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MarketingApr 01, 2006 10:30 PM By John Fischer
Keith Kaczanowski, the vice president of supply chain management for Brady Corp., took on an added job responsibility last year. He led a team of about
MarketingApr 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Curt Barry
You’re the CIO of a multichannel company and responsible for the following: a retail merchandising and planning system that runs on IBM’s iSeries processor
MarketingApr 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Mark Del Franco
For direct merchants, there’s no escaping shipping and handling charges. You have to pay the shipper to deliver the goods to your customers, and generally
MarketingApr 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Ken Magill
What should you be measuring in your e-mail acquisition and retention campaigns? Click rates? Open rates? Revenue per e-mail? E-mail metrics have been
MarketingApr 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Herschell Gordon Lewis
The cover of a catalog says, with ruthless competitive truth: Whatever it is, you can get it on eBay. Oh, eBay has a catalog? You bet it does, and it’s
MarketingMar 29, 2006 10:45 PM By MCM staff
Determining how a company is going to transport product through the supply chain from the source to the customer is a complex challenge. It is more crucial than in the past, due to global sourcing and the multichannel nature of business. A multichannel merchant not only has to track inbound goods from offshore and domestic vendor, but it also has to handle outbound small-package delivery, often using zone skipping and vendor drop-shipping; replenish stores; cross-dock store receipts and in the warehouse to fill catalog and Web backorders; transport, consolidate, and process returns regardless of the channel where the customer purchased the product; and provide warehouse-to-warehouse transfers, inter-store transfers, and retail sends directly to the customer and receipt of goods at the warehouse closest to the vendor.
MarketingMar 28, 2006 12:46 AM By MCM staff
No one can argue with the need to keep a firm grip on costs, but indiscriminately moving customer traffic to a company’s Website or haphazardly outsourcing contact centers can make them less rather than more effective. The key is to develop a customer service strategy that successfully balances costs, revenue, and quality.
MarketingMar 26, 2006 10:34 PM By Kelly Hlavinka
As a high-maintenance catalog shopper, I can be a customer service nightmare
MarketingMar 26, 2006 9:48 PM By Jim Coogan
Cooperative database models are becoming an ever-increasing share of catalogers
MarketingMar 23, 2006 3:52 AM By Les Gore
How do you go about finding great people to hire? Maybe you know some, maybe you can get referrals. But these go only so far.