25.-28.2. 2018 proběhla ve Phoenixu konference zaměřená na Supply Chain Management v Retailu. Sešli se prakticky všechny současné špičky jak kamenného retailu tak ecommerce světa. A níže jsou sepsány ty nejinspirativnější příspěvky.
“We plan to open 165 distribution centers including 40 flatbed facilities & 25 local facilities. $1.2Bn investment” – Home Depot
Home Depot isn’t trying to out-Amazon Amazon and be all things to all people. Their goal is to be the fastest, most efficient, and first option in home improvement.
Amazon looks at your cart as a “bag of data” — tells if consumer has a pet or is health conscious, etc.
Impressive fact: 80% of Americans live within 15 miles of a
ALIBABA INVESTS ANOTHER $1.3 BILLION INTO ITS OFFLINE RETAIL STRATEGY
Tremendous panel just now on how
@Walmart, using an @EXPD_Official tool that incorporates @Damco plans their carrier allocations 12 wks out. This isn’t “startup sexy” stuff, but it’s actual innovation and real collaboration between companies that are competitors.
Interesting case study here at
#RILASupplyChain: @Petco discussing how they’re piloting @Roadie for same day store-customer delivery or inventory repositioning. Roadie taps into latent “on-the-way” capacity using private vehicles.
Why did Amazon buy Whole Foods? Data + distribution says
Doug Stevens says “up to 25% of retail will be econmerce. Feels like it’s more.
56% of all retail decisions will invole mobile. Overall mobile to grow 10x.
Sona Chawla, COO,
@Kohls Corp. talks about renewal of retail. “Efficiency is the key differentiator for retailers today.”