One essential element to good project management is to have critical sign-offs on key deliverables as the order management system project progresses. Learn about examples of this that can help your order management system implementation.
This is the first in a series of articles by Curt Barry, detailing everything you need to know about successfully implementing an order management system.
Reverse logistics is a crucial and growing part of the supply chain process, but many companies fail to measure their returns process with the same rigor they use for outbound distribution.
This isn’t a new law. The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, or FACTA, was passed by Congress in 2003 in an effort to combat identity theft. It
10 major mistakes we see companies make in selecting order management systems
We all know the drill. An order comes in, and the picker has to wade through sheets of labels to know what to pick. It takes time, and he also has to report that it’s complete. But there’s another way. The worker gets the order through a headset. When he’s finished, he says
One of the most telling examples of how far e-commerce has evolved in the past decade happened this summer at the eTail 2007 conference in Washington.
Question: We have been investigating replacing our order management system, and we have had vendors in to demonstrate their systems. While we have spent a lot of time, we don
Customer service and customer satisfaction are not one and the same: The former is the perception of the provider, and the latter is the perception of
The director of Ventnor, NJ-based consultancy Marketing Systems Analysis, Ernie Schell takes a quarterly look around the changing software landscape for MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT/OPERATIONS + FULFILLMENT.