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Transportation Industry Outlook for 2021: What’s In-Store for Shippers

By | on Feb 24, 2021 |   Transportation

As we approach Q2 following one of the most historically dynamic years for transportation in history, shippers continue to face unprecedented challenges in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since Mar[...]

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How Omnichannel Retailers Can Leverage Stores for Fulfillment

By | on Feb 15, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

  Ship From Store Strategy Omnichannel order fulfillment and returns are about delivering a more convenient, consistent and seamless shopping experience for your customers. Today’s empowered shoppers [...]

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3 Steps to Implementing a Ship from Store Strategy

By | on Feb 11, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

As retailers continue to adopt new omnichannel strategies, with a large quantity of products sold online being shipped from stores, how can your company begin to navigate ship from store effectively? [...]

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4 Challenges to Consider for Balancing In-Store and Online Customers in Today’s Retail Landscape

By | on Feb 3, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

In today’s competitive retail environment, retailers are spending more and more time trying to give shoppers reason to choose them. For retailers hoping to edge out the competition, one differentiator[...]

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31 Can’t-Miss 2021 Events for Supply Chain, Retail and Technology Professionals

By | on Jan 29, 2021 |

enVista has rounded up the top, can’t-miss events for 2021, both virtual and in-person for professionals throughout the supply chain, retail and technology industries and beyond. While many events are[...]

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NRF 2021 Session Recap: Why OMS Is the Key to Omnichannel Agility, Profitability and Transformation

By | on Jan 26, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

National Retail Federation’s NRF 2021 Chapter 1 event was held virtually for the first time, taking place January 12-14, and January 19, 21-22, 2021. Following enVista’s CIO Fireside Chat and Witness [...]

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NRF Q&A Continued with Jim Barnes: Why OMS Is the Key to Omnichannel Agility, Profitability and Transformation

By | on Jan 26, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

The virtual NRF Chapter 1 session taking place on January 14, 2021, “Why OMS Is the Key to Omnichannel Agility, Profitability and Transformation,” featured Jim Barnes, CEO of enVista, and Brendan Witc[...]

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NRF 2021 Recap: Retail’s First CIO Fireside Chat and Witness Protection Program Session by enVista

By | on Jan 21, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

enVista’s Gene Bornac, Chief Strategy Officer at enVista, spoke with two leading retailers about successful omnichannel fulfillment strategies, customer experience improvements, technology roadmaps, i[...]

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How to Successfully Enable Omnichannel Fulfillment

By | on Jan 20, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

As online shopping and in-store fulfillment become the new normal for many shoppers across the globe, retailers need to be taking a closer look at their omnichannel fulfillment strategy. The pandemic [...]

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5 Reasons Store Associates Are Critical to the In-Store Experience

By | on Jan 12, 2021 |   Unified Commerce

  Retail is Not Dead, But It Must Adapt Reports of retail’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Traditional retailing is not dead, but it must adapt to changing customer demand and the impact of digi[...]

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Chinese New Year 2021: Is Your Supply Chain Prepared?

By | on Jan 4, 2021 |   Supply Chain

How to Prevent Chinese New Year Shipping and Inventory Disasters Is your supply chain prepared for the 2021 Chinese New Year? It’s the most important question you should be asking as soon as the Weste[...]

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Supply Chain Network Strategy as a Process Instead of a Project

By | on Dec 30, 2020 |   Supply Chain

How often does your organization perform supply chain network strategy analyses? Organizations that put off designing a new network or making improvements to an existing one due to perceived complexit[...]

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