Amazon’s Prime Air fleet will grow to about 200 planes — up from 42 now — in the next seven or eight years, creating an air cargo service that could rival United Parcel Service Inc., according to a study.
Challenge: A first-tier U.S. automotive parts manufacturer was looking to improve its truck order forecasting based on inbound and outbound demand. This included standardizing delivery schedules, streamlining transport management processes and monitoring carriers in a single point of truth.
With anxious shoppers hoarding everyday goods and non-essential stores shuttered, the coronavirus pandemic presents a never-before-seen crisis for American retailers. Walmart appears better prepared to deal with it than its peers.
Wednesday, June 3, 2020 12:00 to Thursday, September 3, 2020 12:00
Omnichannel retailers—whether essential or not—have been the ones to best weather the shut-downs and stay-at-home orders of the global pandemic.
Whether it’s contactless ordering and payment, or contactless delivery, retailers will need to make major process changes to how they engage with customers in stores both now and for the foreseeable future.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about two key capabilities that can keep you and your employees safely selling—the new omnichannel process of BOPAC, “buy online, pickup at curbside” and the new line-busting process that takes the store to the parking lot, where customers can stay safe in cars or in socially-distanced lines.
Join Aptos’ omnichannel experts as they share best practices from retailers around the world. We will discuss:
The challenges driving interest on contactless commerce