Case study: Supermarket spending analysis

17% savings in office supply spending

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With average gross profits that hover at about 1%, there’s no room for waste in the grocery business.

That’s why one multi-billion dollar supermarket chain is always looking for ways to streamline operations and control costs however possible. The grocer is both a back-office consumer and front-store retailer of office supplies like pencils, pens and paper clips, making this a unique situation and adding another layer of complexity. Our spend management service worked in concert with the supermarket chain and the office product supplier to preserve a valuable business relationship.

Learn how greater control over your indirect spend can add up, resulting in tangible savings that contribute to the bottom line.

Natalya Berdzeni

Natalya Berdzeni

Natalya Berdzeni joined CCM in 2005 and currently serves as President. Natalya has served in many critical roles and transitions at CCM. She oversees operations and client development, including the execution of spend programs and their operational support, with responsibility for the company’s financial growth and profitability.
Natalya Berdzeni