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ReturnsNov 27, 2012 12:16 AM By Erin Lynch
This was the easiest shopping experience I have ever had on a mobile device. It took all of about five minutes from the moment I clicked on the email promotion to getting an order confirmation in my inbox. The only downside was attempting to type in my credit card information in the small fields.
ReturnsAug 08, 2012 4:51 PM By Jane Bergos
While most pre-holiday planning involves striking the perfect balance among inventory, increased traffic in-store and online, and competitive promotions, a few easy steps in advance of the holiday madness can help ensure post-holiday preparedness as well. Evaluate your returns process from both within and outside the organization. Examine the customer experience to identify possible pain points. Process refunds and store credits as quickly as possible.
ReturnsOct 26, 2011 12:31 AM By MCM staff
The returns process can have a tremendous impact on the overall customer experience in retail that can lead to repeat business when done properly. Making it easier and less expensive for customers to return products allows companies to build loyalty and gain a key advantage over competitors. Here are three quick tips that can be implemented now to help retailers create a streamlined and convenient returns process.
ReturnsSep 12, 2009 2:11 AM By Jim Tierney
FedEx SmartPost Returns Service uses the Postal Service’s Parcel Return Service. Participating retailers will include a prepaid label in the original shipment along with return instructions.
ReturnsDec 12, 2007 8:14 PM By MCM staff
It will surprise no one that customers prefer to shop at merchants that make it easy to return goods. But a recent survey from returns management systems provider Newgistics backs this up.
ReturnsOct 24, 2007 9:10 PM By MCM staff
Nobody likes returns, but U.K. online retailers seem to be making it hard to return unwanted goods, according to a study by U.K.-based e-commerce solutions provider Snow Valley. 26% of the retailers assessed in the report enclosed no returns …
ReturnsOct 10, 2007 9:25 PM By MCM staff
Whether a returned item was the wrong size or was defective, you need a set of procedures for handling the product once it arrives in your warehouse. Fulfillment pro Curt Barry has a simple 10-step reverse logistics strategy. These tips can help you refurbish returns and get them back on the shelf for sale.
ReturnsJun 01, 2007 9:30 PM By Sherry Chiger
More than 75% of all returned products are not defective, according to Gailen Vick, founder/president of the Reverse Logistics Association. Instead the primary cause of returns is
ReturnsMay 01, 2007 8:54 PM By Sherry Chiger
ReturnsApr 18, 2007 7:38 PM By Linda Shea
Based on Opinion Research Corp.