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Ruby Has Fulfillment Announces New Partnerships with Brightpearl and Happy Returns
New Partnerships with Brightpearl and Happy Returns Streamline Operations and Returns for Ruby Has Clients Ruby Has Fulfillment recently announced new partnerships with Brightpearl and Happy Returns. All three companies have a strong history of providing technology enabled services.
Overtime Selects Ruby Has for Logistics and Fulfillment Services
We’re thrilled to announce another DTC apparel and consumer products addition to our client roster! Backed by Jeff Bezos, Drake and 25+ NBA players, Overtime is the next generation of sports fans. With a community of more than 50 million.
Ruby Has Fulfillment Launches DTC Consortium and Think Tank
One of the biggest topics in retailing today is the rise of the Direct-to-Consumer model. The ease of visiting a website, choosing favorite products from brands directly, and having them delivered quickly is very appealing to consumers. The.
My 2021 Supply Chain Buzzword: SCALE
By Esther Kestenbaum Prozan Recently, Inbound Logistics magazine asked me what I think the supply chain buzzword of 2021 is. I didn’t have to think twice about my answer: SCALE. Retail continues its radical transformation. It used to.
Fulfillment by Amazon: Is It Right for Your Business?
Factors to Consider When Selecting a Fulfillment Partner By Esther Kestenbaum Prozan Everyone knows the retail behemoth that is Amazon, but not everyone knows Amazon also has a fulfillment arm to their business. Sellers can use Amazon for processing.
4 Ways Retailers Can Successfully Scale Their Supply Chains
By Matthew Carpentieri – On Quadpay For any business, scaling up represents an exciting period that can come with growing pains. As you expand your business and the volume of orders grows, managing your supply chain and keeping up with order fulfillment.
Transitioning from a Fulfillment Provider That’s Not Working for Your Business
With the rise of direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands, it has never been as important to prepare and ship orders at a near perfect level, in order to delight customers and prevent poor shipping experiences that lead to negative reviews and press..
A Guide to Ecommerce Shipping
By Megan Wenzl – Linnworks On paper, ecommerce shipping sounds simple. After all, getting a product your customer ordered into their hands — or at least to their doorstep — is what you do. If you’re in ecommerce, you’ve done.