5 Tips for Launching an Ecommerce Platform for your Brand

| Jarod Jones

These days, it’s easier than ever to enter the ecommerce market. DIY platforms and services that help brands sell online abound. The range of digital marketplaces keeps expanding; the barrier to entry keeps shrinking. Whether your brand is B2B or D2C, established or emerging, it’s an exciting time for businesses looking to expand their online sales. Here is how to launch an ecommerce platform for your brand.

Practical Machine Learning: How Data Can Optimize Inventory Forecasting

| Rod Daugherty

While the terms “machine learning” and “artificial intelligence” are often used interchangeably, the main takeaway is that these advanced technologies offer better ways to solve complex planning problems. More organizations are recognizing their benefits to improve inventory forecasting accuracy and optimize stock replenishment.

6 Reasons to Outsource Subscription Box Fulfillment

| Nicole Lee

While the prospect of increased sales volume is welcome, a barrage of incoming orders can overwhelm up-and-coming subscription box companies, or even established retail or ecommerce companies new to the game. How do you know when you need outside fulfillment help? Here are 6 signs that it’s time to engage a 3PL partner.

Securing the Entire Digital Payment Lifecycle

| Robert Block

Gone are the days when buyers relied exclusively on cash, checks and credit cards to conduct financial transactions. Today, digital transformation and next-gen technology are dramatically transforming payment methods, processes and systems.

11 Ways Barcode Can Improve Your Ecommerce Fulfillment Operations

| Brian Barry

Shipping and manifesting systems have used barcodes for a long time, but not to their full potential. In recent years adoption is increasing as businesses find they can dramatically increase control of their fulfillment center operations. Here are 11 ways barcode can provide greater operational efficiency, cost savings and a good ROI.

The Empowered Consumer: Navigating the New B2B2C Digital Landscape

| Jeff Coon

As the world of commerce becomes increasingly omnichannel, the boundaries that once clearly separated ecommerce markets have begun to fade away. Whereas a brand might have traditionally kept business-to-business (B2B) sales and business-to-consumer (B2C) sales in siloes, today’s connected commerce experiences have created a new selling environment: B2B2C.