One Stop Order Processing add new monthly payment plans

By Chris Dawson January 25, 2016 - 2:50 pm

One Stop Order ProcessingOne Stop Order Processing have just announced new monthly payment options for their software solution.

You can now pay for the Standard Plus and Premium versions of One Stop Order Processing monthly. There is no setup fee, no contract and you do not have to commit to take a certain number of months. The plans are competitively priced at £35 per month for Standard Plus and £55 per month for Premium.

One Stop Order Processing customers use the software to streamline their order processing by collating orders from different selling channels in a single place. It enables you to process orders in batches rather than one at a time.

The fully functioning order processing system links to many of the different selling channels you’ll use (Amazon, eBay, Rakuten, Magento, Shopify etc) and also supports most courier systems (including the new Royal Mail 2D barcodes), as well as linking to common accounting packages. The system is highly configurable and suits many businesses ranging from customers that only sell a few items a day to others that regularly process over a 1,000 orders per day.

Everyone that trials One Stop Order Processing is given the option to have a free one to one training session to help you to install and setup the system. You can download a trial today for free.

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