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Distribution Centre Pick Accuracy Research Study

Distribution Centre Pick Accuracy Research Study


The ECR Communuty Shrink & OSA Group would like to invite Retail Supply Chain leaders, Outbound Logistics Managers, Distribution Centre GM's, etc, working for, or on behalf of a grocery / supermarket retailers to participate in a new study investigating DC Pick Accuracy. The research, commissioned by ECR, is being led by Dr Kate Bailey at the University of Warwick.

There is no cost to participate in the research, other than the time it will take to complete the survey, which we think can be 15 minutes assuming the data we are requesting is easy to hand. The direct benefit for those that participate will be the opportunity to benchmark your data Vs the industry average, on many different dimensions. You will also get first sight of the draft report ahead of publication.

To complete the survey (link below) we suggest that first you open up the pdf of the survey via this link. Once you have reviewed the questions and collected the data, please then open up the link below and complete the survey. Note, we have piloted the survey and do realise that we are asking for quite a bit of detailed information Vs possibly a shorter version of the survey. We realise that this means it will take a bit longer to complete, however we think that the depth of the benchmark detail that we can then share back will lead to a more complete, more informative and ultimately more useful and practical research paper for your organisation and the industry. We thank you in advance for your time and patience.  

Finally, as with all ECR research projects, all the data you submit to the university will be kept secure, and confidential, with no named data ever shared with ECR or in the final report. Only aggregated data will ever be shared. Additional information on the report, the controls in place on data security, ethics, etc can be found in this participant information briefing document.

If you have any questions, please email Dr Kate Bailey Kate.Bailey@warwick.ac.uk