It’s revolutionary, it’s inspiring… it’s time to never forget sending another package again! No more belated anything. As a matter of fact the word “belated” may go the way of the Dodo thanks to Shipwire.
Shipwire announced today new shipping services which will allow merchants to ship their products to customers before the customer has ordered them — launching the newest revolution in e-commerce since the on demand global warehouse network — Predictive Fulfillment™ and Second Day Before Yesterday™ shipping. This service is targeted to merchants who specialize in goods with limited shelf life such as bell-bottoms, Mondale/Ferraro ’84 bumper stickers, and Pauly Shore “Weez” merchandise.
“In the past decade, the shipping industry has made great strides in next-day and even same-day shipping, but we believe the future of the industry to be in the past,” stated Nate Gilmore, Vice President of Former Marketing and Retroactive Business Development for Shipwire. “Never before have merchants been in the unique position to satisfy the needs of their customers before the customers even know they have needs. As many of our merchants will soon discover, and as many of their customers already have, shipping packages through time opens an entirely new can of wormholes. By partnering with Shipwire, merchants can leave it to us to get their product from Time B to Time A, every time.” More mind blowing details here.
Remember to remind yourself yesterday to visit http://www.shipwire.com. To begin a free trial (free is always free no matter “when” you are), please visit www.shipwire.com/trial. Please don’t expect to buy this product today; check back yesterday and it will be available.
Please note: the information in this article may contain backward-looking statements.
Nate oversees our channel development and developer network, as well as our marketing and public relations. Previously, Nate was at Concentric, acquired by XO Communications, where he ran product management, sales and marketing. Over his six year career with Concentric, he developed dozens of new business channels, by initiating new products for small- and mid- size businesses, developing partner programs for those products, and working with web developers and systems integrators to provide ongoing support of those products. Nate has also held various legal positions in intellectual property and business law. He holds a B.A. in History, and a J.D., from Santa Clara University.