Online retail giants like Amazon and Walmart rely on independent third-party sellers for their vast array of product offerings and trust them to know their markets for specific items. But consumers don’t like when the products they want are unavailable, and neither do the retailers. They need their independent sellers to be able to fulfill orders on time and manage inventory effectively. New research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business pinpoints the best way for online retailers to make sure that happens.
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