Endicia Integrates Shipping Software with eBay
By Ina Steiner
Endicia announced a direct integration of its online-postage and shipping software with the eBay marketplace. That means sellers can import eBay orders into Endicia, print shipping labels, and automatically post tracking information back to eBay.
The integration also gives sellers the ability to combine up to three eBay orders into a single package and post back one tracking number to each order.
Uploading tracking information to eBay is crucial thanks to the marketplace's seller protection program and Top Rated Seller requirements, and Endicia said the direct integration with eBay now makes it easier for sellers to automatically post-back tracking information right into their eBay vendor profile. The software also offers label printing and customization services so that businesses can create a unique and professional image to promote their brands.
"We are thrilled to offer a solution specifically for those eBay businesses that are just getting started," said Amine Khechfe, general manager and co-founder of Endicia. "Our new feature provides an affordable solution to help small eBay businesses free up time previously spent manually entering shipping data, which increases efficiency and allows them to focus on growing their businesses."
Other integration partners include Etsy, shopping carts and inventory management systems.
The new eBay integration feature is available starting at $15.95/month with Endicia's Endicia for Mac and Endicia Premium service plans, as well as through the Endicia Professional service plan for $34.95/month. Endicia's software is not only compatible with PC, but is also the only native solution of its kind available for Mac.
More information is available on the Endicia website.
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