Is the Distribution Sector Prepared for Digital Disruption?
By Tom Pabst, President & Bethany Lennon, Director of Financial Writing and Communications, HYPERAMS
The story has been told over and over regarding the negative impact of e-commerce on brick-and-mortar retail and continuing declines in that sector, so much so that the term “retail apocalypse” has lost some of its cataclysmic meaning and significance.
Still, upward of 6,000 retail stores...
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Tom Pabst is president of HYPERAMS, a full-service auction, appraisal, retail advisory, and reverse logistics firm. Prior to forming HYPERAMS, Pabst was a C-level executive at two of the largest appraisal firms in the U.S. He is a CPA with more than 30 years of experience in all phases of finance and operations management. Before entering the asset management field, he served as CFO of a publicly held retail holding company with five different operating entities.
Beth Lennon is director of financial writing and communications with HYPERAMS. Since joining the firm in 2016, she has worked to develop and maintain high standards for HYPERAMS’ appraisal reports and other publications. Lennon manages the Appraisal Division’s writing team and is responsible for the Asset Disposition Division’s internal marketing efforts. Before joining HYPERAMS, she managed her own contract writing business after having been a writer for one of the largest appraisal firms in the U.S.