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Stamps.com is USPS-licensed shipping software that allows users to import orders from eBay, Amazon, PayPal and other marketplaces and shopping cart software.
Features include: customized packing slips, online tracking of shipments, customized email notifications and return shipping labels.
Stamps.com can manage international mail classes, and all forms (including customs) can be printed from the software.
|Access Via||SaaS (Cloud Web App)|
|Other Marketplaces||Etsy, Sears.com Marketplace|
|Shopping Carts||Magento, osCommerce, Prostores, Shopify, Volusion, X-Cart, Yahoo Stores|
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USPS postage printing company Stamps.com is to acquire order management software business ShippingEasy.
ShippingEasy provides web-based multi-carrier shipping software to help online retailers organize, process, fulfill and ship their orders quickly and easily. ShippingEasy integrates with over 40 leading marketplaces, shopping carts, and ecommerce platforms, including eBay, PayPal, Amazon, Shopify, Bigcommerce, Magento, and Volusion.
"The acquisition of ShippingEasy represents a significant strategic investment in our e-commerce shipping business," said Ken McBride, Stamps.com chairman and CEO. "E-commerce driven package shipping is our fastest growing segment and this acquisition will allow us to continue to accelerate our growth in this area. ShippingEasy adds an outstanding solution to our portfolio of products which will allow us to serve the needs of more customers, and will allow us to continue to solidify our leadership in e-commerce shipping."
"We're very excited to become a part of Stamps.com," said Katie May, ShippingEasy CEO. "The acquisition builds on the strong partnership we have developed and we look forward to continuing to build the ShippingEasy business with the support of the Stamps.com team."
Stamps.com has agreed to purchase ShippingEasy for $55 million in cash and plans for ShippingEasy to operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary led by its existing management team.
US online postage-printing company Stamps.com has settled a lawsuit with mail consolidator Express 1 for $10 million, reports EcommerceBytes.
Stamps.com agreed last month to settle the lawsuit. The case began after Stamps.com acquired ShipStation in June last year.
Express 1 alleged that ShipStation breached its contract with Express One by violating an exclusivity provision and it sought an injunction, damages, attorneys' fees, and court costs.
Along with the settlement payment the two companies also "agreed to continue and expand their business relationship going forward, and they entered mutual general releases in connection with the settlement."
Stamps.com planned acquisition of competitor Endicia is currently under a pre-merger review by the US government.
Ken McBride, Stamps.com chairman and CEO, said, "The acquisition of Endicia represents a significant strategic investment in our high volume shipper business. Endicia is a great complement to Stamps.com's traditional strength in the enterprise and small business mailing segments. High volume shipping is the fastest growing segment within the mailing and shipping space and this acquisition will allow us to accelerate our innovation, enhance and streamline our sales and marketing, and accelerate our growth. Together, the two companies will be able to more effectively compete with the very large competitors we face today in the mailing and shipping industry."
Endicia's parent company Newell Rubbermaid announced on Tuesday that it had made a definitive agreement to make the sale.
Michael Polk, Newell Rubbermaid president and chief executive officer, said, "The announced sale of our Endicia business furthers our strategy of strengthening and focusing our portfolio to create a faster growing, higher margin business. While a very attractive asset, Endicia is not focused in the core of our portfolio, and under new ownership is in an exciting position to continue innovating and offering the best possible solutions and service for its customers and partners."
Stamps.com was founded in 1996 to offer US postage printing over the Internet. It claims more than 80% of the internet postage subscription market, and has seen its annual revenue rise from $85.5m in 2010 to $147.3m in 2014. Stamps.com said it would fund the acquisition with $50m in cash and $165m in financing.
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USPS postage printing software Stamps.com has been included on a list of the "100 Best Small Companies in America" by Forbes magazine.
Forbes' annual list highlights companies with the strongest performance, based on earnings growth, sales growth and return on equity in the past 12 months and over five years. Stamps.com was also included on Forbes' list in 2013.
US Postal Service shipping application Stamps.com has released a new integration, with Sears Marketplace.
The new integration allows sellers to import orders from Sears Marketplace and print shipping labels for all USPS mail classes. After printing, Stamps.com automatically posts USPS tracking information back to Sears Marketplace.
