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August '23 | Flieber Feature Updates

August '23 | Flieber Feature Updates

August’s product updates has two main categories: Flieber Integrations and UX updates. Also, the exciting introduction of Flieber Lite! Check it out here.

Here is a TLDR:

  • Almost 30 integrations to natively connect your data to Flieber
  • Separation of product codes for Used and New SKUs
  • Inventory locations are editable
  • UX updates to the filters on the Restocking Needs and Create New Transfer pages
  • Export Data button has been clarified to distinguish the two on the Forecast page
  • Quick link to the Billing Portal has been added 
The Rise of AI-driven Inventory Planning: What DTC Brands Need to Know

The Rise of AI-driven Inventory Planning: What DTC Brands Need to Know

With the rise of generative AI like ChatGPT, Bard and Adobe Firefly, there is great potential for DTC brands to increase their productivity using the power of machine learning.

What Is Demand Forecasting? A Better Process for Multichannel Brands

What Is Demand Forecasting? A Better Process for Multichannel Brands

If the rapid growth of the e-commerce industry has taught us anything, it’s that consumer demand can fluctuate wildly for even the simplest of reasons, throwing off your inventory forecasting.

Beyond the UPS Deal: 5 Practical Ways to Protect Your Supply Chain

Beyond the UPS Deal: 5 Practical Ways to Protect Your Supply Chain

“We demanded the best contract in the history of UPS, and we got it.” Those are the words of Teamsters General President Sean M. O’Brien in a recent release announcing the historic UPS contract agreement.

Maximize Your DTC Retail Success and Achieve Greater Purchase Order Certainty

Maximize Your DTC Retail Success and Achieve Greater Purchase Order Certainty

Before Covid-19 upended society, the direct-to-consumer (DTC) market was experiencing a period of significant momentum. The number of brands launching in the space multiplied daily, as the lucrativeness of high-profit margins inspired new entrants. Interest from consumers was at an all-time high as they sought to take advantage of better pricing and product quality. 

Make It Yours: The Undeniable Perks of a Customizable Inventory Planning Platform

Make It Yours: The Undeniable Perks of a Customizable Inventory Planning Platform

When it comes to inventory planning, there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all. With more brands selling on more channels, omnichannel commerce is here to stay. But is your inventory planning capable of keeping up?

Flexport’s Purchase of Shopify Logistics and the Future of Omnichannel Fulfillment

Flexport’s Purchase of Shopify Logistics and the Future of Omnichannel Fulfillment

After years of investing billions of dollars into its own logistics, Shopify has decided it’s time to hand over the reins. Last month, the mega e-commerce platform sold the majority of its logistics operations to key partner, Flexport.

Wholesale Inventory Management: Stop Stockouts with a Unified Approach

Wholesale Inventory Management: Stop Stockouts with a Unified Approach

Whether you’re scaling an existing wholesale channel or just starting to accept wholesale orders, inventory management can get tricky — especially as your business grows. Even if you have the most organized system for tracking your retail inventory, wholesale inventory requires deeper insights into customer data and product availability. 

4 Expensive Mistakes in Multi-Channel Inventory (& How to Avoid Them)

4 Expensive Mistakes in Multi-Channel Inventory (& How to Avoid Them)

In the early days of retail, a small business could survive and thrive while operating a single storefront with in-store only sales. Though some businesses still operate this way today, anyone in the retail game knows that multi-channel inventory is becoming less of an option and more of a necessity, especially if you want to scale.

The Top 9 Supply Chain Challenges For DTC Brands (And How To Overcome Them)

The Top 9 Supply Chain Challenges For DTC Brands (And How To Overcome Them)

In 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic gained momentum, direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands experienced incredible growth. In fact, sales across DTC brands in the US saw a 45.5% growth increase. At face value, that may sound like a beautiful thing. But ongoing challenges with the supply chain meant that many brands struggled to deliver on that demand.