With customer experience and engagement in the spotlight, retail stores realize the growing need to engage customers and improve their experience, service and satisfaction levels. Find out how RFID technology can enable smart, real-time recommendations in store, improving engagement and increasing sales.
Brands are competing for dollars with big-box retailers like Staples, Office Depot, Walmart and Target as well as computer and apparel companies. With so much at stake, how can you influence back-to-school shoppers? Here is what brands need to know to get more attention and an increased share of purse.
The “Amazon Effect” notwithstanding, there is one area of ecommerce where online sellers can still compete with, maybe even beat, Amazon and others: Oversized delivery. Learn what steps you can take to exceed customer expectations in the last mile and become a leader in bulky, oversized fulfillment.
Your planning for this year’s peak holiday season is well underway. One area that often gets less attention is ecommerce returns processing. If it’s inefficient it will hurt both profitability and the customer experience. Here are 12 ways to get your returns operations ready for the upcoming peak period in November and December.
On Aug. 30, amendments to California’s Prop 65 will require specific identification in all labeling and product descriptions – print and online – when items contain known carcinogens or can be toxic to reproductive health. Find out what these changes mean and how they will impact you if you sell to customers in California.
“Dock-to-stock” is the battle cry of every receiving department, because every one of them faces the same pressure to meet daily service levels. A best practice for ecommerce companies is clearing the dock and staging areas in the same shift. Here are 11 ways you can improve your dock-to-stock performance.