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Ecommerce Order Placement: ShipBob’s Expert Guide 

Discover what seamless order placement looks like, how it impacts customer satisfaction, and how to optimize the process.

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How to Forecast Customer Demand: Methods & Benefits

Without understanding demand, you can’t make good decisions on production, marketing, and more. Learn how to predict future sales.

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FDA Registered Warehouses and Logistics for Ecommerce Companies

Learn what an FDA registered warehouse is, if your ecommerce business needs one, and why a 3PL that is registered can simplify fulfillment operations.

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Ecommerce Guide to Fill Rate: Formula & Calculation

Learn about fill rate, how to calculate it, why it’s an important metric for your ecommerce business, and how ShipBob can help.

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How to Succeed With Omnichannel Retail: Strategy Guide + Consumer Shopping Trends 

Learn how an omnichannel retail strategy can improve the customer experience, expand your audience reach, and increase sales.

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Shipping Dates 101: Which Dates to Track and What They Mean for Ecommerce 

Ship dates and delivery dates are important to communicate to customers as well as plan for deliveries. Learn these timelines and how they’re estimated.

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Distributed Order Management: Do You Need It? ShipBob’s 101 Ecommerce Guide 

Learn how a distributed order management strategy can help your brand streamline omnichannel order processing and fulfillment.

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Complete Guide to the Order Management Process in Ecommerce

When scaling your business, it’s important to automate, organize, and streamline order management — here’s why (and how).

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The Ultimate Guide to VAT Numbers in the UK for Ecommerce 

If you want to sell goods in the UK, you’ll need a Value-Added Tax number. Here’s how to register for one, and how to stay VAT compliant.

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Economic Order Quantity: How Can EOQ Help You Minimize Costs & Save Space

Learn how to optimize inventory costs by using the EOQ (economic order quantity) formula.

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