While retailers tested RFID technology in the supply chain over a decade ago, the landscape is much different now. It enables visibility and efficiency in supply chain operations. Here are 5 ways RFID technology is making a difference in omnichannel fulfillment.
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Free Live Webinar – Join this webinar with Dick’s Sporting Goods and Radial to learn the foundational capabilities needed to execute omnichannel profitably.
Success today is ultimately measured by the customer experience. Can your company ensure a painless, satisfying experience for customers regardless of where and how they interact with your brand? Here is what retailers need to know before transforming their supply chain for omnichannel fulfillment.
China is a hot market for U.S. ecommerce sellers, with nearly 1.4 billion consumers who are tech-savvy, increasingly affluent and ravenous for American products. Taking a cross-border approach to the market reduces the risk and cost. Here are 5 tips to help you create ecommerce success in China.
Mobile has evolved significantly throughout the years, and shoppers today are using their smartphones for nearly everything they do. Are you catering to your mobile customer and is mobile part of your omnichannel strategy? Here are several ways marketers can sell to the mobile consumer.
Unified commerce, unlike omnichannel, provides retailers with global reach in any market; a single version of the truth for scenarios like sourcing and returns; and control over hidden costs like shipping enablement that have crippled margins and ceded far too much ground to the likes of Amazon. See how unified commerce delivers on the promise of omnichannel.
Join this webinar to learn key success factors to help you not only consistently deliver the perfect order, but also navigate the inevitable speed bumps on the road to omnichannel fulfillment nirvana.
In this special report from Multichannel Merchant, you will learn how retailers are moving toward a strategy that involves multiple selling touchpoints for consumers to interact with and the technology solutions available that can leverage existing hardware and software and improve overall fulfillment systems performance.
I’ve been discussing the topic of customer experience (CX) with quite a few companies over the last several months, and have been repeatedly drawn into the omnichannel versus multichannel debate.
Intelligent omnichannel order allocation allows you to make smarter order fulfillment decisions. With real-time inventory visibility across warehouses, stores and 3PLs, you can dynamically set up and apply business rules to automate processes, reduce costs, speed delivery or combine a number of factors to profitably meet customer expectations.