“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.
COVID-19 has required shoppers to wear masks, maintain social distancing measures, and walk down one-way aisles. At the beginning of the pandemic, many consumers shifted their shopping to online. According to Statista figures, “there were 227.5 million online shoppers in the US for 2020—approximately 88% of the adult population. This number is projected to climb even more, reaching an expected 230.5 million in 2021 and 278.3 million in 2024.”
The logistics industry is continually evolving to keep up with the latest technology and trends. This infographic will highlight a few of the trends that we are seeing.
Taking a look back...Cadre offers a comprehensive review of how the holidays affect 3PL logistics, warehouses and supply chain solutions. Check out some of our past holiday content below. From prepping for the rush, to tips and easy ways you can succeed (and increase your bottom line!), Cadre’s got you covered.
While still a minority, the number of female professional truck drivers is rising rapidly.
In just a few weeks, Fog Software Group will be hosting its biennial User Group for its companies and their customers.
As the parent company of Cadre Technologies, Cadre customers are invited to attend this User Group event packed with fun activities, networking opportunities and invaluable software trainings and seminars that will benefit users of the various software companies under Fog Software Group‘s portfolio.
The global supply chain was hit this year with an increased rate of disruptions, ranging from factory fires to extreme weather, according to a new report by Resilinc, a global provider of supply chain monitoring.