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The client was one of the largest online home goods retailer in North America with more than 60 million active online users, 10 million hosted products, and 20,000 suppliers. LogiNext optimized their entire logistics movement with optimized carrier handling and high customer (delivery) experience.
The Southeast Asian region would grow at 32% CAGR, reaching about $88 billion by 2025, Indian shores have taken up e-commerce strongly. Here, the market is slated to reach $64 billion by 2020, $200 billion by 2026, and surpass the U.S market by 2034
Internet of things (IoT) with the latest in machine-learning backed algorithms are the way logistics would be optimized to meet all customer demands and requirements, right from fast shipping, live tracking and notifications, and on-time delivery with optimized final mile movement.
Traditional trade occupies close to 90% in key developing markets. By leveraging cloud-based technology, last mile delivery can be optimized for such distribution networks, bringing in organized patterns within the industry and generate more value for all the stakeholders involved namely the retailers, the distributors, the manufacturers, and the end-customers.
Amazon opened its first brick and mortar retail store in Seattle, Washington, United States. The novelty of this store is that customers can just pick up whatever they want and just walk out of the store. Amazon would just charge the price of the items taken to their Amazon account. They call it the ‘Just Walk Out’ technology. Would it become a game-changer or disruptor in retail?
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Brands ranging from Amazon, Walmart, Alibaba, Target, Uber, Tesla, and many more are diving hard into the zone of location intelligence. The biggest gainers for the same here are the Retail and FMCG trendsetters. Location Intelligence, the primal necessity of the new age, has the retail and FMCG world caught in a tight race to the finish.
Pharmaceutical industry has a traditional field agent management network where trade channel management is the primary sales pipeline along with being the distribution funnel for the industry. Channel management is of primary importance in this sector, unlike other growing industries.
There is a clear and strong shift in the tide where several retail players have adopted the best features of e-commerce and turned themselves into omni-channel behemoths. What has triggered this change in fortunes for the average retailers?