COVID has taught us that we live and run our Distribution businesses in an increasingly unpredictable world. But what should you watch out for and how do trends influence the Distribution industry?
New trends emerge every day, and whilst we are highly focused on certain aspects of the business, direct influences striking from a blindspot are left unnoticed.
Currently, we as a nation are still recovering from the effects of the pandemic and Brexit. Both of which are still weighing on Distributors and delaying deliveries of the stock.
The Distribution industry needs to be more vigilant in terms of world economics, business practices, their approach, and ever-evolving customer needs.
Since the pandemic, one of the biggest trends within the industry is technological advancement, more specifically automation. This tool has been used more than ever, squeezing new incremental value out of processes by digitising them and then redeploying people on more useful activities.
To find out more about how trends influence the Distribution industry, read and download the “Disruption is fine – it’s trends we should be scared of!” whitepaper.
This resource will provide you with valuable insight on factors to keep on your radar while staying vigilant. So that you can shape your strategy and understand the current climate we are working in better.
As well as the above, the whitepaper will give you answers on:
- What are the latest trends affecting the distribution industry sector?
- How are changes in work dynamics affecting distribution?
- What strategies and actions can businesses take to avoid failure?
Download the whitepaper today and discover how trends are affecting your business.
How can we help?
If you are looking for a new business management solution, Sage could be just the support you need. Sage 200 offers you vital business control and the information you need to make informed decisions quickly, from core financials to supply chain, production, and even into sales and marketing with Integrated CRM.
Sage 200 offers implementation in a sensible time frame, ease of user adoption (especially if you are migrating up from Sage 50), choice of deployment and many Enterprise level features (think Barcoding and Warehouse Management, OCR purchase to Pay and Mobile Business Intelligence) for a mid-market price. Also, Sage 200 is also fully compliant with Making Tax Digital (MTD) and also has facilities for GDPR legislation.
Whilst PKF Smith Cooper Systems has many years of experience providing Sage solutions to Distribution business users, we are also very experienced in the more technical aspects of your process such as e-commerce integration, courier integration, labelling and business intelligence reporting.
Our team will work with you to design the best solution for your business to ensure a great return on your investment and a great user experience for you and your staff in the short, medium and long term.
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