LMS Provides Continuous Workforce Saving For Years to Come

This white paper demonstrates how LMS has proven to be an effective tool for retailers in their DCs.

By · February 1, 2018

With consumer expectations continually on the rise, brick and mortar retailers find themselves struggling to adapt to the speed and complexity of omnichannel order fulfillment. To stay competitive, retailers have been forced to raise the stakes on service level agreements (SLAs), with two days often the new standard shipping norm and next-day delivery the true differentiator. to meet the increasingly aggressive SLAs, retailers must transform their stores into mini-DCs.

This white paper demonstrates how LMS has proven to be an effective tool for retailers in their DCs. Applying the same principles at the individual store level and across a network of thousands of stores, LMS represents a truly transformative impact. By establishing an environment of accountability, LMS helps retailers foster a true culture of excellence throughout their organizations. And by driving process rigor, accurate planning and continuous improvements, LMS helps businesses meet and exceed service levels in an increasingly challenging omnichannel world.

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