Adapting to Modern Omnichannel Retail Challenges - 4 Part Webinar Series
The omnichannel retail market is more complex than ever. E-commerce retailers are tasked with accelerating order fulfillment cycle times, reducing errors, and improving last-mile delivery logistics. Brick-and-mortar retailers must balance significant increases in click-and-collect order fulfillment with day-to-day operational challenges — all while ensuring efficient use of labor and protecting profit margins. Surviving in this competitive environment requires new strategies designed specifically for modern omnichannel challenges. That’s why we launched a four-part On The Move webinar series.
Applying DC Science to the Art of Retail with Voice
Recent events have significantly changed consumer shopping behaviors, and many will continue to prefer e-fulfillment options over in-store visits. To meet this emerging demand and establish ongoing customer loyalty, brick-and-mortar retailers need to employ proven distribution center (DC) fulfillment strategies. Learn how voice technology can address e-fulfillment challenges and streamline multiple in-store workflows.
Micro-Fulfillment Strategies for The Future of Omnichannel Retail
High-density, small-footprint, micro-fulfillment center (MFC) automation has emerged where retailers need it most: with direct-to-consumer delivery or in-store pickup. Learn how MFCs combine the latest technological advancements to help retailers shorten fulfillment cycle times and reduce the distance between themselves and their customers.
Building Business Continuity Plans to Maintain Operations
Effective lifecycle management strategies are even more critical in unforgiving e-retail business models. Learn the importance of business continuity plans and how they can help ensure the operation of essential functions during any kind of disruption.
Smart Warehouse Software: A Solution to Every Situation
Modern warehouse execution systems (WES) are engineered to provide robust solutions to emerging challenges. Learn how a WES can be applied across a spectrum of fulfillment scenarios to help you balance workflows, prioritize orders, and increase throughput — all while reducing cost.