Category: Blog

4 Ways to Improve Inventory Management and Delivery (Webinar)

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Your delivery promise can make or break a sale. For example, 99 percent of U.S. consumers say fast delivery is important to them when making online purchases. Amazon has raised the bar. But, not every retailer can match what Amazon has built. Nor should they. As an online retailer, there are other ways to attract […]

Takeaways from 2018 Prime Day

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Prime Day 2018 was historic. That is, until next year, when it will be even bigger. Prime Day shoppers spent an estimated $4.2 billion during the sale—spanning across more than 100 million products. To compare, across all U.S. retailers, Americans spent $7.9 billion on Black Friday and $6.6 billion on Cyber Monday in 2017. Amazon […]

A Thing of Beauty: Scalable, Flexible eCommerce Fulfillment

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The world of cosmetics is a personal one. Whether it’s a staple item, or something new a shopper wants to try, having it available as quickly as possible is a must. When eCommerce is the sole selling channel, ease of ordering, price, and cost of shipping are as paramount as the quality of products being […]

Your Brand Deserves Modern Logistics, Don’t You Think?

Logistics has never played a bigger role in retail than it does now. That isn’t hyperbole, just fact. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Amazon? Fast, free shipping? If we need something quickly, we go to Amazon. Can you think of any other retailer whose brand association is its […]

Every Retailer Is a Tech Company Now

Every retailer is a tech company now and here’s why. The advent of the internet and software has made it possible to capture and measure more data than ever before. Amazon, Walmart, and Google are a few that have spearheaded eCommerce, and have used software and technology to fundamentally change retail and the logistics that […]

How the Internet Is Changing Everything for CPGs

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Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies have built their empires on their brand identities. But as more contenders join the fray, some new entrants are leading with a different foot forward … no brand at all. We all know them. Consumer Packaged Goods (CPGs) products. They are the items you see at the grocery store—laundry detergent, […]

2018 D3: Future-Proof Your Warehouse Strategy

Last month, we attended the 2018 D3 Retail Summit in Brooklyn, put together by eyefortransport (EFT). It was a packed couple of days with a lot of great speakers brought together for a common interest: how to solve the retail supply chain challenge. New technologies, changing buying behaviors, and market saturation have put retail to […]

3 Things to Consider When Weighing Your (Delivery) Options

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The logistics that support a compelling delivery promise require a lot of work behind the scenes, but consumer demands for better delivery options make a strong fulfillment strategy critical for growing your business. We all know how we got here. Amazon spent decades building an incomparable eCommerce logistics infrastructure that makes high-volume, free, two-day delivery […]

You Can’t Sell on Amazon if Your Products Are Out of Stock

Amazon is driven by the goal of being the most customer-centric organization on the planet. To achieve this, they offer thousands of goods to be delivered within a two-day window—and, their delivery promise is reliable. However, they did not implement a world-class supply chain strategy overnight. According to Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, they have […]

Supply Chain Is the Heart of Businesses 

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It’s official—the supply chain is now anything but a business niche. These days, businesses are bringing fully modernized supply chains to the game, introducing processes that are as streamlined and integrated as every other strategic asset. The Business of Today Back in the day, larger companies’ supply chains were slow, clunky, and predicable processes. Today […]

// from Jordan Furdock at Net-Results