Marketplace sellers and mail order companies use NetDespatch’s web-based shipping solutions to integrate their despatch operations with their chosen carrier to improve efficiency.
NetDespatch is provided free of charge to retailers as all costs are met by the carriers.
Fully supported integrations exist for most ecommerce systems, including ChannelAdvisor, Optima, Realtime Despatch, Retail & Sports Systems, SellerDynamics, Zenstores.
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|Access Via||API, SaaS (Cloud Web App)|
|Amazon Sites||All Amazon Websites|
|Carriers||APC Overnight, Asendia, Collect+, Royal Mail, UKMail, Yodel|
|eBay Sites||All eBay Websites|
|Multichannel||ChannelAdvisor, plentymarkets, Seller Dynamics, StoreFeeder|
|Other Marketplaces||notonthehighstreet, Tesco|
|Shopping Carts||Magento, osCommerce|
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The Supplier Says
NetDespatch - free shipping solutions for online retailers
NetDespatch provide a proven, reliable, scalable, secure web shipping and tracking platform for retailers, etailers and marketplace sellers to seamlessly integrate their despatch operations with their chosen carrier.
Recognised as one of the top Cloud Computing providers in the UK, NetDespatch enable 100,000+ businesses in over 100 countries to streamline operations, speed order fulfilment, increase efficiency and eliminate the need for unnecessary data duplication.
Working in partnership with most leading ecommerce platforms and order processing systems, including ChannelAdvisor, SellerDynamics, Realtime Despatch and Khaos Control, NetDespatch enables their customers to seamlessly integrate with their chosen carrier, produce the correct barcoded shipping labels, required manifests and electronic pre-advice files.
NetDespatch is retained by postal and parcel carriers - including Royal Mail, Yodel, APC Overnight, Nightline, Asendia and Smiths News - to provide leading edge retailer shipping solutions for their customers this means that all of our services are provided free of charge to both partners and retailers.
NetDespatch, 12 January 2016