ShipStation: Make delivery a point of differentiation

By Chris Dawson May 7, 2019 - 3:45 pm

ShipStation is all about making delivery a point of differentiation and, as the first real touch point with a consumer, can make or break a future repeat customer. Whilst at a basic level, ShipStation’s role is to make it effortless to produce shipping labels, their aim is to give retailers the tools they need to compete.

That’s why they partnered with Tamebay to write the ‘Prime Movers: How to compete in the Amazon Prime age’ White Paper. It examines how Amazon have raised the bar for the delivery experience, both in terms of speed and in options such as within the hour, same day, pre-noon, next day, home, locker, parcel shop, named day and a plethora of other options.

ShipStation was created in the US as a multi-channel multi-carrier delivery platform and were exhibiting at last month’s Internet Retailing Expo as part of their expansion into Europe, with a new office opened in Hammersmith this year.

Having seen Amazon set the bar for retail delivery, as a business scales and partners with more marketplaces automation becomes key but not, according to ShipStation at the expense of delivering a great customer experience with the delivery choice that they prefer.

Prime Movers How to compete in the Amazon Prime ageMore Information

You can download ‘Prime Movers: How to compete in the Amazon Prime age’ White Paper for free here.

For more information about how ShipStation can assist you visit their website.

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