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Kirk Anderson, Executive VP for Snapfulfil North America

Kirk Anderson is Executive Vice President at Snapfulfil North America.

Recent Posts

Warehouse 101: Using lessons learned from fulfillment across the organization

It’s no secret that the warehouse plays a critical role in driving a better customer experience. But because most of an enterprise’s employees will never step foot in its fulfillment center, it’s...

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All the news that's fit to pack: The top fulfillment stories of 2018

2018 has been a year of evolution for the supply chain. From new technology and processes to shifting consumer desires and expectations, the warehouse has faced its share of disruptions while...

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Scale with the sale: How to manage rapid growth in direct sales

Direct selling continues to grow in popularity both within the United States and globally. According to the Direct Selling Association’s Growth and Outlook Report, direct selling accounted for...

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Comparing cost and value: Is your WMS helping or hurting?

We’re in an era of unprecedented data accessibility. The warehouse knows more about its customers, their buying habits and critical tasks than ever before, enabling more precise operations. And as...

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Subscription commerce spotlight: WMS is Winc's secret ingredient

Personalization in retail is growing exponentially, and with it, subscription commerce. Though subcom remains relatively fresh – with 47 percent of all subcom offerings launching in the last 12...

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Snapfulfil/SUBTA survey reveals subscription commerce strategies, challenges

With the growth of personalization in retail, it’s no surprise that subscription commerce is growing exponentially. There’s a monthly subscription box for almost any interest, from books to wine...

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Subscription Strategies: Beyond the box - Finding profit in overstocked and returned inventory

Predicting subcom success can be difficult, but predicting demand can be maddening – at least, using manual processes. Even well-oiled subcom offerings are bound to encounter warehouse management...

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Subscription Strategies: Managing the shift to high volume fulfillment

You’ve considered how subscription commerce might affect your standard warehouse procedures, and you feel confident enough to take your box live. Congratulations! Now the real work begins.

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Subscription Strategies: Choosing continuity vs. curation

Once you’ve determined your product is right for a subscription commerce model, you’ll need to start thinking about order frequency. This, too, will be largely based on what type of product you...

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Subscription Strategies: Four questions you need to consider when launching a subscription commerce offering

In the on-demand economy, customer experience is king. Innovators such as Amazon have trained consumers to expect convenience, often to the point where a buyer doesn’t have to leave his/her couch...

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