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The Future of Fulfillment Vision Study

Zebra Technologies commissioned a global research study to gain a richer understanding of how manufacturers, retailers, and logistics firms are preparing to meet the growing needs of the on-demand economy, the surveys were designed to reveal plans, implementation levels, experiences and attitudes toward omnichannel logistics. By Zebra Technologies

April 9, 2018

The Next-Generation Supply Chain is More Flexible and Digital

Major disruptive forces of online shopping and increasing consumer connectivity have combined to establish a new on-demand retail economy that is blurring the lines among manufacturers, transportation and logistics (T&L) firms and retailers.

Many of these companies are reaching across previously existing industry lines to fulfill orders collaboratively and efficiently - or moving in that direction.

With 41% of consumers using two or more channels during the purchase process, achieving flawless fulfillment has become more of a challenge than ever.

To keep up with omnichannel demands, supply chain roles are blurring and encouraging collaboration, and manual processes are phasing out.

How will this impact the future of logistics?

Access Reinventing the Supply Chain: The Future of Fulfillment Vision Study to find out how manufacturers, retailers, and logistics firms are preparing to meet new customer expectations, and what the future holds for omnichannel fulfillment, including:

  • The rising impact of e-commerce on fulfillment expectations
  • Why 89% agree e-commerce is driving the need for faster delivery
  • How shopper fluidity is driving greater industry collaboration
  • The big factor 61% of respondents say is disrupting the supply chain

The Future of Fulfillment Vision Study: Top Trends

The Future of Fulfillment Vision Study: Top Trends


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