Business Strategy: Developing Distribution and Supply Network Capabilities for Omnichannel Fulfillment
|Authors:||Leslie Hand, Simon Ellis, Catherine White, Eric Newmark|
|Document Type||Business Strategy|
|Number of Pages||20|
|Number of Figures||1|
This IDC Retail Insights report examines the oft misunderstood area of warehouse automation, with some specific vendor examples and guidance for manufacturers and retailers.
"Fulfilling the needs of omnichannel consumers with high service expectations and absolutely no patience — I need it now! — has radically changed the way retailers are redefining their supply chains. All of the components of the supply chain need to be reviewed. Increasingly, retailers are recognizing the importance of embedding higher levels of warehouse automation in facilities to increase efficiency and service centricity in an increasingly small parcel, small order, and precision picking and distribution environment," says Leslie Hand, research director, IDC Retail Insights.
Consumer Marketing and Promotions, Consumer Packaged Goods and Retail, Discrete Manufacturing, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Global Retailing, High Tech, Electronics Manufacturing, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Product Lifecycle Strategies, RFID, Retail, Retail Global Supply Chain, Store and Online Shopping Experience
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