Sendle signs new deal with ReadyToShip


Partnership involves linking Sendle with e-commerce companies

Sendle signs new deal with ReadyToShip
Simon Martin (left) with Nathan Huppatz

 

Parcel delivery startup Sendle has entered a new partnership with digital shipping management provider ReadyToShip at the start of the year’s busiest online shopping seasons.

The new deal will allow Sendle to integrate its online e-commerce platforms, including Shopify, BigCommerce, eBay, Magento, PrestaShop, WooCommerce and the most-recent addition to the list, Neto, with the ReadyToShip software.

Sendle says customers using ReadyToShip will now be able to link their accounts with Sendle and also get free access to its premium account features, which includes $1 saving on each parcel.

On the other hand, Sendle customers will receive three-month free acess to ReadyToShip’s logistics management software, which will allow them to manage their orders, print pick lists, invoices and labels, and send parcel tracking numbers.

"Our integration with ReadyToShip means that Sendle can now be used simply and reliably with every major e-commerce platform in Australia, including Shopify, eBay and BigCommerce," Sendle chairman Simon Martin says.

"This means more choice and simpler, cheaper parcel delivery for millions of online retailers throughout Australia, letting business owners focus on what matters."

The company says the new deal "opens up even more choices for Australian business owners looking to streamline and automate their shipping services without the budget and resources required for complex software and management systems".

ReadyToShip co-founder Nathan Huppatz says the company is pleased 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," he says.

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