Post Peak Season Checklist

January 16, 2020 Casey Nighbor

Being prepared for peak season is a critical part of any manufacturing, fulfillment or distribution-based business. For some brands, the holiday season represents as much as one-third of total annual sales and defines whether or not the year is a successful one. Use this checklist to evaluate how your peak season went this year.

2019 Black Friday was the second-largest online shipping day in history. With Cyber Monday 2019 driving over $9 billion in sales, were you prepared?

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