Enterprises in these sectors are confronted with the challenge to reduce costs and streamline operations while simultaneously needing to innovate business and sophisticate its services.
With established industry boundaries eroding, companies are facing a pressing need to develop cross-industry businesses and to transform their organization to align with new business models.
At QUNIE, we define companies in sectors such as utilities, transportation & distribution, trading, healthcare, real estate, and leisure as key players of the “social infrastructure services industry”.
We support such companies in creating the best solution possible from a cross-industry perspective, and help to embed the changes to realize true transformation.
For the energy sector, where regulations are relaxed significantly and aligned with full liberalization in retail market and unbundled power grid, we support companies in solving management issues in the strategic areas requiring a high level of expertise through our knowledge and experience.
We deliver our expertise in areas such as:
■General Services and Utilities
- – New business model/market entry strategy planning and implementation
- – Operational efficiency improvement, cost reduction and governance enhancement
- – Shared services, BPO planning and implementation
- – IT cost visualization and reduction
- – PMO support for large business engagements
- – Overseas market entry strategy planning and implementation
- – Business portfolio transformation
- – Establishing subsidiaries and creating privatization process roadmaps
- – Organizational, operational and IT system integration planning as part of M&A initiatives
- – Management strategies and business structure reform (response to policy/system reform, alliance, and international competitiveness)
- – Marketing and sales strategies (electricity/gas retailing, electricity/gas wholesaling, and energy solutions)
- – Corporate management, organizational restructuring, and business reforms (organizational structure reform and improvement of business efficiency)
- – Strategies for participation in new business/withdrawal from business (new energy business/energy inter-business initiatives)
- – Strategies for participation in the renewable energy business
- – Strategies for participation in the overseas energy business
- – Strategies for participation in aggregation business/VPP (Virtual Power Plant) business