Why Replenishment is Keeping Supply Chain Execs Up at Night

October 2, 2014 Bob Heaney

By Bob Heaney

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In today’s modern warehouse, 94% of all distribution companies are looking to either enhance existing, or implement new dynamic and interactive, warehouse processes. But one area that is often overlooked, or pushed off until the last minute, is replenishment.

Omni-channel replenishment is inherently dynamic and event-driven. Web orders and ecommerce sales tendered before 2:00pm typically require fulfillment and shipping to occur on the same day.

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Source: Aberdeen Group

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