The turn-key inventory and warehouse management system now serves as the backbone technology and processing platform for NetRush’s primary processing facility in Erlanger, Kentucky.
“It’s a one-step process that allows us to increase efficiency and eliminate errors,” said NetRush COO, Brian Birch. “In one scan, the app will verify that we have the right product with the right purchase order, and then communicate with Amazon APIs to create one outbound shipment order.”
In today’s very open e-commerce retail environment, high quality customer experience means that processes need to ensure product safety, integrity, and low-impact packaging. “Our partner brands and Amazon want customers to shop with confidence, and everything we do, from content development to digital marketing and inventory processing, must enhance that great experience,” said NetRush CFO, Chris Marantette.
NetRush, recently named to Inc. Magazine’s prestigious 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies List, is now poised to expand its sales territory. “It’s not a question of whether or not we can offer our brands the opportunity to reach new customers. We want to know that we can replicate how we manage inventory and meet customer expectations by giving them the best possible experience,” Jacob Corey, NetRush CTO, who was instrumental in building OPF, said. “We have found a way to scale quality.”