It’s become clear to shoppers everywhere that the agency they get as a result of online shopping provides a much better experience. The ability to browse products and their unique features, sort products based on their qualities, and even get ahead of sales as a result of retailer newsletters are all huge elements of what continues to drive online shopping. The issue for retailers entering the space in hopes to claim some of its market share for themselves, however, is keeping up with the shipping capabilities of the larger players in the market. These retailers are met with plenty of resistance and competition, namely Amazon. Every retailer will have to compete with Amazon’s product offering at some point, but what they’re truly competing with are the warehousing and fulfilment capabilities of such a retail giant. Online shopping would be nowhere without the ability to process and fulfil orders, which is where Amazon truly strives. How can smaller retailers hope to keep up the pace? Learn more about the ways in which retailers are approaching the warehousing and fulfillment processes of their organizations through the information shared in the resource coupled alongside this post.