Improve E-Commerce Experience Without Sacrificing Profitability

In 2018, U.S. consumers spent $517.6 billion online, up 15% over the prior year. E-commerce represented 51.9% of all retail sales growth that year,… Read More »

5 Ways to Build an E-Commerce Engine that Wins

In an era where delivery choice and speed are becoming fundamental expectations for everyone, companies across most industries are rethinking how… Read More »

5 Red Flags for Retailers Racing Amazon

Consumer expectations are fueling retailers’ response to service demands. Organizations working to improve e-commerce performance face hurdles that… Read More »

2020 Parcel Shipping: 5 Trends to Watch

A major component of any shipper’s overall operating budget, transportation provides the critical connection between a company and its suppliers and… Read More »

Why are You Paying these Hidden Parcel Rate Increases?

Here are three hidden parcel rate increases that impact all parcel shippers, as well as some tips for responding to them. Read More »

Avoid Delivery Disaster with Actionable Intelligence

Customer experience increasingly relies on an organization’s ability to provide seamless product delivery. Disruption anywhere in the order-to-cash… Read More »

4 Reasons to Modernize Logistics Management Practices

Shipping and logistics management have long been segregated into disparate categories, creating an illusion that these areas of operation are highly… Read More »

How Long is Your Last Mile?

No one ever said consumer behavior was logical. Research shows consumers want fast shipping, but they also want it for free or at minimal cost. That… Read More »

How E-Commerce is Redefining Transportation Practices

For retail shippers, there was a time when “meeting customer expectations” meant supplying the right quantities of product to the right location on… Read More »

Food for Thought – Smarter Logistics Strategies to Keep the Shelves Stocked

The grocery industry shares a long history with the logistics and distribution industry – and for good reason. Keeping stores properly stocked with… Read More »

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