Delivery Logistics Industry Thought and Leadership
A Growing Retail Ecosystem Must Come Together For An Economy Of Scale
Everyone has been focused on retailers growing their digital business, but they are not the only ones. All the players in this order fulfillment ecosystem must ask themselves if they are built for the scale that’s coming their way.
The Retailer Barrier: Scale for Survival, but Orchestrate for Success
Retailers are starting to realize that with foot traffic dramatically decreasing they need to digitize immediately. Today’s new normal is driving digitalization, transformation, omnichannel delivery and unified commerce systems. If in the past, curbside was a nice to have, free delivery was a differentiator and BOPIS was a secondary channel, this is no longer the case. It’s a retail storm out there, and only those with the most immediate offerings and digital presence will survive. Sadly not all retailers are there, some.
Scaling Last Mile Operations in the Face of Digital Disruption
As a retailer, you should be asking yourself, how do we make digital profitable? Where do we save on delivery costs, and how can we become more operationally efficient? And of course, most importantly, how do we take this to scale? More within.
Purchasing vs In-house Delivery Logistics Software: To Build or Not to Build
This post explores the key issues that businesses must consider when choosing to build or buy logistics software.
A Digital Lifeline for SMBs, and How we are Helping
To provide greater value to SMBs and Mid-market companies, we will focus on growing our network and connecting with more e-commerce platforms to make it even easier for any business to turn digital and gain back some of what has been taken by giants.
A few months ago, Marketing came up with a creative idea... At every tradeshow I went to, I would interview industry leaders and share them with you on my blog... then Corona happened and here we are with Zoom interviews.
Technology Solutions to COVID-19’s Logistics Challenges
Enterprise retailers, restaurants, grocers and pharmacies are turning to these fulfillment solutions to supplement their limited delivery capacity.
No Contact Delivery in 2020: Ensuring Safety Through Technology
This post will look at the current demand for contactless delivery, the challenges behind setting it up, and how businesses can use existing technologies to offer fast, safe, contactless delivery.
An Open Letter to Our Community During COVID-19
The safety and health of our families, communities, customers, and employees is of utmost importance to us, at Bringg, and we believe that while we adapt to a period of uncertainty, we must always remain socially responsible.
The commoditization of same day and next day delivery
e-Commerce customer expectations have altered our consumer habits so that today, we ask ourselves why can’t everything be delivered like that?
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.