CouriersPlease in new parcel delivery deal with eCorner


Retailers linked with eCorner will have access to CP’s delivery network and flexible service

CouriersPlease in new parcel delivery deal with eCorner
Mark McGinley says eCorner customers will benefit from the deal.

 

Australian e-commerce platform eCorner has integrated its services with CouriersPlease (CP) to offer its customers and their online shoppers flexible parcel delivery choices.

The new partnership between the two mean eCorner customers will now have access to CP’s delivery network and will be offered the option to get their parcels delivered to a PopPoint of their choice.

CP’s PopPoints, which include retail outlets (PopShops) and parcel lockers (PopStations), allow shoppers to collect their parcels during extended hours, seven days a week.

Retailers linked with eCorner will have access to CP’s flexible delivery options, including redirecting a parcel once it’s on its way to an alternative address in the same metro area, requesting the parcel to be left without a signature or requesting the delivery to be left with a neighbour within three houses of the original delivery address.

"In the dynamic e-commerce industry, customer expectations are changing and consumers expect reliable and fast shipping," CP CEO Mark McGinley says.

"Customers also want a choice in how and where their parcel is delivered," McGinley says.

"Our flexible options will give customers of eCorner retailers the option to redirect their parcel at any time during the delivery, at no additional cost.

"By offering customers access to a range of on-demand, flexible services, online retailers can stay relevant in the industry and compete with giants such as Amazon."

eCorner provides services to small online stores to bigger organisations such as Weight Watchers Australia, Gadgets 4 Geeks, Translink and the Australian Institute of Sport.

It allows its customers design, build and implement their specific e-commerce requirements including order management, shipping services, etc.

eCorner CEO John Debrincat says CP will offer its customers more convenient shipping options directly from the stores, which, in turn, will enhance the shopping experience of their clients.

"At eCorner, we are always looking at ways of improving our offering," Debrincat says.

"We do that by extending the functionality of ePages to support third-party systems.

"The direct integration of ePages with CP will allow their customers to request convenient shipping options directly from their store."

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