3 Best Practices to Improve Your Healthcare Supply Chain

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Jul 10, 2019 11:36:38 AM

Consistently ranking as one of the largest expenses for healthcare organizations, supply chain costs continue to be a drag on budgets. Unfortunately, this can also result in negative consequences to patient care and healthcare worker morale. As a result, leaders in healthcare logistics and supply chain management have been adopting new operating models that provide them with better visibility and improved efficiency within their supply chains. 

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Topics: Health Care

How Dropoff Streamlined Elite Medical Lab's Medical Deliveries

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Jun 24, 2019 3:29:39 PM

Based in Houston, TX, Elite Medical Lab provides comprehensive testing for patients in several clinics in the area. As their volume for deliveries continues to increase as a result of their growing business, it is critical for Elite Medical Lab to use a professional, same-day medical delivery service they can rely on.

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Topics: Featured Clients, Health Care

The Best Healthcare Conferences to Attend in 2019

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Jan 31, 2019 2:38:53 PM

We have a lot to look forward to for the future of healthcare as emerging technology aims to help professionals better serve their patients. In 2019, new innovation will hit the industry at a pace that can be difficult to keep up with. By attending a healthcare conference, you will be first to hear about technology updates, gain valuable education, and network with peers.

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Topics: Health Care

The Best Retail Conferences to Attend in 2019

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Jan 22, 2019 1:53:23 PM

The future of technology is top of mind considering the breakthroughs that made waves last year. Join the discussion by attending some of the best retail conferences happening in 2019.

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Topics: Retail

The Best Food and Grocery Conferences to Attend in 2019

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Jan 9, 2019 2:52:39 PM

Hang on to your hats, food and grocery industry folks! This space is quickly paving its way to becoming a leader in digital transformation and the best way to keep up with latest developments and core strategies is to attend a conference this year.

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Topics: Food and Grocery

Dropoff Launched in San Francisco, Seattle, and Oklahoma City

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Dec 4, 2018 2:27:22 PM

Dropoff is pleased to announce it has launched in three new cities: San Francisco, Seattle, and Oklahoma City. This expansion brings our footprint to 21 cities and 10 states nationwide.

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Topics: Dropoff Announcements

3 Benefits of Consolidating Your Health Care Logistics Process

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Sep 19, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Logistics operations in health systems are highly fragmented with an array of critical deliveries slated to be distributed to providers and patients regularly.

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Topics: Health Care

Dropoff Client Spotlight: A Bar N Ranch of Dallas

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Aug 29, 2018 10:16:42 AM

The idea of opening A Bar N Ranch, a local boutique Wagyu cattle company in Dallas was sparked after founders, Gregg Allen and Van Nichols discovered the land they bought in Sherman, Texas was a high-functioning cattle ranch. They decided they wanted to pick up the trade of raising cattle and deliver it to the Texas market, but they weren’t sure which type of cattle.

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Topics: Featured Clients, Food and Grocery

Delivery Driver Spotlight: Ben Parker of Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Aug 21, 2018 8:00:00 AM

We’re happy to introduce Ben Parker as our driver spotlight in the month of August. Ben gives us a glimpse of his experiences driving for Dropoff in Dallas-Fort Worth. Additionally, he expresses his appreciation for the people he works with that help him make his deliveries successful.

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Topics: Driver Spotlight

Lessons Learned From Amazon Prime Day 2018

Posted by Joanna Gonzales on Aug 2, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Same-day and two-day delivery is at the forefront of retailers’ minds as consumer expectations surrounding expedited delivery options rapidly increase. Major retailers (think Target, Amazon, and Walmart) are rushing to increase fulfillment times, as it becomes undeniably clear that those who don’t offer it stand to get left behind. But is fast delivery all there is to it? Or are there other aspects of the fulfillment process that are tied into a successful delivery?

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Topics: Last Mile Logistics