Shipwire is a fulfillment service with guaranteed same-day shipping, worldwide shipping options and a range of supported carriers.
Shipwire has extensive shopping cart and marketplace support, address verification, cost-effective carrier selection, rule-based configuration and built-in reporting.
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|Platforms||API, Web Based|
|Carriers||Canada Post, DHL, FedEx, Hongkong Post, myHermes, Parcelforce, Purolator, Royal Mail, TNT Express, UPS, US Postal Service|
|CRM||Lime Light, Salesforce|
|Inventory Mgmt||ChannelAdvisor, Zoovy|
|Marketplaces||Groupon Goods, Rakuten.com|
|Shipping Software||Endicia, Monsoon Stone Edge, ShipStation|
|Shopping Carts||1ShoppingCart, 3dcart, AspDotNetStorefront, BigCommerce, Celery, CoreCommerce, DNN Shopping Cart, Drupal Commerce, Fortune3, FoxyCart, Interspire, LemonStand, Loaded Commerce, Magento, Miva Merchant, OpenCart, osCommerce, Pinnacle Cart, Prestashop, Prostores, RecurHub, Shopify, Shopp, ShopSite, Spree Commerce, Ubercart, UltraCart, Virtuemart, Volusion, VP-ASP, Web Cube, WooCommerce, WP e-Commerce, Yahoo Stores, Zen Cart|
Fulfillment outsourcing company Shipwire has released a new API for managing customer returns.
The API can be used to integrate Shipwire's customer returns system into ecommerce and customer support software. Features available include creating a new return linked to the original order, sending the customer a pre-paid shipping label, tracking return status, and reporting on returns in progress.
Fulfillment service Shipwire is now integrated with ecommerce pre-ordering platform Celery.
Celery can be used to take pre-orders for new products, or back orders for products that are out of stock. It can also be used to run crowdfunding campaigns on your own website.
Celery includes a complete checkout, and takes credit card details but does not charge the buyer until the product is available to ship. The Shipwire integration means orders can be shipped automatically once payment is received.
Order fulfillment service Shipwire has released a new and improved inventory management screen for users of their latest application version.
The redesigned interface is now consistent with the rest of the new Shipwire, and also makes it easier to define alerts.
Changes for future releases include inventory summed up at the individual level (inclusive of cases), and improvements to list navigation.
Order fulfillment company Shipwire has released new APIs and a developer center to help third-parties connect to their services.
The new RESTful APIs replace older XML APIs and provide access to stock, rate and order information. A new Developer Center with complete API reference, tutorials, product roadmap and interactive test console will help developers build tools compatible with Shipwire.
Shipwire Marketing Director Dimitri Onistsuk wrote on the Shipwire blog, "The Developer Center will house the world’s most robust shipping and logistics API. This launch is just the start of a whole new phase in developer support, and we look forward to hearing your feedback about these changes."
Order fulfillment company Shipwire has opened a warehouse in Australia, the largest in the country at over 40,000sqm.
The facility is initially only handling domestic shipments from Australia, but international options will follow.
UPDATE 29 AUG: Shipwire are now shipping domestically and internationally from their warehouse in Australia.
Shipwire has also updated its support for Drupal shopping carts Ubercart and Drupal Commerce, to maintain compatibility with Drupal 7.
A new Web Retailer blog post covers a number of areas related to marketplace feedback, reputation and seller performance.
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A new app for fulfillment service Shipwire adds support for the popular accounting package Quickbooks.
The Cloud Cart Connector integration syncs customers, inventory, orders, and products between Shipwire and QuickBooks. It has a 7 day trial, and prices start at $49 per month.
The Cloud Cart Connector is available from the Intuit App Center.
Shipwire CEO Damon Schechter said, "I started Shipwire in 2006 with a vision to change logistics. Today, we take a quantum leap forward. It’s my privilege to announce that Shipwire has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Ingram Micro. The platform for thousands of rapidly growing multi-channel brands is joining forces with one of the true powerhouses of global distribution."
Shipwire ships products worldwide from fulfillment centers in four countries. Ingram Micro is the world's largest wholesale technology distributor.
With the new integration, ShipStation sellers will be able to outsource some or all of their order fulfillment to Shipwire. The integration is still in development, interested retailers can find out more here.
Shipping and fulfillment service Shipwire can now import orders from the WooCommerce shopping cart.
The integration displays Shipwire's real-time shipping quotes during checkout, then automatically exports the customer's order to Shipwire after it has been processed. It is available for $99 direct from WooCommerce.
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