How to grow sales on Amazon by 480%

Padraig Henry, Commercial Director Introduction Amazon net sales outside the US in their Quarter 1 (31 March 2021) are up 60% to $30bn1. Brands must stop growing across Amazon by osmosis and must instead apply an Amazon strategy in their business. An Amazon strategy can be the development of an in-house specialist team, IT systems and fulfilment capability or you can use a one-stop-shop fulfilment partner to supply Amazon. Either way, investment in a specialist capability can guarantees...

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How ‘bots’ can free up time – A supply chain innovation

By Alan Bermingham - Innovation Program Manager As part of a strategic initiative to explore how innovative technologies can bring real value, Exertis Global Operations and Exertis Ireland collaborated on a project focusing on applying Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to their business processes. The aim of this project was to explore the potential of the technology and to apply it to operational processes. This would need to add real value for both Exertis staff and to...

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Shifting the paradigm in sharing end-to-end supply chain information

By Brian Cassidy - IT Director, Exertis Global Operations In the medium term, Blockchain, as a technology, promises transformational benefits to industry and society. However, a lot of these transformations are still years away from being realised commercially. The Exertis Supply Chain Blockchain Platform is ready and available now. Tech organisations involved in global supply chains share an interest in product & component demand, channel inventory and provenance data. Although large investments in IT systems and integration...

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Could Covid steal the tech sector Christmas Peak?

A critical time of year is at risk for the tech-sector. The personal, real-life effects of the Covid-19 outbreak are heart-breaking. The death toll is shocking, and the impact of this outbreak will be felt for years to come. What will be important as time goes by is working out the best way to put our lives back together – and from an economic point of view we have to consider how business can get going again...

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