What is Drop Shipping? Dropshipping is a fulfillment method where the seller of a product relies on another business to stock and fulfill the order.
A container ship gets stuck in a canal. A global pandemic shuts down “unessential” manufacturing facilities. A hurricane floods a high-volume distribution center. Distribution and manufacturing emergencies are unavoidable.
Following a record-setting holiday sales (and returns!) season, we tapped our friends at Happy Returns to get their POV on how in-person return drop-off options increases customer satisfaction and decreases waste and lost costs.
Covering Commerce: A Webcast for Retailers (Ep 2) In this episode we sit down with Alexandra Wood (LiveArea), Craig Dooley (Deck Commerce), and Colin Madden (Feedonomics) to discuss what trends stood out from last year, and what's...
In the quest for an effective order management solution, one of the most common questions retailers ask is “should I use my storefront for order management?”. Their storefront is already in place, so it logically makes sense for them to...
The term order management has become more commonplace for retailers. With the acceleration of direct-to-consumer, many brands are looking for order management options and perhaps consider using their enterprise resource planner (ERP).
Your very own internal beast, a custom order management system, is ALIVE. …but is it causing more harm than good?
Employees entering the workforce are increasingly choosing growing technology or software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies over larger Fortune 500 companies. Why? Because good things can come in smaller-than-corporate packages.
While buy online pick up in store (BOPIS) and its close relative, curbside pickup, are ideal fulfillment channels during a time when some consumers would like to minimize time inside— launching the service requires some serious thought.
You’re charged with keeping your company’s digital transformation project on track, be it a rapid response game plan to weather COVID-19 or a long-term strategic evolution.
Zoom meeting after Zoom meeting becomes draining. We get it. Virtual meeting fatigue is already setting in for many of us during this “indefinite” work-from-home COVID-19 situation.
Software is an integral part of any business— studies have shown most employees use between 8 to 17 SaaS applications during the work day, with a significant increase with the size of the business.
When employees start utilizing new business software, it's imperative that the platform be intuitive, easy-to-use, and streamlined for the most efficient workflows (even the complex ones).