October 22, 2020

When it comes to logistics data, it’s hard to see how we could work without it. Literally, in the case of Capacity, as it cuts to the core of everything we do and the value proposition we offer to our clients.

In a recent interview with supply chain software experts Tecsys, our CSO Thom Campbell highlights the essential nature of data and metrics to our services. Continue reading Logistics Data and Decision-Making: The Importance of Metrics

March 3, 2020

What does a disruptive business model mean for stakeholders associated with the existing way of doing things? The continuing rise of DTC brands (Direct-to-Consumer) poses that very question to those of us working with established retailers with increasing urgency, as a sector already uprooted by the demands of eCommerce works out how to handle another important shift.   

We’ve previously covered DTC’s expanding influence on many sectors, but the insights gleaned from some time at Rutgers University here in New Jersey last week are too good to keep to ourselves! Continue reading The Rise of DTC Brands Brings New Marketing and Fulfillment Challenges

December 4, 2018

Amazon has been in the headlines a lot this fall. From lower-than-expected earnings to advanced speculation - and subsequent uproar - over the location(s) of HQ2, the e-commerce giant has experienced its fair share of controversy.

Even against this flurry of reporting, few announcements have been more divisive than the company's move to give its workers in the U.S. a minimum wage of $15 per hour. If it seems strange that a wage rise would lead to negative press, it's time to look a little closer at what the company is proposing.

As in other questionable cases with Amazon, not everything is as compelling as it might seem on the surface.

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November 9, 2018

A quick browse around our site is enough to show that the Capacity team is drawn from many different countries and cultures.

However, the topic of diversity and inclusion at Capacity runs deeper than a few pictures, which is one of the reasons we held a panel discussion on the subject earlier this year.

Beyond the broad themes of hiring a diverse workforce and bringing everyone into the fold, we wanted to take the time to explain these ideas in the context of Capacity. Continue reading Diversity & Inclusion: The Capacity Way