When manufacturing apparel and footwear it can be easy to fall short of customer demands without proper visibility. A leading footwear manufacturer with over 1,200 stores across the globe was experiencing slow speed-to-market.
This year’s group of 26 Apparel Innovator Award winners is pushing the barriers when it comes to satisfying consumer demand. Read on to learn about a wide range of innovations ranging from unique product offerings to smart uses of technology.
Apparel lifestyle brands must be able to fulfill orders through many different channels. An integrated software system can automate much of the behind-the-scenes work required to be an omnichannel fashion success.
If done correctly, ship-from-store fulfillment not only addresses rising customer expectations, but also helps retailers avoid markdowns and lost sales, decrease fulfillment costs and increase full-price sales.
Each year, stores see an influx of returns after the holidays. In fact, in 2017, U.S. customers returned about $351 billion worth of items. This is more than the Gross Domestic Product of Israel for that year!
With the expansion of channels beyond the brick-and-mortar store, the complexity of order management has grown, and it’s increasingly difficult for an organization to efficiently fulfill and ship orders without the proper technology in place to support it.
A unique combination of operational expertise and marketing technology prowess has inspired Dallas-based entrepreneur Jeff Zisk to launch his new company, Snowfall Technologies, on Sept. 26, bringing two new sophisticated SaaS solutions to omnichannel retailers.
Birmingham-based premium athletic retailer Hibbett Sports selected Radial's Order Management System, Customer Service and Payment, Tax, and Fraud solutions to seamlessly launch www.Hibbett.com, the company's first transactional e-commerce site.