Shipwire in the News

Crafts software e-retailer finds a better way to ship to overseas customers

Internet Retailer, May 13, 2010

ThoughtFish Media makes and sells software online that customers in 77 countries use to design things like mosaic tile murals for their bathrooms and beadwork for customized purses. Business is booming, says owner Andrew Simmons, but only since it found the right shipping and warehousing provider to smooth out fulfillment hassles that had made overseas delivery hardly worth the effort… As orders come into, they’re transmitted to Shipwire’s warehouse management system, which includes a shipping module that automatically chooses the best parcel carrier and route to expedite delivery at the lowest cost, Simmons says… Now, even though most of his sales are to overseas customers, Simmons says he rarely if ever deals with shipping problems or chargebacks. Read more. | PDF version.

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DEMO 07 Pushes People Power in Tech

InfoWorld, February 5, 2007

“Shipwire was the poster child for people-powered tech. The new company will help small companies compete with the largest retailers by offering a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution for warehouse management, and the pick-pack-and-ship process.” Read more. | PDF Version.

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