Nandu’s first in India to implement mystery audit system across all stores

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Nandu’s is reportedly the only meat retail brand in India to adopt the key business solution for real-time customer feedback

Nandu’s, an omni-channel meat retail brand, becomes the first meat retail brand in the country to implement the Mystery Audit system across all its stores to ensure greater customer experience. In order to stay relevant and thrive in these challenging times, it’s vital for businesses to embrace proactive processes that can help them make more informed decisions. It has appointed HS Brands Global (Australia) for conducting monthly mystery audits across its 43 retail outlets in the city.

Mystery audits have become a strategic way for retail companies across the globe to improve and strengthen the ever-evolving needs of customers and also cater to the safety and hygiene angle. Nandu’s, India’s leading hyperlocal and omni-channel meat brand, is reportedly the only meat retail brand in India to adopt the key business solution for real-time customer feedback.

Narendra Pasuparthy, CEO, Nandu’s said, “Being a fully-integrated and farm-to-fork operation, Nandu’s has witnessed tremendous customer response, consistently, over the last seven months. As hygiene, health and safety took centrestage, we saw an increasing number of consumers shift from local butchery shops to trusted meat brands. We decided to partner with HS Brands Global for the mystery audits so that we can keep a pulse on what our customers want. In India, mystery audits, especially in the meat retail business, may be a novel concept, but they have been proven to offer valuable customer insights in many parts of the globe. At Nandu’s, we take pride in being a neighbourhood meat brand that is disrupting one of the most underserved markets in India. Our vision is to make healthy and hygienic meat – free from hormones, steroids, antibiotics, and any form of growth promoters – accessible to all.”

“Retail is evolving and technology can help retailers deliver the experience that modern-day consumers expect,” noted Pasuparthy. “Technology plays a critical role in ensuring that customers have a delightful shopping experience. Thanks to customer relationship management (CRM) tools, the moment a customer walks into our store or shops for our products online, we connect beyond a transactional level. We not only address the customer by his/her name, but also try to customise our offerings based on their unique preferences,” he further added.

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