This week we’re making the linksync eParcel for Magento public beta available. It’s been more than six months of research, development and extensive testing, and now we’re thrilled to make it available to Magento users Australia-wide.
Thousands of businesses rely on the Australia Post eParcel service to fulfil their shipping needs, and until now, Magento Commerce users had to struggle with either manually copying and pasting, or using CSV export and import solution in conjunction with the eParcel portal. When you’re shipping hundreds of orders a week, or in many cases, each day, having to jump between disconnected systems is very inefficient, and based on the huge interest in our solution by Magento users, it seems to be point of pain for many business, both on and offline.
That’s about to change dramatically for the better.
With linksync Magento eParcel you can create consignments, print eParcel labels, including article ID and tracking number for each parcel, print daily shipping manifests, and automatically notify your customers by email with shipping details when their orders ship. All with the few clicks of your mouse, and all from within Magento.
Take a look at the demonstration:
linksync eParcel for Magento is the first eParcel-based release in a broader range of integrations for popular shopping cart solutions. We’ve already started work on eParcel solutions for WooCommerce, Magento and have other cart solutions in our development road-map.
More information about linksync eParcel for Magento.