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HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
Let our expertise guide you...:::
- Look at Last Year’s Peak Season to Prepare for Success This Year
- Point of No Return: Bad Reverse Logistics Sour Customer Experiences
- Tailoring eCommerce Approaches for Global Audiences
- Future Shop: Powering eCommerce with Next-Gen Technology
- User Experience: Your Secret Weapon for Retaining Customers
- Fulfillment in an Age of High Expectations
- Take the Challenges Out of Cross-Border Commerce
- Spring Cleaning: Tune Up Your eCommerce Website
- Infographic: Omnichannel 101
- Webinar: Using Journey-Based Interaction Analytics to Improve the Customer Experience
As every retailer knows, peak season plays by its own rules. The only way to consider this year’s peak season is in the context of last year. The sales and logistics approaches that defined retail in 2016 are a great place to start when projecting areas to focus on in 2017.
It’s easy to skimp on reverse logistics in the eCommerce and omnichannel retail world. If you want to be a brand known for offering an excellent customer experience, it’s important to commit to every part of logistics, returns included.
The world – that’s your potential eCommerce market. Going global means tuning your website, back-end processes and logistics networks to suit customers around the world. A third-party logistics partner may provide the experience you need to gain a foothold in a new region.
If you are operating in the eCommerce or omnichannel space, you’ve already embraced a technological revolution – but if you think the changes are over, think again. As you continue to evolve your brand, you should gravitate toward innovations that suit your customers’ preferences.
When it comes to capturing repeat customers, the experience of using your eCommerce site becomes an important form of advertising. Seeing is believing, and convincing shoppers to come back will be significantly easier if they’ve enjoyed their time on your website.