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9 Omni-Channel Logistics Challenges Facing Your Supply Chain

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.

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

General Electric Co. has named board member Larry Culp to take over for Chief Executive Officer John Flannery as the company reports that it would miss its 2018 profit forecast.

LEGACY Supply Chain Services and Adrian Gonzalez, president of Adelante SCM, have released the findings from their 2018 research study on inventory management trends within omni-channel logistics, and it's extremely interesting.

Based on data collected from nearly 100 companies actively engaged in retail, manufacturing and logistics services, this research paper has provided several valuable insights ranging from current challenges & best practices, characteristics of companies considered high performers, and opportunities for improvement from companies lower on the omni-channel performance curve.

When it comes to international transportation service providers - oftentimes the “service” aspect of the service provider is lost in the shuffle of price competitiveness and transactional management of daily shipments.

The rules for success in e-commerce and omnichannel fulfillment are still being written, however, you can minimize the risks and costs of scaling your operations, and get to market faster, by leveraging your existing network, resources, and relationships to their fullest potential.

Taking a disruptive, cloud-based approach to business-to-business communications in the third-party logistics industry, LEGACY Supply Chain Services now services customers 70 percent faster and reduces technology operating costs by 50 percent using Microsoft Azure Logic Apps.

Customers have unlimited buying options at their fingertips - speed to serve, product availability & customer experience have become the new tools in the seller’s arsenal to maintain market competitiveness.

With the worsening shortage of truck drivers, Walmart plans to double its spending on attracting and retaining drivers by year-end, the retailer wants to drum up interest in being a long-haul driver.

In this special issue, the editorial staff of Logistics Management has compiled feature stories that encapsulate the software, technology, and processes that are helping today’s retail and manufacturing professionals exceed ever-increasing customer demands - whether in B2B or direct to consumers..

Customers are demanding a boundary-less retail environment, but building a supply chain that is synchronized across all sales channels remains elusive for many businesses today.

Walmart has agreed to pay $16 billion for a roughly 77 percent stake in Indian online marketplace Flipkart, the U.S. retailer’s largest deal as it opens up another front to battle rival Amazon in one of the world’s fledgling ecommerce markets.

Co-written by Adrian Gonzalez, president of Adelante SCM, and Mike Glodziak, president & CEO of LEGACY Supply Chain Services, this ecommerce logistics leader series describes how you can get to market faster, by leveraging your existing network, resources, and relationships to their fullest potential as well as how you can use logistics as a competitive weapon.

The deal, if completed, will give Walmart a substantial foothold in an emerging market of 1.3 billion people, and while the Arkansas-based company is the world’s largest retailer, it has struggled against Amazon as consumers migrate to online commerce, India is the next big potential prize after the U.S. and China.