One shoe company with worldwide sourcing and product development offices was in the process of diversifying its mainly Chinese sourcing base to other Asian countries and realized its disparate parties lacked pure visibility across multiple systems, time zones, and languages. Read on to see how the company overcame the challenges of not being able to digitize data at all levels of the supply chain.
Amazon's customers expect more selection and choice coupled with compelling value, and they're always going to want things faster than they did yesterday. These are the fundamentals that force Alexis DePree, VP global supply chain, customer fulfillment at Amazon, to evaluate her team's performance to determine what can be done differently and better for the customer. Here, DePree explains how her leadership style helps her team operate the e-commerce giant's complex logistics empire.
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Retailers not only need a strategy, but a means to continually evaluate, test, and refine their omni-channel experience across all channels. Here are the five key areas in which they can improve the omni-channel experience.
Home Delivery World covers the entire delivery cycle from warehousing to the customer's doorstep.
In 2019, 2,500+ retailers, grocers, distributors, supply chain experts, and solutions providers will gather in Philadelphia to discover the latest innovations in last mile delivery.