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Press Release: eGame Distributor Automates Retailer Shortage and Returns Claims to Recover Lost Revenue

iNymbus today released a Case Study for Walmart and Costco Distributors detailing how to recover lost revenue due to invalid shortage and returns claims.

Top Blog Posts of 2019: Retailer and Shipper Claims News and Information

The iNymbus blog is a reflection of our commitment to solving manufacturer, distributor, and supplier problems such as retailer shortages, chargebacks, pricing, and returns processing issues with robots and AI in the cloud. As 2019 comes to a close, we rounded up the...

New Case Study: Large eGame Distributor Recovers Lost Revenue from Walmart & Costco

If you are in the business of sending product to retailers, you are familiar with deduction claims and their impact. Financially they erode your bottom line, emotionally they drain your A/R team, and physically they rob your workforce hours and hours that should go to...

Black Friday/Cyber Monday Aftermath: Returns Variance Processing Presentation Now Available!

A few days ago, Cyber Monday 2019 was the biggest shopping day in Amazon history. Across the internet, sales records were smashed with close to 10 billion dollars spent online by U.S. consumers.  While good news for retailers and their suppliers and distributors, this...

Why Large RPA Companies Aren't The Best Strategy for Chargeback & Deduction Processing

Industries growing from humble beginnings as fledgling start-ups to massive corporate conglomerates is not a new phenomenon. Throughout consumer history, companies from all fields have transformed from garage-based enterprises to some of the most powerful organizations...

Webinar December 3rd: Black Friday/Cyber Monday Aftermath: How to Eliminate Returns Variance Processing!

Please join iNymbus and RVCF for our upcoming webinar entitled "Black Friday / Cyber Monday: How to Eliminate Returns Variance Processing!" on Tuesday, December 3 at 12PM EST (9AM PST, 11AM CST). 

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