Zenstores smashes through the 1m shipments barrier

By Chris Dawson January 10, 2016 - 2:41 pm

Zenstores-LogoZenstores have smashed through the 1,000,000 shipments barrier within twelve months of launching their shipping and order management platform for small ecommerce businesses.

Riding on the crest of the Christmas ecommerce wave the platform, which launched in January 2015, has helped small businesses ship over 1m orders using its cloud-based software.

Zenstores takes the hassle out of shipping products by consolidating orders from eBay, Amazon, Shopify and Magento and automating the printing of delivery labels via Royal Mail and many other couriers. We’ve heard from Tamebay readers who use the software just how good it is, so if you’re looking for a shipping label solution we’d recommend considering Zenstores.

With 61% month on month growth in paid users and 63% growth in revenue during 2015, the Bristol-headquartered startup now has its eyes on rapidly scaling up its userbase, number of integrations and feature-set over the coming year.

zenstores hmThomas Palmer, Zenstores Co-Founder and CEO, commented: “We set up Zenstores last year with absolute focus on simplifying shipping for small businesses so that they can get on with the important task of driving their businesses forward. That approach is bearing fruit, as evidenced by the huge numbers of shipments we’re now processing”.

Zenstores has recently added support for Royal Mail 2D Barcode Labels, making it easier for sellers to adapt to Royal Mail’s new standard. Integrations with leading ecommerce platforms Etsy, WooCommerce and OpenCart are all planned for Q1.

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