The company where I work decided to open a new branch in a different city and they put me in charge of the team of making sure the launch runs smoothly. In order to handle the job, I hired a data consultant company to reduce the costs and risks associated with opening the new branch. We wanted the opening to go as smoothly as possible without any problems. The consultant company had a lot of experience with using data from their clients to determine the best moves that the company should make and what kinds of things they should do to maximize their returns.
The consultant company came up with a pretty good strategy for us to use in the launch, and we were all in agreement that it was the best path for us to take, so we decided to use their plans. With the days counting down until the launch of the new branch was to take place, no one was nervous because we were all confident that the plan created by the company would go off without a hitch. If the launch was successful, it meant that the company as a whole would grow, people would be able to get more opportunities within and outside the company, and we would possibly get a raise for our efforts. A lot was riding on the launch.
We all expected the launch to go well, but it went even better than we expected. We saw a large turn around from the launch of the new branch, with our sales numbers going through the roof. We usually only see numbers as large as the ones that we saw during the holiday seasons. I think the higher ups at the company will be thinking about opening even more branches in the future.