This is another installment in our continuing series spotlighting speakers at the upcoming 17th National Conference on Operations & Fulfillment (NCOF),
As director of distribution, Ken McKinney is responsible for all distribution, fulfillment, and transportation functions for Philadelphia-based Urban
Consumers are not only getting comfortable with the task of e-tailing, they are happier and more willing to return items purchased online, according to
Online retailers need to view returns as a key component of consumer marketing rather than as an annoying disturbance in the supply chain.
Everyone knows that a positive shopping experience increases the likelihood that a customer will purchase again. Returns processing is a customer contact point and as such can provide you with a competitive edge, so long as you handle it properly. That
Catalogers know that a customer making a return isn’t happy with the product. But if you can quickly and efficiently process the return, you may be able
All catalogers would like to reduce their return rates, but Richmond, VA-based children’s apparel cataloger Children’s Wear Digest tries to head off the likelihood of returns even before shipping the merchandise to customers.
For catalogers, returns are a fact of life. According to Richmond, VA-based operations consultancy F. Curtis Barry & Co., typical return rates range from
Delray Beach, FL-based women’s apparel cataloger Boston Proper two years ago developed a software system to help with its biggest inventory management