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Small eCommerce Companies Must Have Perfect Picking

A survey of 300 supply chain and distribution managers across the United States found distribution centers are losing an average of nearly $585,000 per year due to mis-picks. The cost of a picking mistake includes the cost of the item and the expenses associated with shipping the item back, processing it upon receipt, returning it…

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Small eCommerce Companies: Dealing with Variable Shipping Costs

Let’s be honest, Amazon is a logistics shipping company. On some level all eCommerce companies, big or small, are logistics shipping companies. Companies find themselves in a balancing act between profitability and satisfying customers, when deciding which shipping carrier to use and shipping costs. Small eCommerce companies must decide quickly whether to use the postal…

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Small eCommerce Companies: Compete with Personalized Customer Service

With more than half of all sales now occurring online, there continues to be a migration away from merely a price focus and towards a customized and personalized customer experience. This trend will continue to grow over the next three years. An American Express survey revealed that 78 percent of consumers have bailed on an…

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By: In: APPSOrder Fulfillment SolutionsReceiving On: Apr 23, 2018

WarehouseOS® Apps: Receiving App

Receiving operations involve the transfer of ownership of goods, which includes financial responsibility. Ensuring accurate documentation will validate correct product receipt and ensures that smooth and efficient products will be made available to the customer as soon as possible. An accurate reporting of what is received has a direct effect on the accounting and payout…

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By: In: Floor LoadingOrder Fulfillment SolutionsPutaway On: Apr 16, 2018

Warehouse OS® Apps: Putaway App

eCommerce companies that have a two-step process at receiving require an efficient putaway process. For many companies this involves receiving product at a dock location, then putting it away in the warehouse. The Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) noted that in a busy warehouse, product putaway tends to fall behind other tasks such as…

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By: In: Order Fulfillment SolutionsWarehouseOS On: Apr 02, 2018

WMS vs. WCS or… WOS®

For the past decade there is some confusion when to apply a WMS (warehouse management system) software solution, versus a WCS (warehouse control system) which directs real-time data management and interface responsibilities of the material handling system, as well as provides common user interface screens for monitoring, control, and diagnostics. There is a place for…

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WarehouseOS® Apps: Single Pick App

Are you a company that fulfills large orders, yet can’t batch pick? Then allow us to recommend your need for the WarehouseOS® Single Pick APP. The most common form of picking is single order picking. A picker is given one order at a time and they travel through the warehouse to find each item on…

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Instagram and eCommerce for a Material Handling World

Neil Patel is a New York Times bestselling author and The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web. Recently, Patel shared that social network giant Instagram had announced that they had grown to 500 million monthly active users. Out of these, 300 million users log onto the platform every day and…

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WarehouseOS® Managing Inventory App – Knowing Where Your Inventory is at All Times

Efficient warehouse operations require the ability to know the whereabouts of inventory at all times. Adjustments to inventory demands within a warehouse requires that warehouse labor has an easy way to move product from one place to another. Rapid SKU variability in the fast-changing eCommerce enterprise requires companies keep track of inventory quantities while they…

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Faster Delivery a Requirement for Small, Fast-Growing eCommerce Companies

Everyone knows the moral of the tortoise and the hare fable: slow and steady wins the race. That was in the past, however, and there was no such thing as eCommerce. Now eCommerce companies that deliver online orders fastest (while maintaining accuracy) win.

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