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1. Amazon Go - It’s all about the back end
(Retail)
... backend systems about more than standard cash register information, it updates shelf location data, consumer traffic patterns, and even how consumers handle the merchandise as they make buying decisions. ...
Created on 22 January 2018
2. The Impact of Reverse Logistics
(Logistics)
... are a form of reverse logistics, but so is the unsold merchandise sent back from a store. The challenge is that reverse logistics is complex and unpredictable. Items come back to the retailer in an ...
Created on 08 January 2018
3. Toys R Us Keeps Supply Chain Moving
(News)
Recently Toy R Us filed for bankruptcy, reports Loadstar. This is despite the fact that it currently it has $243.2m-worth of merchandise currently in transit, the majority being shipped by APL Logistics. ...
Created on 10 October 2017
4. Full-Circle Fraud: How the Equifax Breach Will Lead to Merchant Losses
(Technology)
... into chargebacks down the line. Fraudsters make-off with stolen goods while merchants lose: Sales Revenue Merchandise Shipping Costs Interchange Fees To add insult to ...
Created on 10 October 2017
5. Reverse logistics will trash your inventory plans
(Retail)
... keep trying different styles and sizes for as long as they like till they find the right one, then finalize their purchase. This works fine in the store where merchandise never leaves the premises and ...
Created on 12 September 2017
6. Macy Moves Forward on RFID
(News)
... to tag 100% of their store merchandise by next year.Why the push? Inventory visibility to support ecommerce growth.... read about it HERE. ...
Created on 05 November 2016
7. Missed Opportunities For Not Using EDI and How Easy It Is
(EDI)
... y used EDI document for drop shipping arrangements is the Purchase Order Acknowledgement (855).  This document is sent to advise the buyer that the vendor has or will ship the merchandise.   For orde ...
Created on 14 July 2015
8. When The Weather Gets Rough, Retail Goes Omni-Channel To Survive
(Retail)
... their mobile device. If they wish, the consumer can request the item be prepared for store pick-up following the online purchase rather than having the merchandise delivered, thereby speeding up the completion ...
Created on 06 May 2015
9. Why EDI is Important to the Retailer
(Retail)
... r picking, “master-packs” or cartons for warehousing. Different pack sizes based on quantity. The object is to make merchandise floor-ready with minimal effort by store personnel. Watch those labor cos ...
Created on 30 April 2015
10. Is Omnichannel Working?
(Retail)
... vior.  What many retailers abhor is referred to as 'showrooming' where retail customers look at merchandise on the shelves of the physical store and look at their smartphone devices to find the same  ...
Created on 01 August 2014
11. EDI a Lost Art - But Learnable
(EDI)
... identify and drive out errors, streamline, and correct behavior to improve the flow of merchandise. Non-core EDI transactions are those not related directly to the line of business of the company. For ...
Created on 11 February 2013
12. Innovation at check-out
(Retail)
... ul and customers regularly laud Apple's M-POS implementation. After apparent hesitation and adjustment in its roll-out, even such a mass-market merchandiser as Home Depot appears to be finding success wit ...
Created on 23 July 2012
13. Innovation at check-out
(Retail)
... ul and customers regularly laud Apple's M-POS implementation. After apparent hesitation and adjustment in its roll-out, even such a mass-market merchandiser as Home Depot appears to be finding success wit ...
Created on 23 July 2012
14. Amazon Grows Up, Pays Use Tax
(Retail)
... ted considerable skill to this point in what once was one of the hardest parts of use tax collection: coding taxes by merchandise type and local variation. New York, for example, where Amazon has colle ...
Created on 02 July 2012
15. Amazon Grows Up, Pays Use Tax
(Supply)
... ted considerable skill to this point in what once was one of the hardest parts of use tax collection: coding taxes by merchandise type and local variation. New York, for example, where Amazon has colle ...
Created on 02 July 2012
16. Amazon Grows Up, Pays Use Tax
(Retail)
... ted considerable skill to this point in what once was one of the hardest parts of use tax collection: coding taxes by merchandise type and local variation. New York, for example, where Amazon has colle ...
Created on 02 July 2012
17. Amazon Grows Up, Pays Use Tax (2)
(Retail)
... ted considerable skill to this point in what once was one of the hardest parts of use tax collection: coding taxes by merchandise type and local variation. New York, for example, where Amazon has colle ...
Created on 02 July 2012
18. Leveraging Stores as Fulfillment Nodes in the Supply Chain
(Retail)
... identified as winners who said their merchandise is purchased and maintained centrally, meaning that they will pull from one channel to fulfill unexpected demand in another channel. As RSR points out in ...
Created on 01 July 2012
19. Leveraging Stores as Fulfillment Nodes in the Supply Chain
(Logistics)
... identified as winners who said their merchandise is purchased and maintained centrally, meaning that they will pull from one channel to fulfill unexpected demand in another channel. As RSR points out in ...
Created on 01 July 2012
20. Is "Showrooming" a Problem?
(News)
Cross-channel shopping isn't new, but consumer behavior in the mobile commerce era has created some new approaches to shopping. Does your retail 'brick and mortar' store you've spent a fortune to build ...
Created on 22 June 2012