Enabling Remote Teams With ERP Integration

By Ruth Richter • June 24, 2020

Prior to March 2020, hiring managers were already in majority agreement that remote work among full-time employees was becoming more common, and would only continue to do so. According to one study, nearly 40 percent of full-time employees were expected to transition to a remote...

Technology Could be the Tipping Point for 3PLs Post-Pandemic

By Ruth Richter • June 17, 2020

Through the course of 2020, the landscape of the supply chain has completely changed. Enormous market shifts mean every industry’s supply chain has been impacted in some way, and many have been impacted in multiple ways. Supply and demand have radically shifted, leading to declines...

The High Cost of Ignoring Intercompany Accounting

By Ruth Richter • June 10, 2020

As a company grows either organically or via acquisitions, their organizational structure gets increasingly complex. One of these complexities comes in the very likely form of its own subsidiaries conducting business among themselves. Because funds are technically moving within the same organization, it’s not considered...

Back to Basics: How to Use Site Traffic to Plan in Uncertain Times

By Ruth Richter • June 03, 2020

Over the past few months, retail has been impacted in interesting ways. Most notably, a Walmart VP confirmed that with the majority of Americans now telecommuting to work, the retail giant saw increased sales in tops … but not bottoms. Other retailers confirmed: shirt sales are up...

Marketing in the Time of COVID-19: How Do You Evolve?

By Ruth Richter • May 27, 2020

Now that the burst of reactive action to the COVID-19 crisis has settled some, companies are able to begin strategizing how best to move forward. Marketing tactics that worked just fine up until early March are mostly scrapped. Future plans have to walk a narrow...

Pandemic-Proof Your Supply Chain With Digitization

By Ruth Richter • May 13, 2020

On March 11, 2020, The World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic. This has had a major impact on the exchange of goods across the globe. Social distancing has disrupted labor-intensive processes—such as important links in the supply chain—that rely on people working in...

IN-SYNCH Upgrades a Growing Appliance Market

By Ruth Richter • May 06, 2020

Nowadays, when people consider outfitting a new kitchen or remodeling an existing one, they look at all the ways they can upgrade appliances to have the latest and greatest features. This could include anything from a special smart feature to an energy saving design. After...

Make Customers Happier with Self-Service Portals

By Ruth Richter • April 29, 2020

The core of your business isn’t just any customer, it’s a happy customer. While businesses typically spend more on customer acquisition than retention, selling to an existing customer can be up to seven times cheaper. In fact, the success rate of selling to an existing...