myHermes update their Linnworks integrations

By Chris Dawson October 1, 2014 - 8:30 am

myHermes featmyHermes latest Linnworks integration is now live and available to all of their Linnworks customers, both those who have credit accounts with myHerms and those who pay for shipments on an ad hoc basis.

Linnworks Macro

Credit account customers can now enjoy full macro integration with myHermes, making sending parcels easier than ever. The macro is a script that Linnworks customers can write to automate certain processes such as label generation and allow them to send parcels via myHermes from within Linnworks, meaning that they don’t have to visit the myHermes website each time they want to send parcels

Linnworks CSV

Meanwhile, myHermes have also improved the CSV import process for our Pay as You Go (PAYG) customers, that they launched earlier this month. This means that Linnworks customers can export their orders and then upload this directly into myHermes and this process has been updated to make it easier for customers.


How the new myHermes – Linnworks integration can help you

  • Save time – Whether you use the CSV or macro option it’s even easier for you to use myHermes with Linnworks, saving you time uploading and importing orders.
  • Improve customer communications – myHermes have included full tracking for all your deliveries that’s also available to your customers so that they can track their own orders in real time.
  • Reduce delivery costs – Benefit from myHermes cost effective, fully tracked delivery rates and if you send over 150 parcels a week you can apply for one of their Business Accounts which offer a range of benefits including van collection.

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