Hollar is a rapidly growing eCommerce business, and a solid portion of that growth can be attributed to the company’s dedication to supply chain innovation.
Amazon has become such a critical source of revenue for countless internet retailers, distributors and manufacturers that it can afford to make up all the rules and leave it up to third parties to figure out how to meet them. Such is the power wielded by a retailer with 38 percent year-over-year revenue growth.
Just as you iron out the kinks in your omnichannel fulfillment strategy, the business comes to you with exciting news: your company wants to start offering same-day delivery. It’s your job to figure out how to execute on this new strategy to reach more consumers and drive more business from current customers.
More than two decades ago, Jeff Bezos founded a website with the belief that a centralized online model would be better for consumers and his business than physical stores. That website, Amazon.com, started with books and over the years has become a one-stop shop for anything you could ever want. The result is the most powerful online retailer in the world and one of the most influential companies on the globe.
HighJump has announced support for Seller Fulfilled Prime, Amazon’s program allowing retailers and manufacturers to deliver directly to customers from their own fulfillment centers. HighJump’s Warehouse Management System (WMS) empowers companies of all sizes to meet Amazon’s high performance criteria, enabling them to scale their businesses and provide the customer satisfaction to compete in today’s market.
As you process those final returns from the holiday rush, now is the time to evaluate your operations. When order volumes skyrocketed – especially on Black Friday and Cyber Monday – it probably unearthed weaknesses in your supply chain.
It’s impossible for retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers to deny the allure of Amazon Prime.
That checkmark followed by the five blue letters next to your product offer a massive opportunity – the kind that could change your business forever. Not only is the list of Prime members growing each and every day, but many of those members order primarily or exclusively items guaranteed to be at their doorstep in two days.
At first, it may not make sense: how could not replacing your warehouse management system cost your business money? After all, a warehouse management system (WMS) replacement project brings costs around licensing, services and, in some cases, hardware and additional staffing.
Leading South African retailer invests in solution to support in-store fulfilment for online orders
HighJump announced today that Woolworths Proprietary Limited, the operating entity of Woolworths Holdings Limited, a leading Southern Hemisphere retail group headquartered in South Africa, selected HighJump Retail Advantage to improve picking accuracy and efficiency across its food business’ stores, which act as online fulfilment centres.
HighJump has been named as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Retail Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) 2017 Vendor Assessment (doc # US40330016, March 2017).
The recognition follows a series of key initiatives and product releases in its endeavor to provide retail customers with the tools and capabilities to succeed in today’s omni-commerce world through a truly unified commerce experience.