Click and Collect
Is Your Click and Collect Profitable?
This eBook looks at three steps to Click & Collect heaven, with clear examples of best practice and case studies around how leading retailers have made Click & Collect work for them – profitably.
Making Click and Collect Profitable.
Customers are embracing the ability to buy online and pick up in store, but making Click and Collect profitable remains challenging. From enhancing in-store operations to back office fulfilment and managing returns, Zebra has a portfolio of solutions that improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Perfect the Process
The ideal process must meet your customer’s expectations, be competitive and be able to be delivered efficiently with real-time asset visibility at the item level.
From picking to receiving items in store, order locating and guest recognition, Zebra has a portfolio of solutions to help fine tune the fulfilment process.
Remove the Pain from Returns
Efficiently managing customer returns, as well as knowing where returned stock is and where it’s needed, is critical to meeting customer expectations and reducing unnecessary stock.
John Lewis succeeds with Click & Collect
"Our last peak period was a huge success - we saw an increase in capacity of 30%, and an improvement in customer satisfaction scores." See how Zebra mobile computers enable the click and collect operation at John Lewis.
Build Your Solution with These Components
Our array of purpose-built mobile computers, kiosks, 1D and 2D barcode scanners, and printers enable a fully customised solution for your Click and Collect needs.
See how these software offerings add to your Click and Collect solution.
Our services help you through each phase of your technology's lifecycle so you can plan your fulfilment solution to fit your organisation's current and future needs.