10 things eft’s been reading this week

Not just a buzzword anymore

Omnichannel is no longer a buzzword, it matters as consumers transition across to e-commerce but keep one foot firmly in their most well-loved stores. This week’s 10 things takes a look at some of the companies looking at omnichannel retailing and upgrading their supply chains to match its demands as well as perspectives from around the industry.

Abercrombie & Fitch Embraces Omnichannel To Save Their Struggling Company. [Forbes]

Omni-channel’s weakest link. [Packaging World]

The Store’s Role in Omni-Channel. [Logistics Viewpoints]

Total Omni-Channel Logistics Leaders: Top 5 Inventory Insights for 2018. [Logistics Management]

Comment: Supply chain should be an important customer experience channel. [Supply Chain Digital]

IKEA to go omnichannel, invest Rs 3,000 Cr in 3 fulfilment centres. {Entrackr)

RFID can achieve near 100% order accuracy, study says. [Supply Chain Dive]

Brooks Brothers Modernizes its Supply Chain to Improve Customer Experience. [RIS]

Creating Omnichannel Retail Insight To Drive Competitive Advantage. [Retail Touchpoints]

Store Delivery Keeps Retailers in the Game. [Inbound Logistics]

If you would like to learn more about omnichannel operations in the supply chain then The 4th Annual Dynamic Distribution Disruption – Retail USA 2019 is the place to be, as it is packed with insights from brands such as Amazon, Walgreens, JD.com and Target.

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