How to Exceed Customer Delivery Expectations Through Order Fulfillment

“Consumer centricity is increasingly necessary for retailers and brands to maintain loyalty within highly saturated markets. Launching technology that not only delivers shipments in an expedited and efficient manner while subsequently optimizing current inventory levels will improve margins.” - WWD 

According to the NRF, Father’s Day spending for 2018 is expected to reach $15.3 billion dollars and more than one third of all shoppers are expected to buy something online.

I’m definitely one of those shoppers this year.

As I narrow down the search for my dad’s gift, shipping cost and delivery speed are by far one of the top deciding factors. 

While, admittedly, waiting the week before Father’s Day could have something to do with this (guilty), the data behind online delivery expectations say otherwise:

This “Amazon Effect” (so it’s been dubbed) is bringing the heat to retailers big and small, and urging many to discover ways to focus their current supply chain around the customer. 

Especially when it comes to the “last mile” as many traditional brick-and-mortar retailers realize one of the best ways to implement a “customer centric” approach is to capitalize on proximity – i.e., their physical stores.   

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Topics: localization, fulfillment optimization, cross-channel demand, advanced analytics, customer preference, order fulfillment

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