Qantas Freight is responsible for the air cargo operations of the Qantas group. It is Australia’s largest independent air freight services business:
Shipping more than 4000 air freight items daily, servicing over 500 destinations globally, utilising 22 dedicated cargo handling terminals around the world.
Qantas Freight Communications, Product and Marketing had limited visibility over the performance of their digital marketing activity, and were uncertain of the role that digital marketing should play to assist in the success of their business.
Subsequently, Qantas Freight was seeking a partner who could help them; define their current state, define where they wanted to be, develop a roadmap to get them there and ensure of a successful implementation. Inherently, this would lead to more measured and accountable communication investments and better customer experiences at a lower cost.
What We Did
Tzu & Co. Led a digital current state analysis (LOAD), reviewing Qantas Freight’s People, Process, Platforms and Promotions, as well as their external stakeholder experiences - against the context of the overarching business objectives and strategy, and competitive landscape.
On completion of the assessment, Tzu & Co. Delivered a strategic workshop to assist the Communications, Product & Marketing team to make decisions on what they ‘would’ and ‘would not’ do, in order to achieve their winning aspirations. The deliverable was a one-page strategic document with five key initiatives and an actionable Roadmap - this includes projects in areas such as data-utilisation and CRM.
Then, Tzu was tasked to oversee some of the key components of implementation, to ensure success against the vision.
- Traffic to key self-services areas of the website have increased by xx%
- Calls to the Call-Centre have decreased by x%
- Self-service conversions for retail channels have increased by xx%
- The marketing team is now a data-led and upskilled
*Figures cannot be shared.