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ShipRush simplifies the shipping process. Automatically import orders from over 50 carts, marketplaces and CRM / accounting integrations. Print FedEx, UPS, USPS and other carrier shipping labels in bulk. Use automation rules to streamline operations. ShipRush shows carrier rates side-by-side to compare shipping costs and delivery options in real time for every shipment. Customers are emailed and tracking numbers / shipment information is posted back automatically. Free customer support.
|Platforms||Android App, API, Apple Mac Software, eBay Embedded App, Web Based / SaaS, Windows Software|
|Accounting||Microsoft Dynamics NAV, QuickBooks, Sage|
|Carriers||Deliv, DHL, Direct Link, FedEx, OnTrac, UPS, US Postal Service, Worldwide Express|
|CRM||Act!, GoldMine, Infor CRM (Saleslogix)|
|Multichannel||ChannelAdvisor, ChannelSale, Stitch|
|Other Marketplaces||Bonanza, Etsy, Groupon, Jet, Newegg, Pricefalls, Rakuten.com, Sears.com Marketplace, Walmart.com|
|Payment||Authorize.Net, PayPal, Square, Stripe|
|Shipping Software||Pitney Bowes, SkuVault|
|Shopping Carts||3dcart, AmeriCommerce, AspDotNetStorefront, Big Cartel, BigCommerce, Craft Commerce, CS-Cart, CubeCart, Drupal Commerce, Handshake, Joobi, LemonStand, Loaded Commerce, Magento, MijoShop, Miva Merchant, OpenCart, osCommerce, Prestashop, Shopify, Ubercart, Volusion, WooCommerce, WP e-Commerce, X-Cart, Yahoo Stores, Zen Cart|
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Multi-carrier shipping tool ShipRush has integrated with shopping cart Ecwid and inventory management software Stitch.
Stitch and Ecwid sellers can now manage their shipments in both the desktop and web editions of ShipRush.
ShipRush offers side-by-side rate shopping, discount postage, same-day delivery services and more.
Shipping software ShipRush now supports printing labels for orders from the Walmart marketplace.
Both the desktop and web-based versions of ShipRush support Walmart.
ShipRush has also added support for HikaShop, an ecommerce module for the Joomla content management system (CMS).
Order management tool ShipRush is now integrated with payment provider Authorize.net, and can also be used to ship orders from within the Magento ecommerce platform.
Both the desktop and web-based versions of ShipRush now integrate to Authorize.net, allowing orders to be downloaded and shipped.
ShipRush is also now embedded into the Magento admin console, so orders can be processed and labels printed without leaving Magento.
The new version of shipping label printing software ShipRush has expanded support for QuickBooks.
The new features in ShipRush and ShipRush Web include:
- Single and batch shipping against QuickBooks.
- Support for QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online.
- Advanced "write back" to QuickBooks, including true line item with shipping charges.
- Connecting to QuickBooks even when QuickBooks is not on the same machine.
Other new features include:
- The option for manual order entry.
- Order and shipment cloning.
- Support for FedEx International Returns.
- Support for Globegistics.
Order management tool ShipRush has added support for three new sales channels.
ShipRush and ShipRush Web now fully integrate with Joomla extension Mijoshop, CraftCMS extension CraftCommerce and iPad sales app Handshake.
All the ShipRush features are supported for the new channels including cloud label printing, batch printing, packing lists and more.
Shipping label printing software ShipRush has added support for the Stripe payment system.
ShipRush and ShipRush Web both fully integrate with Stripe, so retailers can ship against Stripe transactions.
ShipRush has also released a number of new features, including:
- Wildcards in search.
- New "Auto Ship" Presets.
- Auto-set COD options by store.
- Enhanced visibility of Cancelled orders
- Excel reports now include all line items of orders
- New Big Cartel support
- Amazon "buy shipping" support for UK and DE.
- New "two factor" authentication.
- DHL Global Mail support (aka DHL Ecommerce).
Order management tool ShipRush has added support for the new Amazon Seller Fulfilled Prime program.
Under the new program, qualifying merchants can have self-fulfilled products listed as eligible for Prime. Previously, using Amazon's FBA fulfillment service was the only way to get the Prime badge.
Seller Fulfilled Prime orders must be shipped with the Amazon "Buy Shipping" system built into Amazon's Seller Central, or available in compatible shipping systems - which now includes ShipRush Web.
All ShipRush Web features are available for the new Prime shipping, including single and batch shipping, packing list printing, laser and thermal printer support, cloud printing, scale support and more.
ShipRush Product Manager Rafael Zimberoff said, "Prime is a fast-growing part of Amazon, and every merchant should consider supporting it. As the leading solution for Amazon merchant shipping, it is something ShipRush needs to support."
Teapplix also added support for Seller Fulfilled Prime this month.
Shipping label printing software ShipRush has added the ability to print pay-on-use return labels.
The new pay-on-use return labels, available in ShipRush v11, mean that any number of labels can be created but only ones that are used will be paid for, so return labels can be sent with every order.
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Why choose ShipRush
Only we offer true side-by-side rate shopping so you can compare shipping costs and delivery options in real time for every shipment, in one dashboard.
New automation rules enable you to streamline operations even further. Examples: "Rate shop these three carriers and ship using the cheapest service that gets it there within 3 days." "If SKU starts with WIDGET, set the weight to 4 pounds and box size to 12 x 8 x 10."
Switch between Parcel, Freight & LTL Shipping on the fly - no extra programs needed.
Setup usually takes less than 20 minutes. No IT person needed.
Free customer service: phone, chat, email and forum.
Free 60 day trial.
FedEx can often pay your ShipRush (and UPS is in the works).
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. ShipRush, 4 November 2016