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October 17, 2010

Shipwire's Nate Gilmore Discusses eFulfillment Services

Sun Oct 17 2010 15:08:49
Shipwire, which offers fulfillment services to online retailers and marketplace sellers, recently announced it was making its software available for free, regardless of whether sellers are Shipwire customers. AuctionBytes Editor Ina Steiner talked to Nate Gilmore about his company's new Shipwire Anywhere service that bridges do-it-yourself fulfillment and outsourced fulfillment, and about current ecommerce fulfillment trends. With Amazon.com in the game with its FBA offering and indications eBay is looking at ways to integrate with a service on its own platform, it's a good time to get a reality check from a dedicated fulfillment service to find out what lies ahead for online sellers. Run time: 19:20

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