OMNI-CHANNEL FULFILLMENT

LeSaint’s Omni-channel fulfillment solution encompasses the management and execution of customer orders to all channels -- from DC’s to retail locations to consumers --- via all transportation modes.

How our Omni-channel fulfillment solution happens:

The solution begins with orders coming inbound from a variety of sources such as the web, phone, Electronic-Data-Interchange (EDI), XML, API and other protocols. Based on unique order requirements, goods and products are customized through different value-added services such as labeling, kitting, and POP display preparation into ‘retail-ready’ and ‘consumer-ready’ configurations. Finally, we deliver finished orders through our wide-breadth of transportation capabilities, whether it be to retailer DC’s, stores or direct-to-consumer via small parcel.

Our Omni-Channel Fulfillment solution is strategically designed to:

Manage Order Complexities:

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Facilitate a wide variety of order and SKU complexities

Perform Product Customizations:

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Postpone final product customizations closer to the end consumer

Generate efficiencies and cost savings:

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Reduce and integrate touch points across the supply chain for efficiency and cost savings

Webinar: Supply Chain & Transportation Play Crucial Role in Smart Home Success

The Smart Home technology category is set to surpass $19 billion in the US this year, according to Statista, which expects market volume to exceed $34 billion by 2022. The excitement around this technology has more manufacturers of traditional home products looking for ways to incorporate smart home features into their offerings.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

How key features & product enhancements are making traditional housewares & other consumer goods ‘smart home ready’. We will also share all you need to know about how supply chains and transportation networks are evolving in the smart home technology arena. Finally you will see how you can take advantage of this fast-growing industry by making key changes to your supply chain and transportation.

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