Building an Omnichannel Supply Chain for Brands

Building an Omnichannel Supply Chain for Brands

Consumers today are spoiled for choice. No matter where they live, they have at their fingertips a vast assortment of products, delivery options, and a never-ending parade of exclusive products and special offers.

Continue reading “Building an Omnichannel Supply Chain for Brands”

6 Trends Shaping Omnichannel Supply Chain

6 Trends Shaping Omnichannel Supply Chain

Omnichannel retail sales have consistently doubled every 4-5 years since 2001 and is expected to become a $1.8 trillion dollar market by 2016 and hit $7 trillion by 2025. Part of the growth is driven by consumers taking their shopping online. However this is just one side of the equation.

The other enabler is the continued increase in supply chain innovation as companies seek to make more products available with faster and more flexible delivery options at lower cost.

Continue reading “6 Trends Shaping Omnichannel Supply Chain”

Brands are Becoming Retailers

Brands are Becoming Retailers

The traditional value chain boundaries separating manufacturers and retailers are starting to blur under a digital, omnichannel setting. Brands are becoming retailers and increasingly playing an active role  in the consumer Research – Shop – Buy cycle

Continue reading “Brands are Becoming Retailers”

The Future Model for Big Box Last Mile Delivery

The Future Model for Big Box Last Mile Delivery

Last mile home delivery is a key driver shaping the growth of the US online sales. While efficient and innovative delivery models abound for parcel products, large format product categories such as white goods, furniture and large electronics remain stuck in an ineffective and inefficient supply chain model, preventing their full potential growth.

Continue reading “The Future Model for Big Box Last Mile Delivery”