Human beings tend to excel in many different areas, and yet there is nothing they do better than growing on a consistent basis. This progressive tendency, on our part, has already fetched us some huge …
Human beings tend to excel in many different areas, and yet there is nothing they do better than growing on a consistent basis. This progressive tendency, on our part, has already fetched us some huge milestones, with technology appearing as a rather unique member of the stated group. The reason why technology’s credentials are so anomalous is, by and large, based on its skill-set, which was unprecedented enough to realize all the possibilities for us that we couldn’t have imagined otherwise. Nevertheless, a slightly closer look should reveal how the whole runner was also very much inspired from the way we applied those skills across a real-world environment. The latter component was, in fact, pretty prominent when it came down to giving the creation a spectrum-wide presence, and as a result, starting a full-fledged tech revolution. This revolution will, of course, scale up the human experience from every conceivable direction, but even after reaching so far ahead, this prodigious concept called technology will somehow continue to deliver the right goods. The same has only grown to become a lot more evident over the recent past, but truth be told, a new collaboration has a fair chance to make that trend bigger and better moving forward.
Walmart and Salesforce have officially come together to announce a partnership, which will provide local retailers with fluid fulfillment and delivery solutions so to make it possible for them to access an omnichannel brand of distribution. As per certain reports, the partners will use Walmart’s specialized solutions, Walmart Commerce Technologies and Walmart GoLocal, to realize the stated ambition. But what does that mean on a more practical note? Well, starting from Walmart Commerce Technologies’ Store Assist app, it will let the retailers leverage their local stores as dedicated fulfillment centers, thus promoting better picking efficiency and more seamless handoffs for, employers, customers, and delivery agents. Moving on to Walmart GoLocal, this solution will aid the retailer’s cause by empowering them to offer scalable local delivery solutions that include same-day delivery under a white-label operation.
Talk about Salesforce’s role in here, both the stated solutions will be available through Salesforce AppExchange. The company’s cutting-edge Commerce Cloud and Order Management platform should further allow retailers to apply artificial intelligence and give the customers a personalized experience that they have come to prefer in today’s time. Apart from it, the platform is also expected to significantly bolster the order visibility, considering it will deliver real-time data on the status of pickups and deliveries.
“Shoppers continue to expect brands to deliver highly connected and frictionless experiences across physical and digital touchpoints. In fact, 1 in 5 online orders placed the weekend before Christmas were picked up in store,” said Rob Garf, vice president and general manager of retail at Salesforce. “With the combined power of Walmart and Salesforce, retailers can drive success with best-in-class technology to advance their omnichannel capabilities, drive efficiency, and ensure that every purchase quickly gets into the hands of the shopper – no matter where they are.”
Although the modern customer demands more convenience from the commercial sector than any previous generation, creating and managing solutions for the same remains a massive challenge. Of course, this can be improved, and given the success-laden history of both Walmart and Salesforce, this partnership should feel confident about its prospects of achieving the same.
“Through this partnership, retailers can leverage the same innovative and scalable technologies that power Walmart’s pickup and delivery experiences,” said Anshu Bhardwaj, senior vice president of technology strategy and commercialization at Walmart Global Technology. “The same technology that powers Store Assist has enabled Walmart to fulfill over 830 million* orders across over 4,700 Walmart stores. Together with Salesforce, retailers can scale their business and deliver the personalized, convenient experiences shoppers expect.”
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