Technology keeps advancing the scope of what order fulfillment providers can offer to business owners seeking to get their products to market. These merchants, who are laboring to outmatch competitors, want speed, accurate and inexpensive services.
“The difference between excelling as a business and struggling to stay in the pack can all come down to one thing – how good of a technical infrastructure you have,” says Daiship, an order fulfillment company that has invested extensive resources to outfit its operation with the latest tech advantages.
Other order fulfillment companies might skimp on implementing technology and delay updating their software in an effort to save money. Upping its commitment to serve business clients, Daiship has created its own technology product that merges seamlessly with its order fulfillment processes.
The software program is capable of working at every step of the fulfillment process. It does not matter if the task is simple or complex, the company says on its website. The program also is fine-tuned to handle unusual situations.
“We believe in always being prepared no matter how remote the chance is that an event will happen,” the company says on its website at Daiship.com. “We employ only the latest technology and equipment to create a lean order fulfillment machine.”
Technology’s role in fulfillment
According to its website, Flowspace uses its suite of tools to amplify brands’ visibility and helpful data for planning and decision making. The fulfillment software also monitors operations fulfillment locations, warehouses, and retail stores.
Flowspace also uses its software to streamline picking and packing, shipping, and tracking sales.
ShipWire’s fulfillment technology connects supply to demand. And the software platform is easy for business customers to use. The platform also comes with tools that help merchants expand and manage their operations.
Complemar, which uses its software platform at Fulfillify, provides business customers with analysis and inventory status. And similar to Flowspace and ShipWire, Complemar’s software gives merchants reports on inventory, order detail and reorder.
Daiship uses its AI neural net to improve the quality of services. This software gives business clients access to a superabundance of data that can help build and improve their business operations.
The AI allows the company to manage inventory and identify products that are running low or about to reach their expiration dates. “By having this option at our fingertips, we are able to save our customers money, increase overall efficiency, and improve customer satisfaction ratings,” the company says.
Affordability and speed
Daiship says its software handles everything from supply chains, storage, inventory management, shipping and order fulfillment.
“Our processes are faster, more efficient, more effective, and more affordable than those of any of our competitors.” the company states on its website at Daiship.com.
User friendly software
Daiship as well as its competitors, point out that using their software systems is simple to use and understand.
Having technology in place is not what drives its operation, the company says. “It’s what we do with that technology. How we use it and what we do with the information that is provided to us.”