Whether they’re shopping from a smartphone, PC, an in-store kiosk or a catalog, today’s consumers expect a seamless experience across channels and devices. The delivery of that optimal omnichannel customer experience requires a robust order management system (OMS). Here are four questions to think about when deciding whether outsourcing your order management system makes sense for your business.
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Studies show that more than 50% of all ERP and OMS systems are not installed on time and within budget. A significant number of companies spend 8 to 12 months after go live adapting to the new system. What are some of the mistakes that lead to poor ERP or OMS implementations? Here are 9 mistakes to avoid in order to increase your chances of success.
Intelligent omnichannel order allocation allows you to make smarter order fulfillment decisions. With real-time inventory visibility across warehouses, stores and 3PLs, you can dynamically set up and apply business rules to automate processes, reduce costs, speed delivery or combine a number of factors to profitably meet customer expectations.
Without accurate, timely and complete inventory visibility, efficiently managing your ecosystem to serve your business and your customers is impossible. See how a centralized inventory and order management system provides a single version of the truth, increasing efficiency, improving the overall customer experience and driving loyalty.
There are 5 essential practices for the digital economy that can help merchants ensure a successful ecommerce distribution center operation. These operating principles in fulfillment, operations and labor management will help mitigate the risks created by expanding ecommerce and omnichannel business.
An ERP system file conversion “don’t get no respect,” as Rodney Dangerfield would say. Everyone knows they need to write programs and convert files. However, it’s not uncommon to leave off detailed discussion of which files and tables to convert, what data fields and how much data (this year’s only or how many years’ history) until the implementation. So to help, here are 13 steps to help you navigate the often tedious but critical process.