Zenstores adds DPD Local integration

By Chris Dawson August 24, 2017 - 12:20 pm

Zenstores have announced a new integration with DPD Local. Zenstores integrated with DPD back in April this year and have now added DPD Local which is the service designed for consumers and small businesses throughout the UK.

The connection enables users of the Zenstores platform to quickly and simply print shipping labels, book services and arrange collections with DPD Local for all their ecommerce orders from one dashboard.

Zenstores automatically imports orders from eBay, Amazon, Shopify and many more leading ecommerce platforms, organising orders into one up-to date and in-sync list. Users can then book bulk print shipping labels and shipments with just a couple of clicks reducing the dispatch time down to seconds.

Zenstores integrates with Royal Mail, Parcelforce, DPD, DPD Local, myHermes, APC and Yodel, as well as courier comparison service Parcel2Go and has helped retailers ship over 15,000,000 orders since it launched in January 2015.

DPD Local Online replaced the former Interlink Direct service and with the website designed with modern users in mind. It combines industry-leading design and user experience intelligence to deliver a booking experience as easy as it is innovative.

“Integrating with DPD Local was a natural progression for our platform as their services are quickly becoming essential for growing online retailers seeking a competitive advantage through cutting edge delivery technology.”
– Tom Palmer, CEO of Zenstores


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