We manage the returns from your brick-and-mortar stores back to your warehouses (or other end destinations).
Many brands focus on improving the return experience for their ecommerce consumers while forgetting about another major source of returns – those being sent back from brick-and-mortar stores. Whether items are returned because they are damaged, it’s the end of a season, or there is overstock, it’s important to ensure that your retail store employees are able to return large shipments of products in an efficient and user-friendly way. ReBound’s retail return solution was designed to solve the major issues associated with large-scale returns from retail stores.
More on Retail Returns
We provide the same level of service for retail returns as we do for ecommerce consumer returns. This includes return initiation via a user-friendly portal, local shipping, processing of returns and last mile delivery. Instead of receiving boxes and boxes of returns from retail stores unannounced, ReBound facilitates scheduling in advance and pre-notification of products so that your teams know what to expect and when.
Why ReBound Returns
User-friendly Retail Return Portal
Store employees can schedule returns via a user-friendly portal. They can also choose between box and pallet shipments.
Pre-alerts for Incoming Returns
Your warehouse staff will get pre-alerts including information such as time, date, number of items, and contents of the delivery.
End-to-end Data and Visibility
Get the same level of insight into your retail return process as you expect from ecommerce returns.
Benefits of Our Retail Returns Solution
Our retail returns solution makes managing returns from stores easier than ever before.
We are your single point of contact for returns coming from all brick-and-mortar stores.
Make returning easier for your retail store employees with our retail return portal.
We register, grade and rework items to make sure that they can go directly back to stock.
Increase efficiency by streamlining and automating processes.
Get tracking information for all returns from initiation until they reach the final destination.
Dynamically route items to the next location depending on their condition.