eCommerce is evolving rapidly. Technologies are improving to accommodate greater diversity in an intuitive way making it easier for anyone to take their products and services online. Having increased by 44 percent in 2020 alone, online sales are trending dramatically
You live. You learn. You upgrade. To those who have found success in the distribution space, few words ring truer. There is no perfect formula or infallible equation for success when it comes to scaling an operation— there simply isn’t.
For those selling products and services online, there is great cause for optimism about the future. Between Q1 and Q2 in 2020, retail eCommerce sales in the U.S. jumped by nearly 25 percent, more than doubling the 2016 Q2 totals.
To some, the word ‘automation’ carries a negative connotation. Perhaps minds wander into the realm of science fiction, drumming up concerns of AI takeovers and human labor eradication. In reality, automation is moving along a very favorable path and is
Logistics is a somewhat blurry concept that drives the world of distribution. This term is often used to encapsulate the spaghetti bowl of odds and ends as it pertains to a general system of operation. When it comes to managing
It’s no secret that maintaining an accurate general ledger requires unremitting effort from accounting professionals and other C-level executives. On top of that, comes the responsibility of accurately reporting financial data. Without proper financial reporting processes, it is markedly difficult
As a business owner or financial officer, keeping track of sales tax can certainly become an undesirable, never-ending task. Though simple in concept, many moving pieces require an undue amount of attention when mingled with the mountain of other responsibilities
Whether you’re in the business of selling raw materials or finished products, you have inventory. And keeping track of your inventory shouldn’t feel like a second job. There are software solutions to help you manage what you’re selling so both
It is no secret that introducing efficiencies and reducing human error in the warehouse is a differentiating factor among distributors. This goes far beyond physical space and effective communication. The truth is that many distribution processes are still quite archaic
In any industry today, measuring productivity in our at-home world feels a little bit different. How do we know if our efforts are making a difference or if we’re achieving those mile markers? Gone are the days, at least temporarily