ShippingEasy is now integrated with Bonanza

By Dan Wilson April 11, 2018 - 2:02 pm

Shipping management service ShippingEasy is now fully integrated with online marketplace Bonanza. They offer cloud-based shipping, inventory management, and customer marketing solutions for ecommerce sellers of all sizes.

ShippingEasy enables merchants of all sizes with, as the name suggests, shipping. They claim to offer the best rates and help businesses grow. They are already integrated with other online marketplaces and platforms including Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Walmart, Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce and others.

As they say of the development:

We’re excited to integrate with Bonanza due to their focus on merchant success by making online selling easy, which is exactly what ShippingEasy does for our customers through our innovative shipping, inventory management, and customer marketing platform. Our respective companies’ approach to seller success is complementary, and the integration will produce a superior experience end-to-end.
– Katie May, ShippingEasy’s CEO

And if you’re not familiar with Bonanza, it’s worth checking out, especially if you’re based in the United States. It takes pride in billing itself as being “built by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs” and is particularly popular with merchants who have become disenchanted by eBay. What’s of particular interest to some is the fee schedule: they only charge sales commissions on successful transactions and there are no listing or subscriptions to pay.

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