Nothing is more important in today’s fast-paced omnichannel retail market than efficient and accurate fulfillment methods. With more and more companies pulling from many different sources for their products, then selling those products in both online and offline channels, it is imperative that all involved parties’ inventory data is accurate. Standardization of data is key in these dynamic business environments, and that’s where electronic data interchange (EDI) comes in. A well-tuned, automated, and integrated fulfillment solution helps companies meet supply and demand needs in the complex digital retail environment. It does this with the agility to quickly adjust, increase accuracy, and enhance invoicing, packing, ordering, and sales.
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by SalesPad, www.salespad.com
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