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1. Omnichannel Marketing, Visibility, and the Perfect Order
One of the biggest business changes wrought by the rise of the Internet is omnichannel retailing – the ability for consumers to make purchases at any time in any place, and then have the product directly ...
Created on 20 August 2015
2. The Omnichannel Inflection Point
...  that means adapting to changes like omnichannel retailing.How supply chains cope with such an inflection point is a topic for Jim LeTart in an article on the Logistics Viewpoints site. Read his thought ...
Created on 13 May 2015
3. Effective Compliance Program Key To Supply Chain Success
... retailing. “It’s surprising how many smaller retailers still don’t have effective compliance programs in place,” says Zablocky, who has been advising supply chain partners about how to resolve compliance ...
Created on 06 April 2015
4. Omnichannel's Short History
Things are moving so quickly today that a 'trend' that is relatively new, omnichannel retailing, is having histories written about it. On the Essential Retail site, Nikki Baird provides a multi-articl ...
Created on 17 February 2015
5. A Successful Retailer Without an Online Presence?
In retail, EVERYBODY must (or thinks they must), be prominent in e-retailing and omnichannel because of ALL the revenue. So Primark must be joking to think they can remain just simply brick & mortar? But ...
Created on 07 January 2015
6. What Happens After Walmart?
... . The trend of big-box retailers decimating local retailers is now part of our legacy. Rising in its wake is the growing prevalence of online retailing. And as these online and big-box showcasing grow o ...
Created on 10 October 2014
7. Is Omnichannel Working?
... s becoming an asset as omnichannel retailing becomes a mainstream consumer practice. Overall integration of the business to merge the online and in-store operations should be the focus of top level ex ...
Created on 01 August 2014
8. What Does Integration Mean to Your Process
As the supply chain becomes more intricate, more demanding, and faster moving, margin for error decreases. The complexity of omnichannel retailing in itself means predicting the next order is impossible. ...
Created on 03 February 2014
9. Omnichannel - With Caution
...  retailing they are generally aware of one thing - the retailer. And that's exactly the point. Retailers want that recognition to begin and end with them, regardless of the path the ordered product to ...
Created on 17 January 2014
10. Time to Follow Walmart... Again?
...  an article on RIS that calls out 5 retailers to watch with regard to omnichannel retailing. The article points out that while it is certainly at the top of the retailer stack it's still doing things differentl ...
Created on 10 January 2014
11. The State of Omnichannel Retail
A recent article by Paula Rosenblum on the Retail Wire site goes through the research by RSR on the state of cross-channel retailing.Everybody knows the omnichannel customer is already with us, but many ...
Created on 02 July 2013
12. Where is Retailing Headed? If You are in the Supply Chain, You Better Know
... ewhere. This is not about a shift from brick and mortar to eCommerce. Any way you buy, YOU are the destination. We won't see the difference between online and offline retailing. No more going to a brick a ...
Created on 21 June 2013
13. How Stores React to Omnichannel
When you look at a huge trend like 'omnichannel' retailing, it's usually instructive to take a look at how individual companies are responding.Steve Banker, in Logistics Viewpoints, gives us a summary  ...
Created on 10 June 2013
14. GS1 & Omnichannel
... nd discusses the impact of the retailing changes with Bernie Hogan from GS1. Check it out HERE, ...
Created on 26 May 2013
15. Omni-Channel Basics
Omni-channel may be the hot 'buzzword' in retail right now, but it's often worth the effort to go back and look at the basics of what's driving such a trend.In a blog on the Xerox site, you'll find a very ...
Created on 23 April 2013
16. Omni-Channel Customer Service
One obvious impact of the move toward omni-channel retailing, which may not be all that obvious, is to customer service personnel. How do they take care of customers that have moved ahead of them on the ...
Created on 16 April 2013
17. Omni-Channel Perspective
Bill Davis, on a new site called "" has an interesting perspective on, well, omni-channel retailing. He has issues with a recent critical article he'd like to share.Read his though ...
Created on 10 April 2013
18. Can You Handle the Truth?
The supply chain has evolved in many ways to address the realities of omni-channel retailing. Having a single source of truth drives many positives in such an environment. In a short blog on Supply Management, ...
Created on 27 November 2012
19. E-Commerce Data Feeds - What's Expected
...  expect the simplicity, responsiveness, and care that make Amazon a retailing leader. To make purchases simple for customers is a lot of work behind the scenes, of course. There are plenty of good e-comme ...
Created on 30 October 2012
20. Supply Chains and M-Commerce
When you 'go mobile', there's one thing you need to make sure you do. It's deliver the goods. Stephen McCormac in Internet Retailing talks about the importance of planning for your supply chain when creat ...
Created on 01 September 2012