The Keyrus Group's expertise covers most industrial and service sectors.

Keyrus possesses dedicated expertise in several major sectors of the economy:

AUTOMOTIVE Industry, Insurance, Retail Banking, Energy & Utilities, Finance & Investments, Pharmaceutical Industry, CHARITY & NONPROFIT, Retail, Telecommunications.

These specific sectorial skills, combined with the international dimension of the Keyrus Group, present in 15 countries, enable us to deliver relevant and appropriate solutions to our clients, as much at the local level as at the international one.

We also work regularly with a great number of players in other sectors, both public and private as:

  • Construction
  • Culture
  • Health
  • Hotel and Catering
  • Industry
  • Luxury
  • Media
  • Public sector
  • Real estate
  • Services
  • Transport


  • AB InBev

    Several projects in all AB InBev operating zones, successfully deploying new governance and technology to support the Performance Management cycle (Budgeting / Tracking & Monitoring / Forecasting). The various streams span across the full P&L: Revenue and Marginal Contribution, Overhead (ZBB), Customer / Product / Market profitability, Production and Supply costs. Keyrus has supported AB InBev end-to-end: design of analytical models, process and organisation optimisation, tool design and deployment, project and change management.

  • Leading international player in the construction and public works sector

    Assisting the Group Finance Department with developing performance management

  • Leading player in the private media sector

    Communication campaigns on the social networks in order to increase the number of fans of the brand on its local markets (e-marketing, e-mailing, competitions on the social network).

  • Major services group

    In the context of the implementation of a tool for the Steering and Analysis of sales and commercial performance. Provider wanted to use the Qlikview technology in order to provide salespeople and managers with a simple and intuitive tool to analyze indicators and aid decision-making.

  • Major services group

    Study into practices and sales performance in mobile telephony at the points of sale, benchmark on 4 networks and the post offices, qualitative and quantitative study conducted with customers exiting from the point of sale as well as a mystery customer study, analysis and recommendations.