Delivery Logistics Industry
Thought and Leadership

 

If Amazon is writing the industry rules, is it a fair game?

Imagine a world in which retailers connect to an open integrated logistics platform, push their inventory as close as possible to their customers, use a variety of fleets to deliver and create exceptional customer experiences at scale.

The Retail Fight: Amazon vs Everyone Else

Retailers need to level the playing field, to offer an alternative and ensure the consumer has options

3 Tips to Overcome Environmental Regulations Impacting Urban Delivery

3 operational tips to meet growing deliveries in regulated cities.

Delivery Logistics: The 2019 trends that will shape 2020

Here are some of the key events in 2019 that will be pivotal in shaping delivery this year.

Product Feature Spotlight: Powering Full Visibility Into Your Inventory Through the Last Mile

How successfully businesses manage their mobile inventory can be the difference between an exceptional customer experience or a bad review.

What Will Retail Delivery Mean for Your Business in 2020?

In 2020, it will be imperative for retailers to meet customers wherever they shop with exceptional experiences. To remain competitive, you'll need to you’ll need to catch up on these two things.

This holiday season, same-day deliveries are often the greenest option. Here’s why.

Delivering locally isn’t just about sustainability. It can be the most efficient way for some businesses to successfully pull off same-day deliveries.

Expect more, pay less with Target’s Same-Day Delivery

Target may have cracked the code on delivering exceptional digital experiences. Here's how they're doing it.

The Challenges of Creating B2B Products in a B2C World

To design, develop and deploy a great product today, you’ll have to think about it - its market, capabilities, and user experience - not from a purely B2C or B2B approach, but from a combination of the two.

Nike Tells Amazon, We’ll Just Do It Ourselves

Without the superior delivery experience offered by Amazon, will consumers shopping with Nike, transition to buyers at checkout?

With Amazon Fresh delivery now free, Grocers must bet on convenience to keep customers happy

Amazon is betting on fast, free delivery and is willing to lose money on it in order to gain market share. Here’s what Grocers can do to keep their market share and relevance.

How to Do More With Less in the Last Mile

Want to help your shippers successfully compete in an evolving delivery world? Start by making sure you can answer these critical questions.