StoreFeeder can now offer customers the ability to print delivery labels via the DPD Ship@Ease system. This is one of many new shipping integrations that are being introduced over the next few months, meaning smoother and easier label production methods for all your distribution methods.
DPD offer an extensive range of domestic and international shipping solutions, all of which can be accessed and utilised through the StoreFeeder integration.
DPD are the choice of parcel carrier for our fulfilment partners UK Fulfilment and offer a fantastic 1 hour delivery slot service which advises your customers of the time to expect their parcel via SMS text and email. Access to the feature is also available through the StoreFeeder integration.
There is a full Knowledge Base article on how to setup the DPD integration and process labels through it. This can be found by clicking here
We are already working on an improved DPD integration to provide an even better carrier solution for our clients.
Please be aware that in order to use this, you must already hold a DPD account and have access to their Ship@Ease software. If you do not have an account with DPD, please contact the StoreFeeder office who will be happy to advise.
For more information on the Ship@Ease software you can watch this nice video courtesy of DPD!
Over the years Play.com has grown from a website that originally only sold region 1 and 2 DVDs to one of the biggest online retailers in the UK market. Since being founded in 1998, Play.com has expanded to sell not only DVDs, CDs and books for which it is most commonly known, but also clothing, accessories and toys. So, what do you get with a Play.com integration?
Next up on our ‘take a look at‘ journey is Amazon integration, one of the world’s largest retailers with everything from A-Z (which incidentally is indicated in their logo).
If you cast your mind back to 1995 you may or may not remember that Amazon actually started out as an online bookstore. They have of course since added many other product lines to their catalogue including DVDs, CDs, MP3s, software, electronics, furniture, toys, clothing and even food. Continue reading
In my previous post we looked at Magento integration and the level of management available using multi-channel software, today I’ll be discussing eBay integration…
When you think about selling online what’s one of the first words that comes to mind? eBay, right? It’s no wonder, as a company they’ve been around since 1995 and have become a multi-billion dollar business. eBay is a marketplace used by both private and business sellers worldwide and given how simple it is to set up an online store more and more companies are making the leap. Continue reading
In a previous post I discussed Magento integration for multi-channel ecommerce and how StoreFeeder can help with your Magento ecommerce operation, but let’s take it to the next step…
In order to allow a system such as StoreFeeder to connect with your Magento store you will need to set up something called an API user along with an associated role. An API is the means by which software can communicate with each other.
Over the next few weeks we’ll look at each of our channel integrations and explain in detail how StoreFeeder can help you to maintain and manage this channel.
First up is Magento Channel Integration…
If you’re not familar with Magento, then Magento is a feature-rich, professional open-source eCommerce solution that offers merchants complete flexibility and control over the look, content, and functionality of their online store. Magento’s powerful marketing, search engine optimization and catalog-management tools give merchants the power to create ecommerce sites that are tailored to their unique business needs. Continue reading