KPS is amongst the TOP 100 innovation leaders in 2018

TOP 100 award

Munich, July 2, 2018. The TOP 100 competition presented awards to the most innovative German small and medium-sized companies for the 25th time. KPS AG was named amongst these innovation leaders this year. The management consultancy is an essential partner in digital transformation and process optimization.

Whether it is independent high-street retailers or major e-commerce operators, customers today expect outstanding digital marketing, optimal sales processes, the fulfillment of service claims and a unique brand experience. This requires future-oriented, end-to-end technologies which the  TOP 100 company KPS implements through its Rapid Transformation® method. This innovative and fast way of carrying out projects – from the initial concept to strategy development and implementation – takes just a few months.

Impressive innovation in consultancy

“An innovative ethos has always been part of our DNA,” explained Leonardo Musso, a KPS Executive Board member. “We’re continually seeking to enhance and optimize our consultancy services and incorporating new elements and strategies into digitalization projects. We support our customers with innovative solutions and modern technologies which simplify processes and make customers happier.” KPS’s Innovation Campus also provides it with a platform for the exchange of all employees across departments and locations.

The management consultancy KPS performed particularly well in the “innovation environment” category in the independent selection procedure. The science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar, a mentor to TOP 100, Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke, the research director of TOP 100, and compamedia presented the company with the award on June 29, 2018, at the prize ceremony in Ludwigsburg as part of the 5th German SME Summit.

 

TOP 100 – the competition

compamedia has been presenting the TOP 100 award for exceptional innovation and outstanding innovative success to medium-sized companies since 1993. Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke has been the competition’s research director since 2002. Franke is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. The science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar is a mentor to TOP 100. Project partners include the Fraunhofer Society and the German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (BVMW). Further information can be found at www.top100.de.