Omni-Channel Distribution and Fulfillment

The rules of omni-channel distribution are still being written – however the challenges businesses face are very real. Maintaining a strong cost-to-serve metric, synchronizing inventory to serve all sales channels, and achieving visibility across the supply chain proves to be a difficult task – without the support of an omni-channel partner.

Drive Speed-to-Serve Across All Distribution Channels

No two supply chains are the same: each requires its own unique alignment of strategy, infrastructure, systems, and operational processes. We develop custom omni-channel solutions for dynamic supply chains – created from the ground up, or built from within the framework of existing supply chain infrastructure.

Drive Speed-to-Serve Across All Distribution Channels
Omni-Channel Expertise

Omni-channel success is achieved by more than just order fulfillment. A sound omni-channel supply chain strategy requires optimization and synchronization of inventory, distribution, and transportation functions across all sales channels.

eCommerce Fulfillment, direct to consumer
Direct to store order replenishment
Big Box retailer compliance
DC to DC distribution
Wholesaler and distributor
Returns management and reverse logistics
Evolving from Good to Great
Evolving from Good to Great
LEGACY executed a comprehensive startup project plan to fully transition operational control of LSR Inland Empire operations. Discover how this solution was executed with zero disruption to the business.
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How We Do It
Network Optimization: Analysis, alignment, and design of distribution and transportation networks.
Inventory Synchronization: Deployment of product to serve all sales channels while enhancing cost-to-serve.
Technology Enablement: Provide visibility across the supply chain – from online and retail shopping carts, to distribution centers, through to the customer’s front door.
Labor Optimization: Flexible labor solutions to account for seasonal and promotional period volume fluctuations.
Retail Compliance: Labeling, RFID, EDI communications, and service-level requirements – we know the ins and outs of all North American retailers.


Keeping Up with the Retail Consumer
Keeping Up with the Retail Consumer

This eBook provides a research-based framework in which retailers and service providers can examine 6 supply chain disciplines essential to staying ahead in an ever-changing retail supply chain world.

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Our Impact
Enable growth in current markets and expansion into new ones
Reduce redundancy and inefficiency within the distribution eco-system
Drive down inventory carrying costs
Increase speed-to-shelf and speed-to-consumer
Reduce cost-to-serve
Increase customer satisfaction and brand loyalty
Omni-Channel Preparedness: 62% of retailers lack omni-channel supply chain competency (2015 Third Party Logistics Study)
Contact an omni-channel distribution expert now.
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