ShippingEasy is shipping fulfillment software that pulls in your orders from any marketplace or e-commerce platform you sell on. From the ShippingEasy dashboard, you can process orders, print discounted shipping labels, send automated tracking # emails to customers, manage returns, and much more.
What are some of the advantages of using ShippingEasy?
ShippingEasy greatly reduces the manual work and error prone tasks from processing and shipping orders. Some of the ways ShippingEasy saves time and money for sellers:
Access to the best USPS shipping rates
Automatically send tracking # emails to customers once they’re created
Print labels faster through batch processing, batch printing, or completely automated postage selection through Autoship
Post order status and tracking #s back to Zenventory in real time
Process orders on other selling platforms to consolidate the entire shipping process in one place
Schedule USPS order pickups through the app
How does a Free Trial work?
The free trial is 30 days, with no commitment or contracts. Cancel any time within your trial period and you won’t pay for anything. Credit card required on signup to pay for postage.
“The combo of ShippingEasy + a Dymo 4XL label printer is a life changer for any store owner shipping a physical product. It has cut our fulfillment process from the bane of our business to a manageable, hour per week process. ShippingEasy gets the job done and has all the necessary features, but what sets it apart for me is the customer service. Every time we’ve had an issue or question, we’ve received an immediate reply or phone call to keep our business moving. Further, every one of these customer service interactions represents the way other companies should be handling their service – friendly but efficient and solution oriented.”
“I am absolutely loving ShippingEasy. Every time I have a question I get immediate support. Which is huge for me. Everything is so smooth and no copy and pasting! I have been telling all of my friends with online stores to check them out.”