Guest Post from our partner, Brightpearl.
Providing a great customer experience and increasing sales as an ecommerce company has to be underpinned by an effective supply chain. It is difficult to properly service customers, evaluate marketing spend and focus on growing your business if you’re worried about flaws in your purchasing and receiving process.
Guest Post from our partner, SalesWarp.
When creating an online store and deciding how to easily manage product SKUs, there are several factors that can keep product management, fulfillment and replenishment clean and simple. Depending on your product line and number of products, a more complicated method of creating SKUs may help you keep your sanity in the long run. Taking the time to understand your products and how they will be fulfilled and planning for future growth is key to deciding what will work best for you in the long run.
Guest Post from our partner, Magaya Corporation / Logistico.
Marketing and selling products are only the first step for online retailers. What happens after the order is placed can make or break a company. At the beginning, the orders could be put into a box and shipped to the buyer with a little labor and organization on the part of the online retailer.
Guest Post from our partner, iD Commerce + Logistics.
For many e-commerce entrepreneurs, the most efficient and cost-effective way to manage fulfillment involves partnering with a third-party logistics (3PL) expert. Not only do 3PL providers translate fixed warehousing costs (rent, utilities, salaries) into variable costs (pay per unit shipped), but they also have the expertise required to serve as brand ambassadors, analyze supply/demand trends, and scale fulfillment during peak seasons.