February 1, 2001




Extra, Extra: Catalogs in Newspapers

When you pick up your Sunday newspaper, don’t be so quick to discount the coupon fliers and sales circulars: There may be a real catalog tucked in there. Toys `R’ Us, for one, has been inserting its holiday catalog into …

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February 1, 2001




When Dinosaurs Fly

Move over, Jurassic Park. Brick-and-mortar retailers have not only survived the mass extinction of dot-coms but evolved into a new, hybrid species of merchant
It wasn’t long ago that analysts warned that traditional brick-and-mortar retailers would soon go the way …

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In Channel Integration, Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013

January 1, 2001




Apples to Oranges

Should you make or buy a WMS?
In-house and packaged systems can seem like two completely different species, but you can avoid making fruit salad out of this important decision by concentrating on the issues most critical to your operation

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In Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013, Pack

November 1, 2000




Smith-Gardner

Smith-Gardner is the developer of WebOrder[TM] and MACS[R], the leading enterprise software systems for direct commerce. Clients include companies who process 50 to 300,000 orders per day and sell via catalogs, direct mail, space/broadcast ads and the internet. Please …

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

November 1, 2000




CommercialWare, Inc.

As a leader in order management and fulfillment software, CommercialWare[R] is redefining the direct-to-consumer market by delivering powerful solutions with its flagship product, Mozart[R]. Mozart’s software platform enables the seamless integration and management of customer information across multiple …

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November 1, 2000




To tax or not to tax

Key bills: who sponsored what Despite a flurry of behind-the-scenes lobbying concerning the moratorium on taxes from sales placed over the Internet, it’s not likely that legislation will pass to alter the moratorium before its scheduled expiration in October 2001 – …

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In Lists & Data - Buisness

November 1, 2000




Weighing the heavyweights

Who’s better for catalogers: Bush or Gore? It’s that time again – time to hit the voting booths, pull the lever, and (hopefully) elect the officials who will benefit you most. This year is particularly noteworthy. Not only is there …

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November 1, 2000




New House rules?

As is the case every other year, all 435 House seats are up for reelection. The good news is that the more cataloger-friendly representatives are, in the words of Roll Call, the independent newspaper that covers Capitol Hill, “safe” bets to …

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September 1, 2000




OPERATIONS

Lessons from last Avoiding online fulfillment snafus this holiday season As the 20th-century philosopher George Santayana said, those who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them. And with the holiday shopping season about …

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September 1, 2000




Catalog Copy

Clarity triumphs… as well it should The tumult and shouting have died. The Gold Award winners have their award plaques. Some Annual Catalog Award winners know very well why they won, while others figure, “I guess ours was better than …

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