Omni-Channel Distribution & 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

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 & distributor
  • Returns management & reverse logistics

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.

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 DCs, through to the customer’s front door
  • Labor Optimization: Flexible labor solutions to account for seasonal and promotional period volume fluctuation
  • Retail Compliance: Labeling, RFID, EDI communications, service-level requirements – we know the ins and outs of all North American retailers

Our Impact:

  • Enable growth in current markets & expansion into new ones
  • Reduce redundancy & inefficiency within distribution eco-system
  • Drive down inventory carrying costs
  • Increase speed-to-shelf & speed-to-consumer
  • Reduce cost-to-serve
  • Increase customer satisfaction & brand loyalty
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