration at AAW
"Our supplier collaboration has also become more efficient, resulting in faster response times and more product experts."
Who is AAW?
"Ali Abdulwahab Al Mutawa Commercial Co., also known as AAW, is one of Kuwait's oldest, largest, and most successful retail and distribution conglomerates. We are a century-old business with world-class operations in seven diverse retail divisions, representing over 100 global brands in the surging Kuwaiti market."
"At AAW, we faced significant challenges in managing our employee experience, training efficiency, collaborating with our suppliers, and gaining valuable business insights. We were struggling with outdated and fragmented systems that were not providing the desired outcomes. As a result, we were experiencing a lack of engagement from our employees, cascading training materials across our businesses, inefficient supplier collaboration, and difficulty in identifying areas of growth and opportunity within our business."Atobi has provided valuable insights into our business operations, enabling us to make data-driven decisions.
"We decided to implement Atobi. Atobi provided a single, integrated solution that addressed all our needs. It allowed us to improve our employee experience through effective training solutions, personalized feedback, and recognition, streamline our supplier collaboration and gain valuable business insights through real-time data analysis and reporting."
"Since implementing the platform, we have seen a significant improvement in our business performance. Our employees are more engaged and motivated, which has led to increased productivity, more internal promotions, and reduced turnover. Our supplier collaboration has also become more efficient, resulting in faster response times and more product experts. Additionally, Atobi has provided valuable insights into our business operations, enabling us to make data-driven decisions. Overall, Atobi has been a game-changer for AAW, and we highly recommend it to other companies facing similar challenges."