Zenstores, an order-management and shipping platform for online sellers, added support for Etsy, it announced on Wednesday. The company is based in the UK and supports Royal Mail and many other couriers, but added support for US carriers is coming.
Zenstores spokesperson Dan Madden said about 20% of its users are based in North America, and it will have deeper integrations with USPS and UPS in the next few months. “Many of our North American users love the platform for the ease of printing address labels quickly and easy for eBay, Amazon and Shopify orders,” he said.
The company said it had been inundated with requests from Etsy sellers who wanted to use Zenstores. “We also know there are many current Zenstores users who use Etsy alongside platforms like Shopify and eBay or Amazon marketplaces and want to manage all their different orders from one place.”
“Using Zenstores sellers can now book shipments, print labels and dispatch orders from any combination of the following supported ecommerce platforms: Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Magento, Shopify.”
The company was founded last year by online merchants Tom Palmer (CEO), Rob Ashcroft (CTO) and Ben Reynhart (UI & Design Lead), who had been selling on eBay, Amazon and several Magento stores, Madden explained. They created Zenstores when working to automate their own ecommerce business.
Zenstores is also planning integrations with WooCommerce, OpenCart, and Bigcommerce this year.
More information is available on the Zenstores website.