D2C brands reap several benefits, including increased profits and customer loyalty. But where does that leave supply chain intermediaries, such as distributors and third-party retailers? Let’s find out.
We hear about an increasing number of cases of missing items or bizarre product substitutions being reported in online orders. This has left online grocery shoppers puzzled and frustrated. Learn how to fix this problem.
Learn how companies like Levi’s, Mulberry, and Walmart are rising above existing challenges to flip traditional approaches to supply chain management and pivot toward intelligent automation to increase efficiency.
In this conversation between two industry experts, coupled with invaluable insights from RIS’ own research, we give retailers a glimpse into the implementations that are proving fruitful in varying markets and the areas of opportunity that remain.
The recent second pandemic holiday season made it clear that retail needs to take a more strategic approach to automation. But gaps still remain. Most automation projects have focused on specific, small areas and tasks.
Read key insights from industry experts who are at the forefront of returns management, and apply valuable research from RIS that shows where today’s retailers are applying returns strategies to fill existing gaps and elevate the consumer experience.
Even if we’re doing more online, we haven’t entirely forgotten what we expect from an in-store experience, and the two experiences will become more similar. Here are a few things we can expect to see over the next year or so.