Warehousing and Distribution

When Amazon announced its Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) program a few years ago, it changed the way its sellers were able to fulfill and ship their products.  Instead of merchants finding a warehouse to store inventory and then paying people to pick, pack and ship...

As you might be aware, the United States Postal Service has recently increased their delivery rates for many types of packages. The increase is noteworthy as the USPS has recently been making a concerted effort to draw customers away from their competitors - largely based...

Selling any type of product on line is a competitive business. With just a few clicks, consumers can compare prices from countless websites to make sure they find exactly what they want and at the best price. This puts a lot of pressure on ecommerce...

In the current retail marketplace, customers expect to have the ability to make purchases from a particular store in-person or online with the same seamless buying experience. In others words, consumers want to buy on their terms. This is the definition of omnichannel. Creating and...