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Office: 770.541.1700
380 Interstate North Parkway SE
Suite 210 • Atlanta, GA 30339
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Office: 443.917.4900
5950 Symphony Woods Road
Suite 609 • Columbia, MD 21044
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Office: 843.867.2242
25 Calhoun Street
Suite 270 • Charleston, SC 29401
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Office: 704.856.3056
2137 South Boulevard
Suite 200 • Charlotte, NC 28203
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Office: 281.310.8900
5424 Katy Freeway
Suite 200 • Houston, TX 77007
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Office: 317.308.2700 Fax: 317.308.2701
325 S. Alabama Street
Suite 200 • Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Office: 904.539.9766
820 N. Hwy A1A
Suite W18 • Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
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Office: 901.440.4711
6363 Poplar Avenue
Suite 240 • Memphis, TN 38119
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New York

Office: 914.821.5527
44 S Broadway
Suite 1003 • White Plains, NY 10601
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Office: 610.234.0070
200 N. Warner Road
Suite 430 • King of Prussia, PA 19406
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Office: 804.215.3306
3440 W Clay Street
Richmond, VA 23230
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Salt Lake City

Office: 385.479.9753
155 North 400 West
Suite 310 • Salt Lake City, UT 84103
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Office: 919.573.9824
4000 Westchase Blvd
Suite 450 • Raleigh, NC 27607
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Food Distribution: Dishing Up E-Commerce Success

At ARCO Design/Build, we are always looking for ways to add value to our partners and to companies that we strive to build a relationship with.  If there is any content that I believe can be beneficial to help with your operations and to help grow your business, I want to ensure that you have access to this content in case you and your team can find value within the information.

From an article I read recently about the changing logistics within the food distributor sector, I picked a short list of “organizational imperatives that can help food retailers and manufacturers accelerate omni-channel success.”  These six imperatives were devised from The FMI-Nielsen Digital Readiness Assessment Survey and in-depth interviews across many grocery retailers and manufacturers:

  • Merge digital and in-store shelf capabilities. Manage the physical shelf and its digital counterpart to create a seamless shopping experience, where consumers see the same information both online and offline.
  • Align organizational structures. Integrate digital offerings in parallel with brick-and-mortar operations.
  • Address discrepant datasets. Scrub master data files for discrepancies; strong data and accuracy are critical components to successfully support online sale efforts.
  • Integrate forecasts to increase operational efficiencies.
  • Integrate online and offline forecasting so the right amount of inventory is available to meet orders through either channel.
  • Optimize shopper insights. Bring retailer and manufacturer shopper information together into a single, comprehensive view of customer insights.
  • Improve marketing and promotions. Optimize the management of omni-channel marketing and promotions.

Read the Full Article at the Source:  The Changing Logistics of Grocery Delivery: It’s In The Bag