The home improvement retailer puts the customer first by initiating local fulfillment centers and simplifying freight-to-shelf inventory management

For many retailers, the stock room is the cornerstone behind impactful, influential change. But when it comes to employees and associates, many retailers have failed to truly understand what it means to engage and empower its organization. In our latest report, the Future of Retail 2017, our researchers looks at how proper inventory management can reduce overhead costs, optimize order fulfillment and simplify employee tasks.

Home Depot is one company that stands out when it comes to reimagining how employees conduct tasks and consumers buy goods. By leading innovation in the stock room, the American home improvement retailer is bringing fluid change to how it interacts with customers. In a world where digital retail is the norm, Home Depot leverages the online retail landscape to provide holistic purchasing nodes for its customers.

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