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At Fulfillment Works, our experience across multiple industries has allowed us to gain valuable insights into the needs of our customers. We pride ourselves on delivering proven solutions for both B2C and B2B clients. This blog allows us to share best practices in logistics and ecommerce. Read on to learn tips for ecommerce sites, fulfillment solutions, and even more about Fulfillment Works. Check back often, or subscribe to our feed for the latest articles.

How to Have Smarter Inventory Management

Even if your ecommerce sales are through the roof, your success will be short-lived without capable inventory management. This is especially true if, like many of our customers, your wares extend across multiple marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, and even brick-and-mortar stores. To avoid stockouts or stagnation, it’s wise to invest in inventory management. More...

Improving your Reverse Logistics

Logistics management can be a challenge for many e-tailers, but reverse logistics can be even more complex. This was made even more apparent over the last holiday season when Forbes predicted as much as 10% of all holiday sales were returned. By investing in your reverse logistics system, you can minimize the cost of the return process and recoup lost profit from the returned product. Plus, customers love a smooth returns process, so your customer satisfaction can increase as well.  More...

Offering Ecommerce Subscription Services: Discovery vs. Convenience

Subscription-based commerce pre-dates ecommerce by decades, but that doesn’t mean you can’t combine the two into a successful business. More and more websites are adding subscription order services for their customers. The model may benefit your ecommerce site, but you first need to decide which type of subscription model to use. More...

How Can Amazon Prepare for Prime Air?

By now, you’ve probably heard about Amazon’s theoretical drone delivery system – Prime Air. Amazon is projecting that the delivery system will be ready sometime in 2015 – and they seem to be placing the onus of that projection on the FAA. While it’s true that the FAA will need to lay out some rules before commercial drones become widespread, they are not the only ones who have a lot of planning to do. Amazon’s idea of a drone delivery system still has a lot of kinks to work out, and they might need to collaborate with more than the FAA. More...