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Utilizing Omni-channel Fulfillment Distribution Networks to Build Customer Relationships

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.

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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.

In today’s marketplace, speed and agility are the name of the game. Now, more than ever, manufacturers, retailers and ecommerce companies must move products through the supply chain quickly, efficiently and cost effectively in order to remain competitive.

Graduation Source partnered with Saddle Creek Logistics Services, which offered better inventory, order visibility and overall improved operations.

Within two years, approximately 78 percent of omnichannel companies will use multiple DCs, Saddle Creek’s recent survey of omnichannel companies shows.

Have you ever conducted a search for a third-party provider and been disappointed by a slew of responses that come up short or were entirely off the mark? A poorly constructed request for proposal (RFP) could be to blame.

Zurvita searched for a new fulfillment provider with experience in the direct-selling industry and the resources to handle their current and future growth.

In just six weeks, Saddle Creek implemented a highly configurable, cost-effective warehouse management solution.

With the right DC network configuration, companies can improve service levels, better manage inventory and reduce transportation costs.

Finding the right fulfillment partner takes time and attention; it’s worth the effort to research potential partners carefully.

To meet the needs of an omnichannel environment (or simply expand to accommodate sales growth), retailers and ecommerce companies need to move products through the supply chain faster, get them closer to the end customer and minimize transportation costs.

When it comes to customer satisfaction, quality control is a top priority...as a direct seller, how can you be sure your customers’ orders are fulfilled correctly every time?

Companies are adopting an Order Management System to meet increasing customer demands.

The majority of American shoppers (62.2 percent) say free online shipping is “very important,” according to a consumer survey by the National Retail Federation.

As omnichannel becomes the new norm, it is having a direct impact on order fulfillment and distribution operations.