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How to Optimize Inventory Management for Faster Delivery

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Amazon has enabled consumers to want (and receive) items at the snap of their fingers, especially during the holidays. Expectations of e-commerce businesses are skyrocketing; yet, businesses simply can’t build a massive fulfillment ecosystem like Amazon’s. The good news? There’s another way to delight customers this holiday season.

Join us live on Tuesday, September 18 at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST) for a 30-minute webinar, “Give Customers What They Want this Holiday Season: How to Optimize Inventory Management for Faster Delivery.” You’ll hear from the experts: Shippo's Director of Business Development, Richard Garcia, and FLEXE’s VP of Operations, Megan Evert.

During this 30-minute webinar, you'll learn:

  • What makes Amazon's approach to inventory management successful
  • How to improve your own inventory management and delivery process
  • Plus, time at the end for Q&A with our experts

This webinar will help you fine-tune your inventory process to exceed customer expectations just in time for the holidays—you don’t want to miss it!

Meet Your Presenters
Richard Garcia
Director of Business Development
Richard is a Director of Business Development at Shippo. He enables successful processes for partners in the fulfillment space, including warehouse management, inventory management, order management, supply chain, etc. Richard is Shippo's resident e-commerce and shipping expert, having worked in parcel shipping industry since 2011, including prior roles at Temando and Endicia.
Megan Evert
VP of Operations
At FLEXE, Megan is responsible for defining best practices and expanding the rigor of the FLEXE Operations team. She has 15+ years of experience in retail operations, and knows how to put out fires without breaking a sweat. Prior to joining FLEXE she oversaw Operations at Chef’n, a Seattle housewares company, where she managed the company through several acquisitions and warehouse transitions. Megan also worked on the retailer side of supply chain at Target’s headquarters in Minneapolis.