Reopening your business during a pandemic.

Are restrictions holding you back? If you’re struggling to reopen your business, but the restrictions are limiting you and your customers access with mandated accommodations and rules, then let’s think of other solutions to attract customers and at the same time protect you and your employees.   Reopening your business and the overall health of …
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The first half of 2020, EZER in review.

What a crazy ride this year has been so far.  Everything from wildfires in Australia, to Brexit, to the United States Presidential campaign being in full swing, and then…boom, the Coronavirus pandemic started spreading everywhere.  All of sudden, businesses and stores were shut down and stay-at-home orders were in place. EZER started the year at …
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Beyond Will-Call and Curbside Pick-up.

Consider expanding customer options to protect your employees. Let’s take some time to consider the near future.  During these times of the COVID-19 pandemic and looking into the general reopening of businesses, Curbside and Will-Call options seam as common natural steps.  You will also need to consider that you will need to manage extra steps …
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Essential Supplies – EZER is Available

To all Hospitals, Field Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Residential Care Facilities, First Responders, and Anyone in Need of Essential Supplies, if you source supplies and equipment locally, EZER can get those delivered the same-day.  There is no need to wait days and loose critical time.     EZER provides the ability to get medical supplies, tests and …
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Hyper-Localization and the Last Mile

A recent article written in Material Handling & Logistics highlighted several benefits to adopting a Hyper-Localization in the retail supply chain including a number of very good points about the changes in customer behavior and understanding the need for retailers to evolve.  Noted in this article is a good example of how a retailer found …
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Delivered or Dropped Off ?

Originally published on January 12, 2019 – During this last holiday season, were your orders all “delivered” or “dropped off” to your customers?  All the major carriers are touting their year-over-year improvements of on-time deliveries and a record number of deliveries, according to ShipMatrix data in a recent article written in FreightWaves.  My question is of …
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The Ongoing Driver Shortage in the Trucking Industry

Originally published on August 2, 2017 – For many years the trucking industry has been struggling to meet the demand for qualified drivers. Beyond the nationwide standard turning pool of U.S. drivers, companies have been going to all lengths to attract new drivers for years including attracting foreign drivers and some convicted felons that have served …
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Partnerships for successful E-commerce experiences

Originally published on July 12, 2017 – E-Commerce has definitely been the driving force in change toward what can be delivered and when it can be delivered. Customers are ordering more and more online and must have it now. Distribution centers, fulfillment centers, local manufactures, local retailers, TL and even LTL carriers need to response to the …
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