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ShipStation is a web-based shipping solution that streamlines the order fulfillment process for online retailers, with real-time integrations into popular marketplaces and shopping cart platforms.
ShipStation handles order import, batch label creation and customer communication. ShipStation supports multiple users and warehouses. Subscription includes a free Stamps.com account.
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Shipping system ShipStation has announced an integration with ERP solution SAP Anywhere.
Designed specifically for small and midsize customers, SAP Anywhere makes it easy for business owners to manage their multi-channel commerce, sales, order fulfillment, inventory, marketing, CRM, and customer service.
"SAP enables businesses to eliminate complexity, deliver a great customer experience, and seize new market opportunities with the support of an affordable cloud-based business solution. We're delighted to partner with them to provide a combined solution for our mutual customers," said ShipStation's Vice President of Marketing, Robert Gilbreath.
SAP Anywhere merchants will be able to connect their stores to ShipStation, as well as over 150 other selling channels, including eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Bigcartel, Rakuten, Sears and more. Features such as Automation Rules and Product Defaults allow ShipStation users to eliminate manual data entry and improve the entire shipping process.
"Partnering with ShipStation adds significant value to the already market-leading functionality of SAP Anywhere," said Matthew Hayman, Head of SAP Anywhere. "ShipStation empowers users to quickly and efficiently elevate their logistics capabilities with interfaces to all major carriers in the United States. Our partnership emphasizes the SAP mission to help customers Run Simple."
Shipping software provider ShipStation now works with ecommerce inventory management software Zenventory.
Zenventory features supported in the integration are:
- Stock level synchronization
- Advanced item types
- True multi-location inventory support
- Multi-client features for 3PL fulfillment centers
- Mobile support
- Email and text alerts
- Free phone & email tech support
- Scalable tools at an unbeatable price
Zenventory has provided a web-based inventory and order management system for over 10 years, built to meet the rigorous standards set by third party logistic companies.
Shipping system ShipStation has added support for music community site Bandcamp.
Bandcamp makes it easy for fans to directly connect with and support the artists they love. To date, fans have paid artists and labels over $225 million for music and merchandise through Bandcamp.
Bandcamp believes that music is art, and for music to thrive, artists must be compensated fairly and transparently for their work. Their fair trade music policy means when you choose to pay an artist on Bandcamp, your money reaches them quickly, and in a way that is simple to explain and understand.
Shipstation can now collate merchandise orders from Bandcamp and streamline the shipping process.
Shipping software provider ShipStation has announces a new set of multi-carrier shipping APIs called ShipEngine.
ShipEngine provides shipping functionality directly to ecommerce stores, logistics and warehouse providers, system integrators, ecommerce application integrators and new application developers. The official launch was at this month's Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE) 2017, in Chicago.
- Discounts on shipping.
- Worldwide major carrier support.
- Rate comparison across carriers based on rate, transit time, package dimensions, and more.
- Real-time tracking information that can be integrated into apps, email, or SMS.
- Global address validation.
- International shipping optimization, with automated international customs forms and invoice paperwork.
The ShipEngine APIs are available for a free trial at www.ShipEngine.com.
"We are excited to release these new shipping APIs," says ShipStation's CTO Tom Warmbrodt. "They are built on top of trusted ShipEngine infrastructure currently powering the most popular shipping/fulfillment tool in the e-commerce industry, ShipStation."
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ShipStation has also announced the launch of its Solutions Providers Program. The program offers support for consultants and companies that want to refer and/or offer ShipStation to their medium- and large-sized ecommerce clients.
Nearly twenty companies have already signed up for the program, including Americaneagle.com, Gorilla Group, Kensium Solutions, eCommerce Partners, BTown Web, and more.
ShipStation offers the following benefits to Solutions Consultant Program members:
- Custom shipping rules for more complex users.
- Exposure as "certified partners" to over 40,000 merchants.
- Referral commissions paid quarterly for implementing a solution almost all customers need.
"Being able to refer our clients to a platform as robust and efficient as ShipStation completes the circle. From creating a website and optimizing SEO to building an e-commerce store, ShipStation is the final piece of the puzzle," says Jerry Borduch, VP of Strategic Alliances Americaneagle.com.
Shipping system ShipStation has integrated with Australian shipping startup Sendle.
Sendle delivers door-to-door across Australia at flat rates from $5.59, and has been growing at over 20% month-on-month since launch in mid-2015. All deliveries are 100% carbon neutral.
Sendle joins Australia Post and DHL Australia in ShipStation's roster of Australian parcel carriers. ShipStation customers receive a free upgrade to Sendle Premium for a year, giving $1 off standard pricing for every parcel sent.
Australia's total online sales are predicted to exceed $32 billion in 2017, up from $26 billion in 2013.
