Four Advantages of Brick and Mortar Retail

When brick and mortar stores harness the above advantages they do well even in the current difficult retail climate. That’s why companies like Best Buy, Walmart, and Target have been able to not just hold their own but thrive in spite of ecommerce eating up more of the retail landscape. Such stores provide a slew of conveniences and advantages that ecommerce can only dream of.

Warp Speed Retail: Tech Solutions Consumers Want

Consumers are embracing the expanding role technology plays in the buying process – and they expect tech to be part of solutions for their biggest issues with that process, as well. Real-time, accurate data will be the foundation of modernizing these areas of concern.

A Solution for Distributed Order Management

If you’re like a lot of our retail partners you hate being unable to fulfill an order due to limited cross-channel inventory visibility. You also find it frustrating that different channels can’t access the same assortments, leading to higher opportunity and shipping costs. And though you wish there was a way to offer faster shipping, your legacy solutions are unable to efficiently route orders to inventory locations closer to customers.

If you’re doing drop ship you can also do SFS (and vice versa). Here’s why.

A lot of retailers focus their energies on either store-based fulfillment or drop ship for increasing online inventory assortment. At first glance this makes sense. Companies only have so much money to invest in their supply chain and they need to choose fulfillment strategies that work best for their business goals.

Unit-level tracking isn’t a luxury. It’s a necessity.

Around the world, companies hold onto stock they know nothing about, or worse, promise products to customers they don’t have. Typically, retailers and brands operate on data that is only 65% accurate, wasting $1.5 trillion of revenue opportunities.