How Can Life Sciences Supply Chains Navigate a Disrupted World? Share this: Blog / How Can Life Sciences Supply Chains Navigate a Disrupted World? As the U.S. heads towards its second pandemic winter, there is talk of the far-reaching effects of a global economy in the grips of continued, unpredictable disruption, while at the same time many industries – life sciences being a significant one – are grappling with their own unique challenges and growing pains. A double whammy, so to speak. The upshot is that businesses must build resilience, a tolerance for ambiguity, and the ability to focus on
Billions of people use Facebook and Instagram every day to connect with family and friends worldwide, but these social commerce platforms have evolved into powerful sales channels. Social commerce has become a new way to boost sales and reach new shoppers, giving them the option to purchase directly from those channels. It creates a smooth transition for consumers, which is why a high-quality catalog is necessary and imperative. Detailed product information helps drive discovery and consideration but also improves the buyer experience. Product titles and descriptions are essential since it’s
Walmart has grown into a globally recognized brand and dramatically changed the retail landscape since opening its first store in 1962. In fact, because 90% of Americans live within 10 miles of a Walmart store, it has become the go-to retailer for in-store shopping. Walmart launched its online marketplace in 2009 to create a trusted and transparent platform to ensure customer and brand loyalty. Its presence in ecommerce has made it the world’s largest omnichannel retailer and provided merchants the opportunity to sell their products on their marketplace in front
More than 3.4 billion people use Facebook every month to connect with friends and the brands they love. And as of 2021, Instagram has 1 billion users worldwide. These digital platforms have grown exponentially and have become staple marketing channels and now shopping marketplaces for today’s merchants. The way consumers shop has drastically changed. Selling across multiple channels has become more of a necessity as omnichannel shopping is the “new normal” now. Social commerce channels such as Facebook and Instagram should be part of your omnichannel strategy to promote your
Conversions on mobile apps are 3x higher compared to traditional websites; and a staggering 47% of consumers are now using mobile apps,” Stated Zeke Hamdani, Director of Web Services at Celerant Technology. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (PRWEB) September 22, 2021 Celerant Technology, a leading provider of innovative retail solutions, is proud to announce its latest product offering for retailers- mobile apps for online shopping. Available for iOS™ and Android™, retailers can launch a Celerant app to expand their omnichannel strategy, and deliver a personal, interactive and fast shopping experience on any
For many ecommerce businesses, the holiday season is the busiest time of year. Whether it’s freshening up your landing pages, creating brand awareness with your holiday marketing campaigns, finding others ways to target new customers and everything in between, the list of tasks seems endless. However, business owners and marketers alike understand it’s an opportunity to strike big and the final chance to boost sales before the new year. The holiday shopping season formally begins with Black Friday and Cyber Monday and leads up to the slew of December holidays,
Butterflies. We all know that feeling. The swirly, gooey, fluttery feeling that tumbles in our stomachs when something exciting is about to happen. Maybe it’s a first date, maybe it’s an interview for a dream job, maybe it’s Christmas morning and we, as little kids, ran and jumped our way down to the Christmas tree before everyone was awake. Pits. We all know that feeling too. A pit in the stomach is heavy, burdensome, lethargic, dragging us down in our core when something we wait anxiously for something to happen.
FourKites, a leading real-time supply chain visibility platform, has announced that Zebra Technologies Corporation, an innovator at the front line of business with solutions and partners that deliver a performance edge, will be reselling FourKites’ Dynamic Yard and real-time visibility platform as part of its suite of asset visibility solutions. Used by some of the largest logistics operators in the world, Zebra’s MotionWorks Yard solution will now combine Dynamic Yard with Zebra locationing hardware and professional services. MotionWorks Yard will continue to be sold directly by Zebra and through select
Global logistics services provider Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL) said this week it has inked an agreement to acquire Mainz, Germany-based global ocean freight forwarding services provider J.F. Hillebrand Group and its related subsidiaries for roughly $1.5 billion (EUR).Established in 1844, J.F. Hillenbrand is a global service provider, focusing on ocean freight forwarding, transport, and logistics for beverages, non-hazardous, bulk liquids, and other products requiring special care. DHL said that over the last 12 months, J.F. Hillenbrand generated revenue of around $1.4 billion (EUR), will ship roughly 500,00 TEU (Twenty-Foot
Seattle-based digital freight network Convoy said today it has made an upgrade to its Convoy Go program, in the form of a new power-only service for private fleets.Introduced in April 2019, Convoy Go is a drop & hook marketplace that enables any United States-based carrier or owner-operator to begin hauling pre-loaded trailers and be able to operate at the same level as large asset-based carriers. Convoy officials said that its new power-only service through Convoy Go provides private fleets with nationwide capacity to haul pre-loaded and empty dry van trailers.