Shipping system ShipStation has added support for multichannel listing tool GeekSeller, which provides listing and inventory management features for Walmart marketplace and Jet.com.
"ShipStation has received many requests to integrate with Jet.com," says ShipStation's VP of Marketing, Robert Gilbreath. "GeekSeller is a great way to offer Jet.com sellers access to ShipStation's robust features and automations."
GeekSeller is an officially approved Jet.com partner that offers an affordable API integration solution. It provides customers the ability to manage inventory, edit products, and import items in bulk via CSV/XLS file, or directly from a shopping platform, as well as managing orders, returns and refunds. In addition, since Jet.com requires merchants to accept orders within 15 minutes of the order being placed, GeekSeller can automate the approval process of the orders.
The ShipStation integration offers GeekSeller's merchants the ability to save time and money on the shipping and fulfillment process. ShipStation's features include a free Stamps.com USPS shipping account (worth $15.99 per month), which includes deeply discounted USPS rates; automation features that provide the least expensive shipping option based on type of product, weight and geography; order consolidation from multiple sales channels including Amazon, eBay and many more; batch printing of more than 500 shipping labels at once, even wirelessly, from a large variety of thermal or desktop (inkjet or laser) printers, from a Mac, PC, or mobile device.
"This partnership with ShipStation gives our users access to the best solution on the market to manage their orders' fulfillment flow," offers Daniel Sodkiewicz, GeekSeller Co-Founder.
Shipping software ShipStation's mobile app now works for sellers in Canada, Australia and the UK, in addition to the USA.
The app also supports metric weights, and now works on iPads.
ShipStation has also rolled out International Address Verification for Canada, Australia, the UK, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Norway, Spain and Sweden in addition to the United States. ShipStation users can now validate addresses in their own country and when they ship abroad.
The new countries were chosen because they were the top 10 shipping destinations for ShipStation customers.
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ShipStation announced the launch of ShipStation University, a live educational training event for ecommerce sellers to learn how to ship orders efficiently. This event is designed to help both new and long-time customers of ShipStation learn how to set-up their accounts to start shipping orders and take advantage of new features that have been recently released by the company.
ShipStation University is scheduled to take place on March 7 in Dallas, TX, March 8 in San Antonio, TX and March 9 in ShipStation's hometown, Austin, TX. Each free session runs from noon to 5:00 p.m. CST and includes lunch for attendees. The training will include demos, hands-on exercises and a Q&A.
"ShipStation customers have made one thing abundantly clear: they want to learn about everything ShipStation has to offer," says ShipStation's VP of Marketing Robert Gilbreath. "ShipStation University is our chance to educate and train our customers on the intricacies of ShipStation, to help them take advantage of new features to be able to ship more efficiently."
Shipping system ShipStation can now generate shipping labels for packages to be sent via DHL Express in Australia.
Australian merchants who choose to connect to DHL Express through the ShipStation software will have access to leading shipping and fulfillment features:
- Print international shipping labels using specially negotiated DHL Express rates
- Create automatic customs documentation
- Set up third party billing options so duties and taxes can be billed to the recipient
- Consolidation of orders from multiple selling channels
- Batch printing 1000s of shipping labels at a time
- Automatic tracking/delivery emails, customers are updated on the status of their order
- Easy to create automation rules that save time and money during shipping process
ShipStation has also introduced international address verification for users in Canada, Australia, and the UK to verify addresses when they ship in and out of the country.
Shipping software ShipStation has released support for DHL in the United Kingdom.
UK-based sellers will now be able to ship to customers in-country and around the world, using ShipStation and DHL.
With the integration, ShipStation's UK customers will have access to the following DHL features:
- Labels printed using negotiated DHL rates within ShipStation
- Free electronic signature on every package
- Carrier insurance
- Automatically-generated customs documentation
- Discounts for multi-package shipping
- Third-party billing for shipping charges
ShipStation customers can also consolidate orders from multiple sales channels and marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay; automate the selection of shipping options; batch print thousands of labels at once; and manage their shipping on a mobile device.
"This partnership with DHL continues to expand our breadth of offerings in the UK," said ShipStation's VP of Marketing Robert Gilbreath. "Our UK customers are very important, and we look forward to helping them even more with their order shipping and fulfillment."
Shipping system ShipStation now works with fully customizable shipping labels from eCom Label Solutions, currently available for FedEx shipments.
eCom Labels combine marketing features such as product showcases and loyalty coupons in a single, trifold label. The shipping portion of the label can now be printed directly in ShipStation.
To use eCom Labels, sellers need to design a label at eCom Label Solutions then ask ShipStation's User Success team to enable the feature on their account.
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The Supplier Says
ShipStation is a web-based software designed to help eCommerce retailers process, fulfill, and ship their orders from all the most popular marketplaces and shopping carts using all the top carriers. ShipStation, 22 October 2011