More visibility into delivery options gives online shoppers more control heading into holiday season.
Retailers have been forced to adopt new practices to make returns a little easier for customers.
For now, the retail sector is just trying to keep up with the massive demand for packaging amid the pandemic, putting aside sustainability goals for the time being.
A recent study by ShipStation shows the pandemic has only increased the importance of managing shoppers’ expectations around shipping.
Strong workplace culture and benefits earn Auctane the #14 spot on the midsize companies list.
Today In Payments Around The World: Nuvemshop Lands $30M In VC Round; Alibaba Speeds Up US Push With ShipStation Integration
In today’s top payments news around the world, Nuvemshop, a LATAM alternative to Shopify, has notched $30 million in a venture capital round, while Alibaba is going deeper with its ShipStation partnership. Plus, PayPal is rolling out its PayPal “Pay in 3” buy now, pay later (BNPL) offering in the U.K.
E-commerce shipping solutions company ShipStation has launched an integration with Alibaba.com, one of the world’s largest B2B e-commerce marketplaces, offering a seamless fulfillment process for U.S. merchants.
Alternatives to UPS and FedEx have brought on major retailers over the last several years, with expansion accelerating during the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting parcel boom.
Here’s an outline of how retailers should approach stockpiles as a result of COVID-19 store closures, and how this could affect the way they address inventory long-term.
Integration with ShipStation enables U.S. based businesses to expand and streamline international shipping operations.
A new report from ShipStation reveals a 33% jump over the past year in online shopping. As more consumers shop online, their shipping experience is becoming more important than ever.
ShipStation’s recent survey on COVID-19 found that customers have increased their expectations of brands when it comes to ecommerce returns in 2020.
Alibaba is deepening its partnership with Austin-based ShipStation as the eCommerce and tech giant faces pressure to expand globally beyond its core market in China and Southeast Asia.
National study showcases how the delivery experience affects brand perception and purchase behavior amid the pandemic.
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Software developers team up with testing company to make the shipping and tracking of test samples as easy as, well, spitting.
These are some of the most innovative benefits tailored to the back-to-school season that businesses are now offering their employees.
Austin e-commerce company Auctane has signed a lease for 105,385 square feet of office space at the development, which the Austin American-Statesman reports is one the largest local office space transactions this year.
Auctane LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Stamps.com and operator of ShipStation, ShippingEasy, ShipEngine and ShipWorks, will become the first office tenant in The Grove at Shoal Creek.
North Central Austin business news: Local company leases 105,000 square feet of office space at The Grove and more area updates
Auctane, an Austin-based shipping software company, will move its offices to The Grove development in 2021.
The recent go-to-market collaboration of ShipStation, the world’s leading web-based e-commerce shipping solution, with SAP happened at the most opportune time. The strategic partnership aims to support the growing e-commerce sellers by integrating SAP B1 with ShipStation’s platform.
Auctane, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Stamps.com and operator of e-commerce shipping software brands ShipStation, ShippingEasy, ShipEngine and ShipWorks, will become the first office tenant in The Grove, a mixed-use project in central Austin.
Auctane has signed a lease for nearly 105,400 square feet of office space. The Austin-based company also owns e-commerce shipping brands ShipStation, ShippingEasy, ShipEngine, and ShipWorks.
Ecommerce company Auctane has signed a lease for 105,385 square feet of office space in Central Austin. Local office brokers say the lease is one of the largest office lease transactions in the local market this year.