- 30 November 2016
- Transport / Logistics Services
Australian door-to-door delivery company Sendle has announced it has gone into a new partnership with e-commerce platform integrator ReadyToShip.
A number of customers already use ReadyToShip through a number of existing e-commerce platforms that include Shopify, BigCommerce, eBay, Magento, PrestaShop and WooCommerce. These existing customers are now able to link their accounts with Sendle’s delivery service.
Those using ReadyToShip’s online services will now have access to free Sendle Premium accounts and this will save them a further AUD $1 on every parcel that they send.
Existing users of Sendle will also benefit. Sendle’s customers will now receive three months of free access to ReadyToShip’s logistics management software that will help them to manage orders, print pick lists, invoices, labels and send tracking numbers to their customers.
Commenting on the partnership, Simon Martin, Chairman of Sendle, said: “Our integration with ReadyToShip means that Sendle can now be used simply and reliably with every major eCommerce platform in Australia, including Shopify, eBay and BigCommerce. This means more choice and simpler, cheaper parcel delivery for millions of online retailers throughout Australia, letting business owners focus on what matters.”
Nathan Huppatz, co-founder of ReadyToShip, added: “We are excited to be the first shipping management platform to integrate with Sendle. Our convenient services, combined with Sendle’s innovative logistics, create an affordable solution for eCommerce retailers throughout Australia.”
Such a tie up will be mutually beneficial to both Sendle and ReadyToShip’s customers. It should help streamline the ordering and delivery process and this should in turn help retain customers on the part of the two companies’ clients.
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