How to Maximise Stock Velocity and Increase Visibility

Insights, strategies and solutions for order lifecycle efficiency.

An eBook by Comestri & Attraqt

Stock availability is now more important than ever.

The pandemic had fundamentally changed how shoppers fulfill their needs. The bar has never been higher and everything – from availability through to fulfillment and returns – must be integrated and seamlessly provided.

In this eBook, we discuss how retailers can maximise stock availability across their network, increase visibility, optimize the product delivery experience as well as the order lifecycle.

Download the eBook today to learn:

  • What Shoppers Want

  • Optimising the Order Lifecycle

  • Optimising the Product Delivery Experience

  • Why a Distributed Order Management System is Essential

  • The Critical Partnership Between Product Discovery and Order Lifecycle

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The big question is whether this inventory is available to sell, and can it be shipped from it’s current location?

About Attraqt

Attraqt powers exceptional shopping experiences for over 300 of the world’s leading brands, manufacturers and retailers. Attraqt provides a set of API-enabled, algorithm-driven, intelligent SaaS services covering personalization, search, navigation, merchandising, recommendations and internationalization.

The platform unifies and empowers all key customer journey stakeholders. Enabling business, data and technical teams to successfully leverage existing eCommerce technology investments. Ultimately ensuring individualized and connected micro-experiences that support commerce discovery through to inspiration and purchase, and beyond.

The Attraqt platform orchestrates AI models in real-time while allowing clients to integrate their own algorithms. This helps build true personalization strategies and creates differentiated experiences at scale, so our customers can exceed the expectations of today’s shopper, while reaching commercial goals.

Attraqt is publicly listed on LSE: AIM and headquartered in London, with offices in Amsterdam, Chicago, Paris, Sofia, Hamburg and Sydney.