Utilizing codeREADr for Your Reverse Logistics Needs
What is Reverse Logistics?
The Reverse Logistics Association defines reverse logistics as “all activity associated with a product and/or service after the point of sale. The goal is to optimize or make more efficient aftermarket activity. Ultimately, it aims to save money and environmental resources.” Simply, reverse logistics is the process of returning materials to its source point. Basically, most enterprises need to use reverse logistics in some capacity. For example, here are some common use cases:
- Return of unsold goods
- Reuse/recycling/proper disposal of packaging materials
- Return of damaged goods
- Maintaining a revolving inventory/shared items between locations
- Return of sold but unwanted goods
- Repairing/maintaining of long-term items
- Reselling of used goods
How can codeREADr be configured to support these use cases?
How to configure Table Builder
Select the curated Table Builder service and adjust the settings as seen below:
The set up above will produce the result below as a log of returned goods on your scans page as well as in spreadsheet format.
Questions are added for better tracking to this otherwise unchanged Check In/Out service.