Too many businesses rely on manual entry, spreadsheets, and gut instinct to manage their warehouses and businesses. There's a better way to operate. With the right tools connected with your ERP, you can implement these 4 keys to drive more profit from your supply chain. Read on to learn more.
It’s been over a year since industry giants Amazon and UPS both introduced new return shipping tools and policies that directly impacted retailers. On October 2nd, 2017, Amazon launched a policy that “automatically authorizes” returns for customers receiving orders through the fulfilled by seller shipping program. In tandem with this new process, UPS also announced a streamlined return policy that enables customers to easily print prepaid return labels.
But how has any of this affected your business? What steps have you put in place to help your customers return with ease?
The retail climate is constantly changing. Being prepared for more e-commerce companies pushing out 2-day (or faster) shipping is imperative to the success of your business. As consumers demand their purchases quicker and quicker, what is your business doing to remain competitive with behemoths like Amazon?
Your shipping process internally may feel a bit labor-intensive but chances are, another company is running with a similar process. Things like keyboard entry, multiple systems, and multiple people involved can leave your shipping line vulnerable to errors. You can eliminate room for errors with Pacejet Scan Pack in place. Read on to learn more about how our automated shipping software can help you streamline your shipping operations and improve your shipping accuracy to ultimately save money and boost your bottom line.