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, 25. Feb 2015
These days we regularly buy food, clothes, toys, music and much more online. Moreover, our day-to-day online purchases are normally not really worth a blog post. Some people however, chose to purchase quite different items online and the possibilities are endless, as it seems! Check out the top 3 of the world`s most expensive online purchases.
Roland Martin, 30. Jan 2015
In order to cope with the online sales volume and the double-digit growth in China, Alibaba and the like are facing challenges in selecting the most suitable warehousing strategy.
Darren Edwards, 16. Jan 2015
Swisslog recently installed the AutoStore solution within a fulfilment centre at ‘Catch of the Day’. ABC Australia TV network didn't miss the chance to intoduce the solution.
Ralf Buechner, 07. Jan 2015
Online shoppers expect their purchase to be delivered within 24 hours, or better yet, on the same day. The changing customer demands require forward-thinking innovative and flexible logistics concepts, says Ralf Büchner, Director Global Solution Management E-Commerce at Swisslog.
James Sharples, 17. Dec 2014
Viewing a customer’s business from every angle - a 360 degree service – can provide real insight into operational needs, says Swisslog UK MD, James Sharples.
Daniel Martin, 05. Dec 2014
A form of extreme discounting, flash sales originated in France and are now spreading around the world. The phenomenon tells us a lot about what brands do to manage their stock, whilst keeping their brand value high and maximise income.
Malte Polzin, 20. Nov 2014
Have you ever tried to purchase a product online only to find it trickier than you expected? Why do they do that? Strategic consultant, Malte Polzin, believes he knows why...
Brian Whale, 12. Nov 2014
Every year, the jam-packed offerings of online stores are tempting more and more people to do their Christmas shopping from the comfort of their home instead of on the crowded high street. For online retailers, the run-up to Christmas usually delivers the highest sales of the year. However, only those companies who prepare early and respond rapidly can take advantage of seasonal trends, says Brian Whale.
Bill Leber, 08. Oct 2014
'RT' if you find it impossible to go out for milk and only come back with milk. - @sainsburys
Brian Whale, 15. Sep 2014
Most of us are now completely comfortable with the idea of home delivery. Our demands and expectations and are even pushing order to delivery times to be yet shorter, but is this a new phenomenon? Brian Whale, Senior Logistics Consultant, at Swisslog (UK) remembers the days when a home delivery looked very different to today’s complex fulfilment services.
Jens Nikolai, 01. Sep 2014
Swisslog Australia's Consultant, Jens Nikolai, discusses the perennial issue of Returns Logistics. Just when you think you have the multi-channel order intake, picking and delivery operation under control, things start coming back…
Michael Hattrick, 30. Jul 2014
The latest marketing tactics, capturing our attention when we are on the move, may reveal a little more about the future of retail. An award-winning campaign sees the convergence of innovative media and e-shopper marketing, in the process, solving a real business problem for a retail client.
Kyun Wi, 25. Jun 2014
Imagine a world where Suzie finds virtual shoes she likes on her friend’s social networking page. She buys the same shoes for her profile and decides she would like them for real. During a break at work, she visits a store, tries on the shoes, buys them and gets them delivered to her home. This is just one of many scenarios for the year 2020.
Jens Nikolai, 02. May 2014
Imagine: Going down to the kitchen in the morning, grabbing a coffee, putting on your 3D goggles and diving into the virtual world of shopping centers via fingertip and voice recognition. 10 minutes later, the grocery shopping is done and will be delivered later that day.
Walter Bouwman, 12. Apr 2014
How could a mere human change the world so that they’re able to, say, write these words on a touchscreen device, connected to nothing more than a pair of headphones and miles from the nearest desk?