Delivery Logistics Industry
Thought and Leadership

 

Amazon is Eating Up the American Economy – and Fedex is Fighting Back

Amazon is slowly but surely using its resources to knock over other pieces of the game. Here's what retailers, 3PLs, and other marketplace players can do about it.

Evaluating Dispatch Software: 7 Must-Have Features

The right dispatching software can help companies provide the delivery experience that shippers and end-customers expect, while remaining cost-effective.

Solving the Challenges of Last Mile Logistics: 5 Critical Steps

With businesses increasingly offering more and better delivery options, optimizing last mile logistics operations is an imperative. Here are the 5 key steps to take.

Cutting Down on Last Mile Delivery Costs: 3 Leading Strategies

In order to reduce delivery costs and keep your customers happy, start thinking less about expenses, and more about improving efficiency, from the moment the order is placed until it’s delivered.

Dropshipping as a Business Model: Weighing the Pros and Cons

Dropshipping has become an increasingly popular business model - but is it right for your business?

Infographic: Retailers and the Last Mile

We surveyed retail executives about their delivery operations, last mile business models, and new technologies. Here's how they responded.

Guy Bloch and Eyefortransport: Forecasts in Last-Mile Delivery (Podcast)

Bringg's CEO Guy Bloch talks with Eyefortransport about delivery challenges, opportunities, and how to gain a competitive advantage.

Amazon’s One-Day Delivery: What it Means for Retailers

3 takeaways on Amazon's announcement and what it says about the market, consumers, and retail today.

Data-Driven Deliveries: 5 Types of KPIs That Directly Impact Your Business

The right data and KPIs can provide invaluable insights into delivery operations. We’ve identified the five types of KPIs that businesses are overlooking the most.

What McDonald’s $300M Acquisition Says About Data in Retail

McDonalds’ acquisition is not a bet on where the world of commerce is going, but rather a highly intelligent reaction to the way commerce works today.

Delivery in the Age of Amazon: Introduction

Online retail and online purchasing have digitized as far as they could without requiring similar disruptive changes in the offline world - but if businesses want to compete in the age of Amazon, that has to change fast.

How Brands are Leveraging Direct-to-Consumer Sales and Deliveries to Secure Customer Loyalty

Brands which once sold primarily through other channels are embracing direct to consumer sales and deliveries in order to own the customer experience and introduce profitable new business models.