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"Omnichannel Success in Today’s Evolving Supply Chain"

Building a Bridge to Omnichannel Success in Today’s Evolving Supply Chain

White Paper: Iptor Supply Chain Systems

In today’s evolving supply chain, an omnichannel environment is a critical element for seamless customer experience but omnichannel operations requires a new way of thinking.

In an omnichannel world, your focus needs to be on the front office and supply chain. Following are five mileposts on the roadmap toward leveraging order management to promote omnichannel retailing success.

The world of omnichannel distribution requires a holistic view of margins, cost, inbound, outbound, inventory and customer service.

  • What are the key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure performance for  omnichannel success?

  • What are the mileposts on the roadmap toward leveraging order management to promote omnichannel retailing success?

  • What are the three pivotal capabilities in ERP and WMS you select that will help you best manage life in an omnichannel world?

Building a Bridge to Omnichannel Success in Today’s Evolving Supply Chain
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What is ERP ?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a group of activities that help industries to manage its business. ERP control the flow of information within the organization, so that the enterprise decision can be data driven. The main goal of ERP software is to collect and organize data from various level of organization to provide the management with clear picture of organization data flow.

What is Supply Chain ?

The network of organizations, individuals, operational activities, resources, information, and the technology involved in the delivery of a product to the end-user is known as supply chain. The supply chain operations encompass the supply of raw materials, natural resources, and components into a refined product to the customer.

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