Inventory and Supply Chain Management

This series addresses inventory and supply chain pain points. From managing your product lifecycle to streamlining operations in order to meet consumer demand, we cover what it takes to get your products to the shelf, while protecting your bottom line.

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Reverse logistics can have a profound impact on revenue by improving customer satisfaction, extracting as much value as possible from returned items, and by protecting profit margins.

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3PL vs In-House Logistics: Which Option Is Best for Your Business?

3PL vs In-House Logistics: Which Option Is Best for Your Business?

The choice between 3PL and in-house logistics hinges on several factors, each crucial to your business's unique demands. This infographic is designed to guide you through making the best choice for your growing retail business.
How To Reduce Shipping Costs Without Deterring Customers

#7 How To Reduce Shipping Costs Without Deterring Customers

Offering a seamless omnichannel experience with shipping options that meet customer demands, while protecting your profit margins, is key to long-term success. Here's how to approach it.
Protecting Margins and Satisfying Customers With Return Options

Protecting Margins and Satisfying Customers With Return Options

Making customer returns easy, while still protecting your margins, can be a difficult balance. Luckily there are return strategies that can help satisfy both customers and retailers' bottom line.
Mastering the Delivery Phase of Your Supply Chain

#5 Mastering the Delivery Phase of Your Supply Chain

The delivery phase of the supply chain is critical for retailers to nail. Here's how to exceed customer expectations, while keeping delivery costs down.
Streamlining the Make Phase of Your Supply Chain

#4 Streamlining the Make Phase of Your Supply Chain

From master production schedules, quality management systems, and ISO certification — here's how to optimize the make phase of your supply chain.
Using the Procurement Process as a Competitive Advantage

#3 Using the Procurement Process as a Competitive Advantage

By leveraging the procurement process as a competitive advantage, businesses can save time, money, and resources.

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Alena Courtney

Alena Courtney

Editorial Strategist, Retail

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