Snapfulfil ends Warehousing nightmares for dream products.

22 January, 16
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Catalogue and online retailer, Dream Products, has selected the Snapfulfil SaaS warehouse management system to help streamline its warehousing and fulfilment operations.

Headquartered in the Los Angeles area of the United States, Dream Products started out 15 years ago as a mail-order catalogue and eCommerce retailer selling a wide range of unique products from housewares and garden products to apparel and lingerie.  In recent years Dream Products has seen rapid growth in its eCommerce business where fulfilment speed and accuracy are key.

This has placed Dream Products’ own systems and operations under an increasing amount of pressure, leading to problems with stock and fulfilment errors, especially during the peak winter season. As a result, they needed a best-in-breed warehouse management system to replace manual, paper-driven processes and drive greater accuracy and efficiency in the warehouse.

Following a review of the WMS market, Dream Products identified that the Snapfulfil SaaS WMS was the best fit for its requirements.

Dream Products’ EVP, Rodney Sohngen, says: “Snapfulfil’s business model really sealed it for us – having the software, hardware, implementation, training and ongoing support wrapped up in a single monthly subscription with nothing to pay until we go live was a no brainer. We needed an immediate ROI to justify the project and, with Snapfulfil, the day we start paying is the day we start saving. We can’t wait to get started!

“The efficiencies we’re expecting will also allow us to bring our bulk product back into our main DC from two other locations, reducing our warehousing footprint and costs.”

Although Snapfulfil’s unique business model includes a minimum 12 month contract, Dream Products’ confidence in the system is reflected in a three year deal.



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