ReadyToShip partners with Sendle
ReadyToShip, a leading Australian integrator of online e-commerce platforms, has partnered with Sendle to give online retailers another option for domestic shipping.
Customers using ReadyToShip can now link their account with Sendle to start sending orders through the flat-rate door-to-door delivery service.
The partnership will benefit smaller e-commerce companies in particular, according to Nathan Huppatz, co-founder of ReadyToShip.
“As Sendle will pick up even just a single shipment it means that small sellers won’t have to go to a post office to drop off parcels. They can spend more time focusing on growing their business,” Huppatz said.
Under the partnership, ReadyToShip users get access to free Sendle premium accounts, saving them a further $1 on every parcel sent, while Sendle’s customers receive three months of free access to ReadyToShip’s logistics management software, helping them manage orders, print pick lists, invoices and labels and send tracking numbers to customers in seconds.
ReadyToShip connects to many large e-commerce platforms such as Magento, eBay, WooCommerce, BigCommerce and Shopify. The shipping service has processed over five million orders for Australian customers and is responsible for a delivery every three seconds. It partnered with Australia Post earlier this year.
The integration with Sendle opens up even more choices for Australian business owners looking to streamline and automate their shipping services without the budget and resources required for complex software and management systems.
“We are excited to be the first shipping management platform to integrate with Sendle. Our convenient services, combined with Sendle’s innovative logistics, create an affordable solution for e-commerce retailers throughout Australia,” Huppatz said.
Commenting on the partnership, Sendle’s chairman, Simon Martin, said, “Our integration with ReadyToShip means that Sendle can now be used simply and reliably with every major e-commerce platform in Australia, including Shopify, eBay and BigCommerce.
“This means more choice and simpler, cheaper parcel delivery for millions of online retailers throughout Australia, letting business owners focus on what matters.”
Sendle’s integration with ReadyToShip caps a year of successful partnerships for the Australian delivery startup, which also announced an integration with Australian e-commerce platform Neto last month.