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In a rapidly evolving retail landscape, agility in logistics is key. Find a decentralized shipping model that works for you based on your business priorities.

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The push to modernize logistics processes has quickly accelerated during the pandemic. Retailers have seen drastic impacts on their supply chain operations as customers shift even more heavily toward e-commerce.

Many companies have been thrust into the future faster than expected and are ready to change their supply chain strategies. At the same time, they are struggling to identify the priorities that will most benefit their business.

One concept on the rise is decentralized fulfillment. This idea, made up of different shipping and logistics models, puts goods closer to the end buyer and allows for faster, more seamless order fulfillment.

To be competitive and agile in a quick-changing business environment, it is critical for businesses to understand and invest in decentralized technology and supply chain solutions.

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  1. [1]USPS commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a research study with 317 U.S. decision-makers in e-commerce, marketing and supply chain with authority around logistics, fulfillment and marketing in April 2020.
  2. [2]Ibid.
  3. [3]Ibid.
  4. [4]Ibid.
  5. [5]Ibid.
  6. [6]Ibid.
  7. [7]Ibid.

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