How to accelerate direct-to-consumer profits in an omnichannel world What does speed-to-sale mean?It‘s your job to have the product ready to go to market. It‘s your ecommerce fulfillment center‘s job to increase the speed, accuracy and efficiency of every step in the sales process: from ordering to processing to delivery. ‘Speed to market‘ is a  The post Speed to Sale appeared first on .
Navigating the many ways to sell on one of the world‘s largest digital marketplaces Everyone wants to sell on Amazon-and for good reason. As of 2017, the online juggernaut had an estimated 65 million Prime members, who each spend an average of 2,486 per year.1 Is it any wonder that at least 21 public companies  The post A Seller‘s Guide to Amazon appeared first on .
How TAGG helps DevaCurl drive direct-to-consumer sales True to its name, DevaCurl provides hair care products that help women celebrate their curls. In this New York-based company‘s own words, ‘We help women believe in the very simple idea of loving their curls in their own way. It‘s not dogma, it‘s Deva.‘ The popularity of Deva‘s  The post Triple-digit growth: appeared first on .
The Chief Technology Officer of TAGG Logistics recently had the pleasure of guest speaking at the FOG Software User Conference. The FOG Software Group acquires, builds and manages businesses in key vertical markets, including software companies serving a specific industry sector. Here at TAGG, we utilize Cadre Technologies as our Warehouse Management System, one of  The post TAGG Attends FOG Software User Conference appeared first on .
TAGG Logistics is pleased to announce, for the third year in a row, the successful completion of the NSF International Audit. The NSF audit is a warehouse and distribution center food safety, sanitation and quality audit that focuses on daily practices and overall operations of the fulfillment center. The NSF audit plays a critical role  The post TAGG Logistics Successfully Completes NSF International Audit appeared first on .
‘Thanks for stopping in now go somewhere else!‘ Why Would a Brand‘s Website Not Sell Any Products? I like to fish. So imagine there was a brand of fishing equipment that I wanted to learn more about and possibly buy. I drive to the brand‘s store and go in and browse, asking questions and looking  The post You Can‘t Buy that Here! appeared first on .
Growing brand engagement in the expanding direct-to-consumer marketplace The linear model no longer rules For generations, the relationship between manufacturer and consumer was clear: Manufacturers made products, stored them in warehouses-and then brick-and-mortar stores bought and resold them to consumers. But that slowly began to change in the 1990s, with the advent of online shopping.  The post Winning in the New World appeared first on .
Our very own, Tod Yazdi, was recently published in Multichannel Merchant for his recent article regarding brands and the digital marketplace. Too often nowadays, there are many brands that have a robust site to interact with consumers, but then push the actual buying experience to another digital marketplace. ‘Thanks for stopping in now go somewhere  The post Why Would a Brand‘s Website Not Sell Any Products? appeared first on .
Meeting the challenge of working with multiple digital marketplaces Making diversity work for you Both online and offline, consumers shop at different retailers for different reasons based on their individual habits. Some will shop online and buy at a brick-and-mortar store. Others will do exactly the opposite. The goal for every manufacturer is to discover  The post Selling Everywhere appeared first on .
Best practices for a booming sales opportunity Taking a page from DTC success 2017 was the ‘Year of the Online Purchase,‘ according to Inc.com. And for good reason: record after record was broken-including such milestone events as Black Friday, which saw a groundbreaking 5.03 billion in online sales. Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday sales were no  The post Direct to Business appeared first on .