St. Louis, MO (September 11, 2013) – Today, ShipWorks, the leading provider of multi-carrier e-commerce shipping software, introduced ShipWorks version 3.5. This new version adds numerous customer requested features including a scheduler; increased automation with CSV, API and FTP integration; and an easy installer. These new features give online merchants even more flexibility in running their business and shipping operations.
Scheduler: The scheduler lets online sellers schedule tasks to run automatically whenever it is convenient for them and their business. This feature is ideal for small to mid-sized e-commerce merchants who have limited personnel, but are growing their business by shipping hundreds of packages a week.
Increased Automation: ShipWorks can now run a program, connect to a website, or upload files to FTP. Thanks to the new API, CSV and FTP capability, this robust feature gives business owners endless possibilities on how they can work smarter and build customer relationships. Examples include, but aren’t limited to, integrating with QuickBooks™, inventory control systems, custom shopping carts or drop shipping.
Easy Installer: The easy installer simplifies the ShipWorks set-up process so that online sellers can connect to multiple online stores and print shipping labels faster than ever before.
Current ShipWorks customers can update to version 3.5 for free online. Those interested in trying ShipWorks, can download a free, 30-day trial at www.shipworks.com.
ShipWorks will be demonstrating version 3.5 at the Shop.org Annual Summit, September 30 to October 2, 2013 (booth #126).
Since 2002, ShipWorks®, by Interapptive, Inc., has played a critical role in helping tens of thousands of online companies streamline their daily shipping operations by processing multiple shipping labels at one time, automatically emailing customers, posting tracking information to each sales channel, and more. ShipWorks connects to over 40 selling platforms including Amazon, ChannelAdvisor, eBay, Etsy, Magento, PayPal, Sears and Yahoo! Stores, and includes direct integrations with DHL Global Mail, FedEx, i-Parcel, OnTrac, UPS, USPS (including Endicia, Express1, and Stamps.com). For more information, visit www.shipworks.com.