July 19, 2001




iGo Faces Delisting; Requests Hearing

Reno, NV—Looks like more bad news for wireless products marketer iGo Corp. On July 17—the same day iGo (Nasdaq: IGOC) announced a 27% staff reduction—the marketer received notification from Nasdaq that its stock was subject to delisting for failing …

More...

In News

October 1, 2000




fenvessy on personnel

Productivity Improvement and Cost Reduction The overall goals of the executive in charge of fulfillment should be three-fold:
- provide fast order turnaround;
- perform it competently and accurately; and
- produce the results economically.
This final chapter brings into …

More...

In Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013, Shipping/Delivery

July 1, 2001




Eye on B-to-B: A Bid for Ancillary Sales

PC Connection has had success auctioning printers and desktop computers online.
A third-party auction Website can expose a cataloger to a new audience of prospects
Here’s a sign that online business-to-business auctions are coming of age: Web auction giant eBay …

More...

In News

July 1, 2001




NEW LISTS

DOMESTIC TRAVELER DATABASE
The Domestic Traveler Database has names and home addresses of more than 1 million people who love to travel on a regular basis. These consumers have filled out a survey expressing their interest in travel and in receiving …

More...

In News

July 1, 2001




Annual Catalog Awards and I.Merchant Awards

The 16th Annual Catalog Awards and the Second Annual I.Merchant Awards were distributed on June 6 at the Annual Catalog Conference in Boston. Profiles of the winners will appear in the September issue. In the meantime, below is a complete …

More...

In Uncategorized

September 1, 2000




LEAP, CLICK, SHIP

In his popular book The Fifth Discipline, business management guru Peter Senge describes what he calls the “Parable of the Boiled Frog.” If you drop a frog in boiling water, it will try to leap out. If, instead, you place …

More...

In Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013, Ship

September 1, 2000




Deluxe assortment

How does the expansion of Internet-based sales alter the picture of payment processing?
It’s a money-colored thing Remember when you were a kid and you needed only the smallest box of crayons to fill in simple line drawings at school? …

More...

In CRM, Inventory

June 7, 2001




ACA Winners

The winners of CATALOG AGE’s 16th Annual Catalog Awards and 2nd Annual I.Merchant Awards were announced on June 6 at a special luncheon presentation in Boston. The big winners this year were food mailer Harry and David, travel cataloger Backroads, …

More...

In International

May 18, 2001




Lands’ End on the Block?

Dodgeville, WI—Rumors are swirling that $1.51 billion apparel cataloger Lands’ End may be up for sale. A report in the May 28 issue of “BusinessWeek” magazine quotes an unnamed source as saying that founder/chairman Gary Comer, who controls 55% of the …

More...

In News

August 1, 2000




Mailers: USPS overstates contingency needs

How much of a contingency budget is too much? That question was at the heart of recent testimony in the current postal rate case.
In testimony filed in June, cosponsored by nine industry associations and four large mailers, postal consultant …

More...

In News

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 150
  4. 151
  5. 152
  6. 153
  7. 154
  8. 155
  9. 156
  10. ...
  11. 170