Good cyber security in logistics is all about viewing the complete system. Let’s say that you are trying to ensure maximum security in an office. You might, therefore, be sure to run lots of red teams/blue team simulations, to hire pen-testers, to keep your software all up-to-date, and to train your staff in identifying potential security risks.
As with shopping for most business services, the stakes for selecting an outsourced fulfillment services vendor are extremely high. The selected fulfillment company will store all of your product, pick and pack shipments to customers, and generally serve as the entire back end of your company. This is an enormous responsibility, not to mention that if things end up going wrong, changing providers is beyond difficult. So choosing the best fulfillment Center for your specific needs that will perform high quality work is critical to not only the success of your business but also the minimization of any potential disasters or headaches with logistics.
Transport Management Systems (also called TMS) is something that a lot of smaller businesses haven’t yet thought of implementing. Most larger logistics companies already have some form of Transport Management System in place to make things run faster and easier – and you’re losing out if your smaller business is still “getting around to it.”
As you may already know, shipping is a key factor when it comes to eCommerce. Poor shipping performance can lead to slumps in your sales and deter would-be customers. The thing is, many online consumers aren’t sure which to prioritize — fast shipping or free shipping. In this guide, we’re going to take a look at both sides of the coin and see which one matters most to consumers. Let’s get right into it.