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Hermes hooks up with Zenstores

By Dan Wilson May 24, 2016 - 4:08 pm

myHermes has launched a partnership with Zenstores to enable its Business Account customers to process and manage their shipments more easily.

Zenstores is a web-based platform that enables SMEs to aggregate and manage all orders from their online stores in one place. From the Zenstores dashboard, users can create shipments via their myHermes shipping account, before printing labels and confirming a pick-up time.

Mark Antwoon of myHermes says: “We are making significant investments to support our Business Account holders which include sole traders, internet power sellers and SME retailers across the UK. It is an area in which we are seeing significant growth and so it is important that we have the right partners on board. Zenstores will help our customers to streamline their operations and maximise efficiency.”

Thomas Palmer, Zenstores: “Our mission is to improve the day-to-day logistics of micro-businesses trading online, freeing up the owner to focus on growing their business and realising their own vision. We are pleased to help Hermes Business Account customers to save vital time and money.”

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