ShipStation announces partnership with the “Shop Now, Pay Later” payment platform Sezzle

By Dan Wilson November 30, 2018 - 12:38 pm

The shipping service ShipStation has announced its partnership with Sezzle a “Shop Now, Pay Later” payment platform.

Established in 2016, Sezzle enables retailers to offer their shoppers the option to pay for merchandise in installments. When a shopper selects Sezzle at checkout, their purchase is split into four interest-free installments that are automatically scheduled over the next six weeks. The merchant is still paid upfront, removing the risk of fraud or non-payment. Sezzle has been shown to increase sales by over 10%, lift basket sizes by over 15%, and increase shopping frequency by over 40%.

With ShipStation, Sezzle users will be able to automate repetitive tasks and eliminate manual data entry with customizable automation features. They can also save time by printing shipping labels and packing slips by the thousands, if need be, using ShipStation’s batch processing capabilities. Plus, ShipStation integrates with over 30 different carriers across the U.S., UK, Canada, and Australia, including USPS, UPS, FedEx, Royal Mail, Canada Post, Australia Post, and DHL. Finally, Sezzle users can take advantage of ShipStation’s free mobile app to import orders, track shipments, and view reports from any iOS or Android device.

We’re excited to partner with ShipStation to continue to offer e-commerce merchants innovative solutions to help them grow their businesses. ShipStation’s robust suite of shipping solutions and reputation as a leader in e-commerce make them an excellent partner for Sezzle. We look forward to working with ShipStation to continue to drive sales and growth for retailers.
– Paul Paradis, Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer, Sezzle

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