Learn how today’s leading retailers are expanding assortments and improving customer service levels while increasing revenue—not overhead. Leading experts share how enterprise dropship impacts C-level retailer executive decisions on operations, merchandising, marketing and customer service In this webinar, we'll cover: -Enterprise Dropship: Myth vs. Reality -Impact of Dropship on the C-Suite -Drive Change In Your Organization by Optimizing Dropship
Fox Luggage, a California-based suitcase manufacturer and distributor, has partnered with DiCentral’s cloud-based EDI platform to ensure smoother and more efficient supply chain process.
A study from DiCentral found 87 percent experienced increased revenue and 84 percent improved customer service after adopting drop shipping.
Steve Scala writes in a guest column for InnovationMap that dropshipping is only going to gain traction in the industry.
As retailers look to ramp up omnichannel capabilities, dropshipping is poised to be cemented as a valuable tool for the foreseeable future of retail.
Gecko Jewellery has partnered with DiCentral, a leading global provider of B2Bi Managed Services to streamline their ordering processes, and position the company for growth into additional markets.
DiCentral recently partnered with Lehigh University to conduct a study of modern consumer buying behaviors – and how global retailers and manufacturers are adapting to these behaviors.
Retailers and suppliers both believe they’re benefiting from the practice of drop shipping online orders, according to a study from Lehigh University.
High degree of electronic collaboration is benefiting retailers and manufacturers but 46% of retailers are reluctant or unable to share e-commerce sales forecasts with manufacturers.
What makes dropship work? More than 180 retailer and manufacturer participants share their struggles, triumphs and frustrations with this increasingly common fulfillment method. Find out what works.
Manufacturers are able to sell expensive and slower moving items through more retailers thanks to dropshipping, allowing the listing of high-price items without risk of storing inventory off-site.
A new study from DiCentral and Lehigh University details the supply chain impact felt by retailers and manufacturers in the rapid development of e-commerce.
Retailers and manufacturers that have adopted a high degree of electronic collaboration have benefited most from drop shipping, according to a new study.
Supply chain implications of online shopping & dropship from the perspectives of over 180 C-level executives, VPs, and senior managers in both retail and Consumer Product Goods (CPG) manufacturing.
New study from Lehigh University shows that retailers are expanding their virtual inventory without incurring additional carrying and fulfillment costs by utilizing dropship programs.
DiCentral Partners with Lehigh University on Research Examining the Transformational Supply Chain Challenges Retailers & Manufacturers Face in the New Online Retail Reality
With special guest Zach Zacharia, Ph.D., of Lehigh University.