(Queue Intel inside music). This past week Shipwire was at PayPal Innovate 2010 in San Francisco. We introduced our new partnership and integration with PayPal. We have integrated Shipwire into PayPal’s Embedded Application Framework.
What does that mean without all the industry jargon? We took some of the cooler parts of the Shipwire order management and label printing features and built them straight into PayPal.
We were honored to be chosen by PayPal leadership to participate in this rather exclusive beta. The Shipwire Engineering and Product teams rocked the integration, and PayPal asked our VP of Product to present the integration at PayPal Innovate (YouTube video coming soon). Techcrunch also chose a Shipwire screenshot to post on their blog (paypal apps screenshot).
We’re blushing with pride and can’t wait until we can tell all our friends that they can use Shipwire inside PayPal (it will be another few months until they launch it publicly).
Here are a few more screen shots of Shipwire making making PayPal shipping awesome:
You can now get Shipwire inside of PayPal. This is the full page installation view.
PayPal account with the new “Apps Tray” with the Shipwire widget being installed.
Review an order, shop shipping rates and print a label UPS, FedEx or USPS label inside PayPal
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.