One of the most important key performance indicators to order fulfillment operations in Total order cycle time. Here are 5 ways you can improve your numbers.
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As ecommerce continues to grow in popularity and importance, many order fulfillment operations and businesses are finding it harder and harder to keep their fulfillment costs under control. As the cost to pick, process, pack, and ship each order increases, that package’s inherent value and contribution to profit decreases; clearly, operations need to find ways to reduce these costs if they are going to remain competitive in today’s business landscape.
The order fulfillment industry faces new challenges seemingly everyday. Often, these challenges are inspired by the practices initially adopted by ecommerce giants like Amazon, which customers then begin to expect from other retailers.
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Total Order Cycle Time is an important key performance indicator for order fulfillment. Here’s how it impacts your ability to retain customers.