Best Buy Meets The Multi-Channel Challenge Presented by:
Peter Zedler, Sr. Manager Transportation Planning & Support
Jennell Jorgenson-Johnson, Sr. Analyst Transportation Planning & Support
Suzanne Miller, Sr. Analyst Transportation Planning & Support
Best Buy is a global leader in consumer electronics with more than 1,400 locations, $50B in annual revenue, and the eleventh largest retail website. With a "unique customer promise" involving the latest devices and services, impartial and knowledgeable advice, competitive prices, and the ability to shop when and where you want, Best Buy recently took steps to leverage its multi-channel platform. Ultimately this retailer has enabled an innovative store remodel strategy that has helped to reduce price per shipment by more than 30 percent in its first year running. This recipient of the 2012 NASSTRAC "Shipper of the Year" award demonstrated how transportation and supply chain ingenuity, creativity, and resourcefulness in working across the enterprise can be applied to generate significant results to help an organization accomplish its business goals.
Armstrong Brings It Back
Marcus Smith, Transportation Manager, and Howard Liddic, Manager, Outbound Transportation, Armstrong World Industries.
After outsourcing its transportation functions, this leading manufacturer of flooring, ceilings, and cabinets decided to bring logistics and transportation back under its own roof to tighten controls, establish carrier measurement, and rack up the savings. Attend this free webcast to learn the benefits of "in-sourcing," and how to most effectively handle this operational practice to best manage your supply chain. Learn first-hand from those who made this "NASSTRAC Shipper of the Year" award-winning strategy happen.