Sendle launches free integration with Shopify
Australian courier service Sendle has launched a free integration with popular e-commerce platform Shopify.
The integration allows Shopify users to connect their stores into the Sendle dashboard and start using the nationwide door-to-door delivery service instantly.
Online sales are synced and imported directly into the dashboard, which streamlines the process of label printing, order booking and management and easy parcel tracking.
Sendle doesn’t require minimum order quantities, so customers can send as many or as few parcels at no extra cost. It offers flat-rate pricing, which it claims is typically 40 per cent cheaper than traditional post.
The collaboration with Shopify is the latest in a series of high profile e-commerce integrations launched by the courier service over the past 12 months, including Neto, ShipStation, ReadyToShip and StarShipIT.
Sendle also integrates with Xero, allowing business owners to create and dispatch orders directly from an invoice.
James Chin Moody, CEO and co-founder of Sendle, said the company’s main goal is to level the playing field for small business owners around Australia.
“Our vision is to level the playing field and simplify shipping and delivery for thousands of small and medium business owners around Australia. The ongoing development of our open API allows us to easily integrate with key partners, as we work to create an e-commerce ecosystem for more users, ” he said.