Bloggers answer distributor questions on how to manage COVID-19-induced business changes.
Industrial vending machines not only offer customers the opportunity to provide safety and PPE, but also help track employee compliance during times of heightened risk.
The coronavirus accelerated a number of changes in distribution talent management that were already underway, including new evaluation criteria for job candidates and an expanded view of work-from-home productivity.
The industrial distributors Director of Organizational Development Cory Calderon sees a post-pandemic future with a hybrid remote/onsite work environment, contingent upon scalable software applications and technology upgrades.
During the past few months, lighting distributor Bulbs.com pivoted to a new customer segment yet also leaned on such core beliefs as strong marketing and data to sustain its business during the pandemic. CEO Mike Connors shared some of the companys COVID-19 playbook.
In a recent MDM webcast, Navigating the New Now as a Distributor, Epicors Emma Vas and Mark Jensen discussed key trends that are emerging to help distribution companies thrive. Distributors are finding ways to boost revenue, negotiate supplier relationships, optimize inventory and streamline social distancing.
If you're a distributor in America today, youve got to get digital quick, says John Caplan, president, North America and Europe, Alibaba.com, who spoke on last weeks MDM Live about why digital has become imperative for distributors to compete.
Amazon Works with Thousands of New Distributors to Deliver Over 100M Items to Health Care, Government
More than 13,000 health care and 7,000 government organizations have purchased PPE and other supplies through COVID-19 Supplies site on Amazon Business.
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