The Amazon Effect has raised consumer expectations for availability and delivery – one to two-day shipping is no longer a luxury; it’s a requirement, for both business-to-consumer and B2B ecommerce shipments. But do you know what to expect for your supply chain after turning on a new ecommerce strategy? A sudden new omnichannel sales avenue may result in inventory stockouts, broken integrations, new 3PL costs and fees and unplanned accessorial charges. A new omnichannel revenue stream doesn’t necessarily equal new profits, so how do you prepare your supply chain to optimize the benefits of ecommerce?

In this on-demand webinar hosted by Stord VP of Sales Jim Bork, you’ll learn: 

  • How to anticipate demand per geographic location and customer profile so you know what inventory to send to which distribution centers

  • The best way to slowly test your new ecommerce supply chain so you ensure you can meet customer demands 

  • What the most common supply chain management mistakes are when launching additional omnichannel revenue streams

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Stord analyzes your supply chain to identify opportunities for optimization, and then helps implement improvements accordingly with our network of 3PLs. To learn how Stord can help support your ecommerce needs, contact us at