Cadre Technologies will be holding an in-person user conference, along with FOG Software sister companies this fall – September 19-22, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. The Converge User Conference is an opportunity to ensure that customers are getting the most value out of their company's investment and are able to accomplish their goals more efficiently. This event allows them to learn more about the products, updates to come in the future and network with other customers and partners. Also, to learn best practices from the Cadre team and fellow customers.
“Just as electricity transformed almost everything 100 years ago, today I actually have a hard time thinking of an industry that I don’t think AI (Artificial Intelligence) will transform in the next several years.” ~Andrew Ng
“The pandemic was a stress test that uncovered many weaknesses and faults in retailers’ operations,” according to Orlee Tal, CEO of Stor.ai, “We are seeing a growing number of retailers reassessing their current systems and working to deploy the next generation of e-commerce capabilities that blend the digital and physical shopping experiences. It’s now about customer-first commerce.”
As the vaccine is distributed to more and more of the population, will we see a shift back to in person shopping, or will we continue to see a rise in online shopping? With the convenience of online shopping and consumers having access to so many different products at the click of a button, will they want to return to stores? Here is part 2 of the series.
COVID-19 has changed the world in many ways, including how we shop and where we shop. Ecommerce shopping has increased exponentially. Things have changed, but will they go back to how things were before the pandemic or has these trends changed the way we shop for time to come? With new technology being developed, the industry will continue to evolve and adapt as trends change. Here is part one of this series.
As eCommerce continues to grow exponentially along with two-day, next day, and same day delivery methods becoming the standard; a faster more dynamic way of picking is required. One of the factors that has led to the demand for faster shipping times is the introduction of Amazon Prime. This membership, which offers 2-day shipping for its products, was launched in 2005 and now has over 150 Million members.
We made it through the holidays through the Black Friday rush and the sales leading up to Christmas Day. As online continues to be the shopping method of choice, it is important to have a system in place that can keep up with the demand. As orders slow from the holidays, now is a great time evaluate software, equipment, and processes. What is working well and what is not working so well. From a business and warehouse operations standpoint, your Warehouse Management System (WMS) is the core foundation to enabling the success of your company. Here are some questions to ask yourself when evaluating your current WMS.
This year has come with a lot of challenges and changes to our everyday lives and along with that changes within the supply chain as well to keep up with shifting demands and trends. Some of the trends will probably stick around for a while, while others will probably adapt and change as time goes on. We have compiled a list of our top blogs of 2020. Here’s to a happy holiday season however you are celebrating it and a new year to come to start fresh.
Surging Ecommerce Trends Strengthened by the Pandemic are Increasing Profitability in the Cold Storage Sector
Food warehousing and transportation has been happening for a long time, but advances in technology and foods safety; supply chains have progressed to meet the changing demands of consumers and businesses. As we have seen from the pandemic, expectations are high when it comes to product choices and availability, and consumers because quickly displeased when those needs aren’t met. Cold Storage is now one of the hottest topics in commercial real estate.
At the beginning of the pandemic, warehouses were trying to navigate through changes put in place to keep workers safe, as time went on, companies were able to figure out what worked and what didn’t work.