Global Response Releases a New Fulfillment Web Site to Improve Clients’ Functionalities

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New fulfillment and logistics web site launched by GlobalResponse Logistics.

Global Response releases a new fulfillment web site to improve clients’ functionalities. The site also includes a blog section encouraging clients, prospects and the community at large to post comments related to Fulfillment Services.

The new site http://www.globalresponselogistics.com allows users to login to the logistics web site where clients can track orders by order date, ship date, invoice date, to name a few, as well tracking functionalities for shipped products.

The site also provides access to the newly launched blog section, a critical medium for exchange of information relevant to daily fulfillment services. Topics range from order fulfillment, import export, distribution, fulfillment center, procurement, logistics management, fulfillment services, third party logistics, eCommerce services, and reverse logistics.

Global Response began as a customer contact support firm and quickly earned its reputation as one of the top 50 call centers in the U.S. Offering services which included inbound and outbound teleservices, email and data management, live chat, electronic Customer Relationship Management/eCRM and fulfillment, call center outsourcing, today the company has grown to include product distribution center, web fulfillment center, returns management, reverse logistics, supply chain management and logistics and product distribution.

Headquartered near Fort Lauderdale, Global Response is privately owned and operated and is staffed by a group of 500 professionals who have been hand selected specifically for their industry experience and excellence.

Global Response offers a comprehensive distribution network designed to act as an extension of your company. Our team can handle product distribution needs of the most challenging standards and offer your company a host of benefits including: cost savings, multiple distribution options, improved distribution efficiency, and full service integration to areas such as supply chain management & logistics, or call center.

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