Understanding there is no “I” in customer is key to successful strategies for assortment, price, and the channel.
Take a look at some of the leading companies helping retailers with fulfillment and order management in today’s rapidly changing consumer environment.
The need to arm associates with mobile devices is well-defined. The applications, hardware, and networks are market-ready. Now we face the biggest challenge: the systemic and operational change necessary to make it all work.
Outsourcing electronic data interchange (EDI) enabled specialty retailer Retail Concepts to reduce shipment receipt activity from hours to minutes and minimize vendor chargebacks.
Camping World realized more than $1 million in labor savings and drove double-digit sales gains through tight integration of its POS and retail systems.
The retail supply chain has gone global, and now it is going mobile with new technologies to benefit the supply chain from end-to-end.
Back end retail systems often struggle to keep pace with front office and consumer demands. That’s playing out right now in the cross-channel retail supply chain.
Capitalize on new technologies and shift the burden of tagging to the source to increase sales.
The key to retail growth is doing more with less. This can partly be accomplished by operating one supply chain that services all of the sales channels.
Mobility has already made its way from the consumer to the in-store associate. Now it is making its way into the hands of the DC/warehouse associate.