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Differences between Omnichannel & Omnichannel 2.0

Unlike the original definition of Omnichannel, Omnichannel 2.0 is about bringing the entire enterprise together, not just enabling support within legacy systems for an omnichannel approach, retailers and supply chain leaders must increase proficiency across all channels, engaging with consumers and personalizing the shopping experience.

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Unlike the original definition of Omnichannel, Omnichannel 2.0 is about bringing the entire enterprise together, not just enabling support within legacy systems for an omnichannel approach, retailers and supply chain leaders must increase proficiency across all channels, engaging with consumers and personalizing the shopping experience.

Today, Faes Group cites shipping operations as a key ingredient to their successful omnichannel distribution strategy.

This white paper describes how, from retailers to manufacturers, as well as every business involved in sales in between, the omnichannel supply chain is a goal to achieve.

The winners in retail will be the ones who adopt an omnichannel strategy, and omnichannel sellers need to create an emotional connection both online and off.

How a multi-node network, paired with powerful technology, can help tackle the biggest transportation, e-commerce, and omni-channel challenges that shippers are facing in the current market.

Managing omni-channel order fulfillment, while establishing a more efficient distribution and transportation network strategy.

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.

This white paper is a must read for those who are looking to go omnichannel with their supply chain and want to understand that a major part of that strategy is in the ecommerce channel.

Omni-channel logistics is all about providing consumers with a seamless shopping experience and is only attainable when businesses leverage their ecommerce capabilities with running both a brick-and-mortar storefront and distribution center network.

The material handling industry is in the middle of a historic digital transformation from manual to automated processes in distribution center (DC) and fulfillment operations.

The key to meeting and exceeding inventory efficiency across multiple channels is to improve your company’s omni-channel fulfillment performance, starting with inventory visibility.

To address e-commerce and omni-channel challenges, many retailers are turning to automation, software and mobile computing solutions to find balance in their distribution channels.

More companies are actively investing in an omnichannel retail strategy by realigning business goals and processes with the need to provide a seamless customer experience.

This white paper is a must read for those shippers of larger freight and surface freight who are wanting to open channels, such as direct to consumer by using e-commerce, beyond traditional ones.

The days of an ecommerce-dedicated warehouse are over, and warehouse managers must understand the necessity of new systems and processes to create omnichannel warehouses.