In this white paper, you’ll learn about what’s important to frontline workers and how you can meet their needs – today and tomorrow – to build the dream team all organizations for increased productivity and efficiencies.
Over the last year, the retail market has witnessed disruption of seismic proportions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. While a black swan event, the impact of the pandemic has been long lasting.
Final mile delivery volumes continue to increase with parcel shipments expected to double by 2026. Meanwhile, carrier rates are rising because of constrained carrier capacity, driver shortages, and higher fuel costs.
Supply chains are all fundamentally designed to handle disruptions, routinely adapting to changing conditions. However, not every supply chain is resilient and agile enough to respond to major disruptions like those arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s well known that the last few years have drastically and permanently changed the way the supply chain operates. Businesses of all sizes have had to step up and keep pace or experience an extreme drop in fulfillment.