Ecommerce has changed the world of retail. Here is a collection of statistics about ecommerce order fulfillment to put this monumental shift into perspective.
Tagged: Order Fulfillment Strategies
FedEx recently expanded their US operations to deliver packages 6-days/week. Many order fulfillment operations and retailers are wondering if they should make a similar change.
Retailers looking for a leg up in ecommerce might be able to benefit by using their brick-and-mortar stores as distribution centers. Learn more about the strategies available to you, as well as key concerns to watch out for when pursuing such a strategy.
Omni-channel order fulfillment brings a lot of benefits for retailers, but it also brings with it a lot of challenges. Here, we discuss some of the most important challenges that retailers should consider before pursuing an omni-channel fulfillment strategy.
Implementing a buy online, pick up in-store order fulfillment strategy can help traditional retailers compete in the word of ecommerce. Here, we discuss the major benefits that BOPS can bring to omni-channel retailers.
Should retailers use their brick and mortar stores as distribution nodes to fulfill ecommerce orders? As a part of an omni-channel fulfillment strategy, it may make a lot of sense. Here, we discuss the pros and cons of fulfilling orders from physical store locations.
Ecommerce and shopping apps have created a dramatic shift in the world of order fulfillment, as fewer and fewer retailers are finding it viable to rely solely on their physical, brick-and-mortar stores to drive...
The two keys to running a successful business have always been: Deliver a quality product, and take good care of your customer. When it comes to the latter—taking care of your customer—an omni-channel retail...
Thanks to the ever-increasing reach of e-commerce in today’s world, shoppers and consumers now more than ever expect an omni-channel buying experience that seamlessly integrates brick-and-mortar shopping with the web-based, app-based, and social-based channels....
In order for an omni-channel retail strategy to be successful, operations need to focus on three key areas of improvement: Demand planning and inventory optimization, customer returns proficiency, and customer-driven focus. Here’s everything that you need to keep in mind.