Whether you’re an established online retailing entity, or you’ve just entered the fold, the e-commerce space is one that has many customer standards. Largely in part due to these customers flocking to industry leaders, such as Amazon, that have capabilities unmatched by smaller retailers. For example, as Amazon offers nearly 12 million products, to nearly 200 million users month by month; many customers choose the convenience of knowing their order will arrive in two days than roll the dice on ordering from another business. Understanding that the shopping experiences that customers have with Amazon will influence their likelihood to purchase from other businesses or retailers, it’s important to consider the ways in which your organization can improve its shipping and delivery proficiencies. For information centered around ways to do that, take a moment to review the resource featured alongside this post.
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