Sears Marketplace allows third-party retailers to sell their own products directly on the Sears.com website, and at Sears Kiosks located inside their US retail stores. There are currently over 10 million products available on Sears.com.
USPS postage label printing system Stamps.com has acquired order management software ShipWorks.
ShipWorks founders Brian Nottingham and Wes Clayton
Stamps.com purchased ShipWorks for approximately $22 million in cash. Stamps.com plans for ShipWorks to operate as an independent, wholly-owned subsidiary, led by the existing management team.
"We're very excited to become a part of Stamps.com," said Wes Clayton, ShipWorks Co-General Manager and COO. "We've long enjoyed a strong partnership with Stamps.com and with the acquisition we look forward to continuing to build the ShipWorks business with the support of the Stamps.com team."
ShipWorks is integrated with over 50 popular online sales and marketplace systems including eBay, PayPal, Amazon, Yahoo! and others. Stamps.com enables nearly 500,000 customers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage.
A new version of US Postal Service shipping software Stamps.com features an updated price finder, barcode/keyboard presets and the option to print letter postage using a thermal printer.
The upgraded USPS BestRate shopping engine finds the best mail class and shipping rate for packages. Once rules have been configured in the software, it will automatically select the best mail class based on cost, delivery date and package size.
Users can now create presets that are applied to orders using either a barcode scan or keyboard shortcut. Presets can correspond to frequently shipped products or commonly used boxes, for example, to automatically populate weight, dimensions and more.
Stamps.com customers can now use a thermal printer to print USPS First Class Mail letter postage. This feature allows customers to save time by managing all shipments from a single printer.
Multichannel sales management tool SureDone has added an integration with USPS postage tool Stamps.com.
The integration allows SureDone sellers to print postage labels directly from SureDone, and access Stamps.com discounted postage rates. Stamps.com is offering SureDone customers a special monthly rate, and a free digital scale and label printer.
USPS label-printing software supplier Stamps.com has acquired order management tool developer ShipStation.
Stamps.com purchased ShipStation for $50 million in cash plus up to 768,900 shares of Stamps.com stock, linked to performance. Stamps.com plans for ShipStation to operate as an independent, wholly-owned subsidiary, led by the existing management team.
"The acquisition of ShipStation represents a significant strategic investment in our high volume and e-commerce shipping business," said Ken McBride, Stamps.com chairman and CEO. "E-commerce driven package shipping is the fastest growing segment within the mailing and shipping space and this acquisition will allow us to accelerate our growth in this area."
"We're very excited to become a part of Stamps.com," said Nathan Jones, ShipStation President and CEO. "The acquisition builds on the strong partnership we have developed and we look forward to continuing to build the ShipStation business with the support of the Stamps.com team."
ShipStation supports automatic order importing from over 40 shopping carts and marketplaces, including eBay, Amazon, Shopify, Bigcommerce, Volusion, and Squarespace. Stamps.com provides USPS postage online to over 500,000 customers.
USPS shipping software Stamps.com is now integrated with popular ecommerce solution Shopify.
Stamps.com users can now automatically import Shopify orders, and print shipping labels for all USPS mail classes, both domestic and international.
Stamps.com also posts order status details such as the USPS tracking number, shipping date and mail class back to the Shopify customer's account.
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Ship and manage all of your orders from all of your e-commerce outlets from one simple interface
The only USPS-licensed Shipping Software that allows you to import orders from eBay, Amazon, PayPal and more.
If you're selling online through multiple sales channels, shipping can be a headache. Not with Stamps.com and the USPS. Stamps.com consolidates all your orders so you can ship them out with ease.
With one click, you can directly import all of your order data from the most popular online marketplaces including eBay, Amazon.com, Yahoo!, PayPal, Google Checkout and Etsy, plus the most popular shopping cart software including ChannelAdvisor, Magento, osCommerce, ProStores, Volusion, X-Cart and Zen Cart.
When you're ready to ship, just select the orders and print your shipping labels. All the shipping data including USPS Tracking will automatically post back to your web stores. It's that easy. From the supplier's website