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Aligning Order and Fulfillment Channels - FREE White Papers


July 19, 2013

The Internet, along with advances in e-commerce, mobile technology, social media and wireless networks, has revolutionized the art of buying and selling.

With Internet access on a smart phone, today’s consumer can purchase anything, anywhere, anytime and it would then be delivered to him. This “anything, anytime, anywhere” mentality might be a boon to the consumer, but it has inevitably introduced layers of complexities to order fulfillment operations.

We surveyed 469 managers of supply chains and distribution operations across a broad range of industries to examine the current state of order fulfillment and distribution and to investigate how multiple market channels are impacting the processing of orders.

Find out what they said; download the results now.



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