This step-by-step guide covers order fulfillment basics, best practices and common mistakes to avoid
(PRUnderground) September 14th, 2021
Maropost, leader in the ecommerce and multi-channel marketing software space, releases an exclusive an “Ecommerce fulfillment done right” guide just in time for the busy holiday season.
With this guide, online merchants will be able to critically assess their current fulfillment end to end process – from a sale to delivery. The guide will walk them through some steps they can take to optimize this process, identify some typical mistakes and present solutions for each of them.
The guide is packed with useful information about inventory management, picking and packing, shipping, delivering and making customers happy. It also raises the importance of inefficient processes and their effect on revenue and bottom line.
To illustrate the benefits of a cohesive process, the guide presents an ideal order management workflow, warehouse optimization layouts, and even includes a retail calendar to help online sellers prepare for the holiday season.
The guide is available for free here.
Maropost is on a mission to revolutionize the way Marketing and eCommerce Automation work together.
By providing companies with Marketing Cloud and Commerce Cloud, Maropost allows B2C organizations to streamline their audience engagement, customer acquisition and revenue growth. The company serves customers across multiple channels, such as email and mobile/SMS marketing automation and ecommerce, while providing unparalleled inbox deliverability, advanced reporting and industry-leading audience building and customer journeys.
Founded in 2011 by Ross Andrew Paquette, Maropost has been featured in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list multiple years in a row and recognized over the years as the best way to simplify marketing automation, by also adding advanced ecommerce functionalities.
For more information, please Visit Maropost.com!
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