Category Archive:
Product Availability

Omnichannel Inventory Management: Challenges and Opportunities

Shoppers are demanding more flexibility with purchasing and fulfillment options. Omnichannel inventory management helps brands meet shoppers’ expectations.

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Extreme Convenience: Supply Chain in the Age of Auto-Replenishment

Auto-replenishment models like Subscribe & Save provide predictability to the customer and the manufacturer. But it can put pressure on product availability.

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Enhancing the Online Customer Experience Will Give UK Grocery Retailers a Step Up in a Hot Market

Competition in the UK’s grocery market is hot and getting hotter. Adding services like click and collect and home delivery increases customer loyalty and preference.

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Click and Collect, Home Delivery Puts Pressure on the Omnichannel Grocery Supply Chain

Alternative fulfillment methods like click and collect and home delivery increase pressure on product availability and the grocery supply chain.

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Out-of-Stocks Impact Ratings & Reviews on Amazon for Consumer Electronics Brand

Nintendo has release its NES Classic console in time for the holiday season, but the company has hit a few snags keeping the item in stock.

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Portfolio Optimization Key for Electronics Brands During Back to School and Holiday Shopping Seasons

Electronics brands that prioritize online portfolio optimization for the back to school shopping and holiday shopping seasons will win shopper spend.

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Winning Back to School Categories: Tracking Online Out-of-Stocks

With many back to school shoppers planning to shop at online retailers this year, winning your category includes outstanding online out-of-stock management.

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AmazonFresh Launches in UK; Takes Aim at Grocery’s Digital Shelf

The ecommerce giant has taken aim at grocery’s digital shelf in the UK amidst an ongoing prices war between supermarkets.

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eCommerce Product Availability: The Impact of Retailer Subscriptions

With the rise of retailer subscriptions such as Amazon’s Subscribe and Save, the importance of ecommerce product availability has grown. The vitamins, minerals, and supplements (VMS) category may be the best example of a market where retailer subscriptions play a prominent role.

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