Our latest thinking on the issues that matter most in order management.
After an incredibly turbulent year, many companies require alternative ways to improve growth, which means looking at process inefficiencies and determining ways to plug those
A 2021 supply chain is complex, made up of networks of different networks, all working on other parts of the same solution. With greater everyday
Like me, you’re getting tired of having “digital transformation” talks without anything really transforming. Kicking off any modernisation initiative can be a struggle, while many
2020 witnessed unprecedented digital disruption, and many organisations are under the pump to streamline both internal and customer-facing operations as a result. However, as many
Yes, it’s been a strange year. The good news is, such incredible disruption means lessons learned. And that’s true especially in those of us who
Amazon’s continued growth has fundamentally reshaped ecommerce. Constantly altering how business in the supply chain transact with one another – particularly if you’re trading on
Organising your products along the supply chain should be viewed as running a small, local business, no matter its size. Picture owning a little shop
As we head into the last part of 2020, B2B ecommerce has had to adapt and transform like never before. The pandemic has redefined procurement
OmPrompt our proud to announce our attendance and silver-sponsorship of the 6th annual Online & Digital Grocery Summit London 2020 on the 22nd of October.
OmPrompt joins forces with InterSystems & Retail Systems to discuss proper data management in the age of disruption
2020 has seen a seismic shift across all industries; ours is no different. Due to the surge in demand for a variety of products, retailers
COVID-19 has given consumers more time to find alternative ways to shop, as shopping malls and high-streets have become less accessible and thus less convenient. Total
Welcome back to our series of articles, that are taking a look at how business can thrive post-pandemic. Last week I delved into customer segmentation