Newsletter | January 16, 2019

01.16.19 -- 4 Ways An Integrator Can Make Business Automation Better

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The Future Of Retail Requires Transformation
Article | By Brian Brunk, BRP

Retail is rapidly being redefined. With the swift pace of disruption occurring right now, winning retailers are looking to outpace the competition and adopt strategies that position them for success as customer expectations and technology continue to evolve. The following key trends are shaping future strategies and tactics to survive, adapt, and win.

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How To Create An Environment Of Success For Millennial Hourly Workers
Guest Column | By Atif Siddiqi, Branch Messenger

Today’s young crop of workers are tech-savvy, resilient, and emboldened by progressive viewpoints on corporate brands and philosophies. Just as important, if not more important, is working for a company that aligns with a millennial’s values.

How Hibbett Sports Transformed Into A Giant Online
Case Study | Radial

Hibbett began planning its first ever online shop, but quickly realized it lacked critical expertise. To manage its transformation into an online giant, Hibbett sought guidance and expertise to make its technological and operational evolution a success.

4 Ways An Integrator Can Make Business Automation Better
Article | OPEX Corporation

If you’re looking to take those next steps and invest in ERP, bar coding, and other automation equipment, it can be a daunting task to take on yourself. To simplify the process and save time and money in the long run, working with a warehouse systems integrator is a smart way to go.

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Transportation Firms Take A Different Approach To Alleviate Truck Order Backlog
Guest Column | By Brian Holland, Fleet Advantage

Truck procurement has been a major challenge for many private fleets and for-hire carriers this year. This challenge has been emphasized by the backlog of orders for Class-8 heavy-duty trucks, largely stemming from an American economy that has been healthy and resilient ever since the Great Recession ended in 2010 and a dilapidated industry philosophy toward truck procurement, which is now changing.


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