Tag: eCommerce Retailers

Top 5 Ways Augmented Reality and Apple ARKit Will Transform Retail and Logistics


Earlier this month, Apple announced its arrival to the augmented reality (AR) party with the release of Apple ARKit, a new framework for building AR experiences on iOS devices (iPhone and iPad). AR and its sister technology, virtual reality (VR), have been on the horizon for years, but in AR’s inaugural uses, it’s either fallen […]

Top 10 Cities for eCommerce Fulfillment


Winning eCommerce customers means fast, affordable delivery—for both you and your customers. Achieving a lower cost-per-order value means getting your products closer to your customers to shorten the last leg of delivery—ultimately, adding more fulfillment centers to your distribution network. On-demand fulfillment is a way for retailers to add fulfillment centers quickly. You can pop-up […]

Top 5 Things to Know about FLEXE Next-Day Delivery


eCommerce shopping is only 12% of all retail sales, but it continues to be the fastest growing shopping channel. The backbone of any successful eCommerce retailer is its logistics strategy and how quickly and efficiently it can fulfill orders to customers. Why is shipping so important? First, as more sales move online, customers want what […]

Fulfillment, Network Expansion, and the Implications on Inventory Management

We live in a time where customers prefer, expect, and demand immediate fulfillment of their orders. Two decades of growth from Amazon, FedEx, UPS, DHL, and others have given rise to an expansive network of multi-modal shipping options and world class information systems. Now more than ever, the advancements in the shipping industry can level […]

Five Things to Know about Bimodal before Going Bimodal


Yet another buzzword: “Bimodal Supply Chain.” Find out why this one might matter and five ways to embrace it in your supply chain operations. First, What Is “Bimodal”? Gartner defines “bimodal” as “the practice of managing two separate but coherent styles of work: one focused on predictability (Mode 1); the other on exploration (Mode 2).” […]

// from Jordan Furdock at Net-Results