While companies are still making use of cloud computing, their reliance on it seems to be abating somewhat. A recent study by CompTIA revealed that more than 90 percent of firms use some type of cloud computing, but the majority consider themselves to fall into the non-critical use category than the full production category. Those … Read moreSurvey Uncovers Latest Trends in Cloud Computing by Businesses
A safely stacked warehouse might seem like a straightforward proposition. If boxes aren’t falling over or starting to sway, they must not be overstacked, right? Unfortunately, some warehouses can find themselves putting their workers and stock in danger by overlooking some seemingly minor issues. Here is a look at some of the most common ones … Read moreIs Your Warehouse Overlooking These Common Warehouse Stacking Issues?
E-commerce has dramatically changed the ways in which people buy products, and this, in turn, is causing a noticeable shift in brick-and-mortar stores. Many retailers are turning their shops into destinations in their own right in response to consumers’ growing preference for shopping online. For example, FAO Schwarz closed their famous Fifth Avenue store last … Read moreAppealing to Modern Shoppers Requires Omni-Channel Approach
All businesses want to succeed, but sudden growth can sometimes bring with it a lot of nerve-wracking decisions. As an ecommerce company’s supply chain operations expand to accommodate such growth, shipping processes can become a lot more expensive. Switching to multi-location fulfillment can be a viable option for some firms that have reached this point, … Read moreIs Multi-Location Order Fulfillment Always The Right Choice?