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The 5 Phases of Product Return Process

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Revolutionize Product Returns

product-returns-management-profitSix Steps to Setting a Foundation for Improved Profits

If you could reduce your returns by 25 percent, what kind of impact would it have on your bottom line? After creating a foundation for managing returns, companies such as Philips, AT&T, Best Buy, Hoover, and P&G have reduced returns by more than $100 million. Whether your company has the potential for that kind of savings or not, the impact can be significant. A streamlined product returns management plan saves money, increases productivity and profitability, and improves customer relations.

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Improving Reverse Logistics | Reverse Logistics StrategiesHow effective are your current Reverse Logistics Strategies? Find out by asking your CEO, CFO, VP of Sales, Heads of Design, Engineering, Packaging, Manual Design, Operations, and Call Center these two fundamental questions:

1) Who manages our Returns Reduction Program as part of your overall reverse logistics strategies? Who is the single person inside our company responsible for following and working on reducing our product returns from the design stage all the way through to return liquidation?

2) When one of our end customers takes one of our products home and has a “perceived” problem, what is the first thing we want that customer to do? What practices have we put into place that ensure this action will actually happen?

If you discover inconsistencies in the answers you receive (or perhaps an inability to get sufficient answers along with supporting data), then read on. The potential for increasing profits via reverse logistics is significant and attainable. 

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