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Business is booming, you’ve sourced some great new products, and they’re due to arrive at your warehouse soon. But do you have anywhere to put them, or is your warehouse already pretty full?
Before you start researching new premises, read on to make sure you really have got the best out of your existing space first!
Capture a slice of that celeb fashion action with presales fulfilment!
Presales fulfilment is all about selling the goods before they’re actually in the warehouse. This can bring a number of potential benefits; unforeseen addressable sales opportunities, speed to market, and cost savings clearly among them. But is it for you? Read on to learn more.
Your business is thriving and your warehouse is busy - your processes must be working, right? But how do you know? How do you know if you’re operating efficiently and can scale with ease, or if your processes are at their limits and any further growth will tip you over the edge?
Ever pondered why or how those blue ticks appear against the names of certain individuals and brands on the likes of Instagram, Facebook and Twitter? Kim Kardashian and David Beckham have them, Nike, Gymshark, Lululemon, Missguided, New Look, and Asos too…and a cast of thousands besides.
Most e-commerce retailers thrive on their ability to attract customers on the basis of offering convenience, competitive pricing, and speed of delivery.
It may have all started with the home market, but scaling the business and sustaining growth usually comes from branching out to also address overseas markets, maximising those sales opportunities. After all, there’s a growing global appetite for online shopping.
E-commerce companies that have experienced high levels of growth often find themselves experiencing a sudden onset of customer service headaches. This is also generally the point where it becomes highly apparent that adding to customer service teams is expensive, once salaries and other expenses have been factored in.
Luckily, there are ways to improve customer satisfaction that don’t involve taking on more staff, which are often more effective as well.
In the area of e-commerce warehouse management and fulfilment, we’re all increasingly aware of the future impact of technological change, whether it’s contemplating the reality of driverless vehicles, drones, even flying fulfilment warehouses.
If you’re making a repeat purchase or buying something definite like a book or CD, the online representation of the product only needs to be good enough for you to be sure you’re ordering the correct item. But if your requirement is something more personal or subjective - a top that will go perfectly with these jeans - an outfit that strikes the right note for your interview - or, one that many parents may recognise, a t-shirt with a label that isn’t scratchy - what you can learn about the item online suddenly becomes key to your buying decision.
Have you ever had that sinking feeling when you realised at the last minute that a friend or relative’s birthday is coming up and you don’t have a gift for them? And, even worse, they live a distance away and you won’t get to see them before their big day? Thankfully, in this age of 24-hour online shopping and expedited delivery services, you can source the perfect gift at a time to suit you, choose a gift wrapping service with personalised message and have it delivered in time without your friend or relative ever knowing that you almost forgot!
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to make this happen?