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Win £100 Amazon voucher in our Carrier Choice and Carrier Management Survey

By Chris Dawson December 3, 2019 - 10:00 am

Start the Tamebay Survey on carrier choiceWe are currently running a Tamebay Survey which looks at which carrier choice and and how you manage multiple carrier relationships. You can start the survey here and be in with a chance of winning £100 Amazon voucher as a thank you. Craig from Hockley, Essex has just won the previous £100 Amazon voucher, kindly supplied by our survey sponsor NetDespatch.

There are many carriers to choose from, both postal services and couriers, but at a simplistic level they all offer a very similar service – they collect your parcels and deliver them to your customers. However, each courier offers different service levels, handle different size and weight parcels, have varying costs, different levels of integration with marketplaces and multichannel management solutions, and can offer a different experience on the door step… or sometimes not on the door step if they offer collection points.

At the same time, if you use multiple carriers we’d like to learn more about what you expect from carrier management solutions and what’s important to you as an online retailer. We’d like to know what your current solutions can offer you as well as the features your ultimate carrier management solution would provide.

The Tamebay Carrier Choice and Carrier Management survey will be used to direct editorial and inform us of future solutions that could be of interest to you and we’ll publish the results once the survey is complete.

Be the next £100 Amazon voucher winner

It should only take 5 minutes to take the Tamebay Carrier Choice and Carrier Management survey and upon completion, you’ll be entered into a draw to win the next £100 Amazon voucher. Start the survey here.

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