The Convenience Challenge – a collaborative report with Drapers

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This week, fashion retail magazine Drapers launched their Tech Focus: The Convenience Challenge report which takes a look at how convenience is shaping the industry and how retailers must respond.

We were delighted to share our insight with the publication on the state of the industry and how ASCG is on the front line developing new technology and solutions to bring convenience to the end customers.

At every step of the supply chain, businesses are investing in innovation that is progressing and reshaping the industry at incredible pace. A collaborative approach with our clients has enabled us to support their businesses by bringing convenient solutions to their customers.

Our solutions focus on streamlining processes, removing complexities, providing visibility and enhancing operational efficiencies through technology. We use smart tracking and licence plate technology to provide retailers with milestone visibility and the agility to plan and react. Our solutions are proven to significantly improve speed to market, accuracy and reduce costs.

In the same way that customers want convenience and product tracking, at ASCG, we aim to deliver the same level of visibility and flexibility to retailers.

Across the supply chain, it’s adapt or die. For retailers, this means placing convenience at the heart of their business and working closely with partners who can offer the support and platforms to achieve this.

Please click here to read the full report which explores how retailers should evolve and seize opportunities both today and tomorrow.

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