We’ve been at this for a long time. With more than 15 years in the fulfillment business and decades of collective experience in and around the supply chain, it’s fair to say we’ve seen our share of changes.
Capacity was founded in 1999, so we can claim to have operated in something of a pre-digital era — or, at least, a time when Wi-Fi wasn’t the first thing people asked about when they walked in the door!
The monthly series Ask Capacity focuses on questions from customers, service providers, and some good friends. We’ll take submissions via Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin, so feel free to ask our experts if you have a burning desire to learn about a particular fulfillment topic, supply chain trend, or even if you just want to know where to eat in the tri-state area!
We recently held a webinar to explore the fundamental elements of order fulfillment. Capacity’s co-founder and CSO Thom Campbell identified five key areas to focus on if you truly want to develop a fulfillment process that keeps customers coming back to your business time and time again.
Although the East coast weather refuses to admit it, we’ve finally reached the lively season of spring. After a series of challenging snow storms and the disruption they brought to delivery schedules, the first day of spring is something to celebrate.
As you try to remember what a warm day looks like and get back to all of those outdoor tasks that you’ve been putting off for months, why not take time to give your business supply chain a spring clean as well?
All this week we’ll be bringing you a selection of the vast (and we do mean V–A–S–T) array of electronics on display at CES 2015.
Capacity LLC’s Chief Strategy Office and co-founder Thom Campbell left the wintry weather on the East coast and successfully made his way to Las Vegas yesterday, ready to talk logistics tech with anyone facing supply chain challenges in the coming year.
We’ll be bringing you his best photo-journalism here, but for the deeper discussion around supply chain technology you’ll need to track down Thom at the event itself.