Keeping up with digital sales demand

Tim Crighton • 3/31/2021

Edge Magazine Digital Sales

Digital sales, also known as e-commerce, have been growing steadily over the past several years. According to Internet Retailer, consumers worldwide spent nearly $3.46 trillion online in 2019, up from $2.93 trillion in 2018. In 2020, this number grew to an impressive $3.914 trillion, according to Business Insider, due to more people shopping from home during the global pandemic. 

This uptick in sales has upped the ante for these companies to deliver faster, cheaper and better products—especially when customers are used to getting what they want, when they want it. 

This article addresses:  

  • Shifting fulfilment tactics 
  • Adding micro fulfillment centers 
  • Focusing on core products 
  • Regionalizing operations 
  • Automating solutions 
  • Utilizing cobot applications
  • Providing omni-channel solutions 

How do companies keep up with digital sales demand?  

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