Leading delivery management software solution, ShipStation is heavily investing in the Australian market, developing more features and integrations to help retailers significantly optimise their business operations and reduce operating costs.
One of the new features is ShipStation’s Dropship Manager, which communicates fulfilment data from a ShipStation account directly to vendors’ ShipStation accounts, providing a streamlined way to view and transmit order details, vendor information, fulfilment statuses, and shipping notifications. DropShip Manager replaces manual data entry to significantly reduce shipping errors.
The other new feature is ShipStation 3PL, a subscription add-on allowing third-party logistics companies to easily onboard new and existing clients into a ShipStation ecosystem. Regardless of the number of clients or shipments, ShipStation 3PL provides the tools to integrate, sync and ship orders, as well as provide visibility on order fulfilment status to customers.
ShipStation is also adding new selling channel integrations including Neto by Maropost, Mirakl and Coupang, while strengthening existing integrations with Wish and Square Online.
Connect ShipStation to Neto (now part of Maropost Commerce Cloud) and enjoy automated shipping and branding capabilities.
More than 100,000 online retailers globally are already selling across more than 350 marketplaces like Catch, Bunnings Marketplace and Westfield Direct. With Mirakl, quickly find and onboard suitable marketplaces, map product data and seamlessly retrieve and print order labels.
ShipStation has also confirmed new carrier integrations with Qantium Solutions, Toll Global Express and Maersk, as well as enhancements for Order Details and Split Ship Workflow.
ShipStation Australia and New Zealand general manager, David Boyer said, “We’ve expanded our native selling channel integrations, including the visual development platform, Webflow and opened the door to 17.9 million active customers on Korea’s leading marketplace, Coupang. Existing integrations with Wish marketplace and Square Online are strengthened and better than ever.
“With our new vision, it’s time to double down on our legacy of customer-centricity to empower retailers all over the world. We’re investing in Australia, with a shifted focus to bring product features to this region faster to help businesses scale.”
This month, ShipStation will release a guide for merchants on how to optimise their processes to generate demand, increase conversion and secure loyalty.
ShipStation is the world’s most integrated shipping and fulfilment platform. The multi-channel and multi-carrier platform offers a multitude of integrations with more than 300 partnerships with leading shopping carts, marketplaces, carriers, and fulfillment services, including Australia Post, Sendle, DHL, Amazon, Shopify, and BigCommerce.