Getting ‘Ship from Store’ right is tough. And it's not just about reducing your logistics and transportation costs. That's just the tip of the iceberg.

Your consumers demand fast delivery, while you struggle to balance multiple (often conflicting) fulfillment objectives: to meet customer expectations, keep delivery costs low, minimize canceled orders, reduce safety stock, and maximize inventory turns. 

To deliver profitably, Celect optimizes order fulfillment objectives in real-time with predictive analytics to get the best total outcome. This means you can realize gross margin gains by improving inventory turns and speed to customer, while still reducing shipping costs. It’s a win-win for you and your customers.

On Wednesday, October 4th at 1 pm ET, you’ll learn how top retailers use predictive analytics to:

  • Lower frequency of split shipments
  • Reduce time to customer
  • Fulfill orders from inventory that would otherwise remain unsold
  • Simulate the outcome of new fulfillment objectives
  • Dynamically adjust fulfillment source based on predicted demand

Your customers will thank you for it. 


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Jim Bengier

Chief Customer Officer at Bridge Solutions Group

Former IBM Retail Strategist, Jim Bengier, has over 25 years of retail expertise in omni-channel, forecasting, location management, and executing on the customer promise. His diverse supply chain background includes ecommerce, specialty, discount, mass merchandise, and off-price retailing. As the VP of Fulfillment for, he designed and implemented one of the earliest ‘buy online, pick up in-store’ processes, which is still in use today. After 8 years at IBM, Jim joined Bridge Solutions Group in 2015. His engagements have included Abercrombie & Fitch, Target, IKEA, Urban Outfitters and Williams-Sonoma.

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Sean Gouldson

Director of Retail Technology at Celect

As Director of Retail Technology at Celect, Sean brings 2 decades of experience in retail and ecommerce to bear helping customers understand how to take advantage of the solutions that Celect offers.  Prior to Celect, Sean held a variety of sales and technology evangelism roles, most recently leading the Oracle Commerce sales consulting team for North America. Sean holds degrees in anthropology from Harvard University and computer science from Boston University.