SPS Commerce Named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2017 100 Top Supply Chain Projects

by | Jun 29, 2017

The 2017 list is out and SPS Commerce and its work with customer River of Goods has been selected by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine for its annual 100 Top Supply Chain Projects list.

The list highlights projects that show how companies’ supply chain solutions have helped their customers achieve supply chain success.

Selected from hundreds of submissions, the project highlights River of Goods, a national leader in sourcing and designing of lighting and home décor, and its use of the SPS Commerce Amazon Marketplace integration. Earlier this year, SPS expanded its network reach to include online marketplaces with this integration. With it, River of Goods was able to leverage the SPS Commerce network to orchestrate order fulfillment across all Amazon retail channels, including Amazon retail, Amazon drop ship, Fulfill by Amazon and Fulfill by Merchant – as well as other brick-and-mortar and e-commerce sales channels, from a single platform.

“River of Goods expects to double its sales through Amazon Marketplace in 2017 as our marketplace strategy expands to become one of our primary sales channels,” said Tiffany Serbus-Gustaveson, e-commerce manager, River of Goods. “With the SPS Commerce integration, Amazon Marketplace orders are received as consumers place them, allowing us to track inventory in real time. The SPS solution helps us keep pace with the consumer while saving time across our internal teams. It is the process we plan to extend to our other marketplaces in the near future.”

The SPS Amazon marketplace integration provides the scalability and responsiveness needed for suppliers to manage the rapidly changing order volumes required by online marketplaces. The SPS Commerce platform simplifies the order fulfillment process by eliminating the need to use separate, manual fulfillment processes across multiple selling channels. The integration also allows suppliers to collaborate more efficiently with trading partners, automate workflows, and provide at-a-glance visibility into orders and shipments.

“Our goal with 2017’s Top 100 is to shine the spotlight on successful and innovative transformation projects that deliver bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across the supply chain,” says Ronnie Garrett, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

Coverage of the SDCE100 will appear in the June 2017 issue of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine.

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Kay Rindels

Marketing Consultant & Blog Editor at SPS Commerce
Kay Rindels has more than 20 years of experience working with emerging technologies and industry experts in cloud, mobile, supply chain and retail, including 10 years at SPS Commerce. Her blog articles address how retail organizations are deploying the latest omnichannel solutions to keep pace with the digital consumer.
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