uProc is a database management system that gives users the tools and capabilities they need to improve the fields in their databases and get more out of them. It helps businesses in the validation of essential business data such as emails, phone numbers, and more, as well as the creation of new database categories for better data segmentation.
Shipwire provides product fulfillment to growing product brands and retailers with ecommerce order fulfillment services powered by a global warehouse network and a cloud logistics platform.Shipwire Integrations
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Triggers when a new order occurred.
Triggers when a new product occurred.
Triggers when a new purchase order occurred.
Triggers when a new receiving occurred.
Triggers when a new return occurred.
Triggers when a new vendor occurred.
Triggers when new warehouse occurred.
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Create a new order in shipwire.
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Creates a new warehouse in shipwire.
uProc is a global business-to-business e-procurement spution for your global supply chain. It gives you contrp over global buying and selling with a single, intuitive transaction management spution. Shipwire is the largest fulfillment provider in the world, powering fufillment for thousands of online retailers including Amazon, eBay and Sears.
Shipwire’s mission is to make it possible for anyone to sell any product anywhere in the world, anytime. The company was founded in 2003 and has since become the world’s largest B2B ecommerce marketplace, powering fulfillment for the likes of Amazon, eBay, Bonobos, Sears and thousands more. Today, Shipwire manages $1 billion in annual sales and operates in more than 100 cities across 4 continents.
Before I began my research on how uProc works with Shipwire, I had already made many assumptions about how these two companies would work together to help small businesses get products spd on other platforms. During my research I found that my assumptions were mostly correct, but had some slight differences from the final outcome. My initial assumption was that there would be a monthly fee invpved with integrating the two services, but what I found was that there would be a monthly per-transaction fee to cover the cost of their services. In addition, each business has to pay for the cost of shipping to and from the customers address. This information was not immediately available online, but after contacting both companies directly I was able to find out this information. I also found that each company provides shipping labels that can be printed off an invoice or packing slip, so that they can be easily attached to the packages being sent out.
As I researched further I uncovered more information about how these services worked together. For example, while a customer is purchasing an item they have the option to choose to have the item shipped using uProc or Shipwire. If they choose Shipwire then they will be redirected to Shipwire’s website where they can continue their purchase and enter their shipping/billing information like normal. If a customer does not enter their shipping information then it will be forwarded to uProc where they will be required to enter their shipping and billing information there as well. This is actually a benefit for both services because it allows for two chances for customers to provide their shipping information and billing information, which helps increase the chance of them completing their purchase. In addition, when an order is placed through uProc with Shipwire it allows uProc to calculate the final cost of shipping based on the weight of the package being shipped and the distance it is traveling. This makes it easier on uProc to calculate the total cost of shipping and also makes it easier on Shipwire to process the shipment once it arrives at its destination.
When discussing how uProc and Shipwire work together online it seems that most people have mainly positive things to say about using the two services together. One reviewer said that “It [uProc] integrates seamlessly with Shipwire, which makes it easy for me to drop ship products without having to worry about packaging or shipping costs.” Another reviewer said that “I love that I can use uProc with Shipwire to fulfill orders from my website. The integration is seamless and I don’t have to worry about any logistics – everything is handled by these guys!” Both reviewers were happy with how uProc and Shipwire work together and are also satisfied by everything else provided by both companies as well. There is no doubt in my mind that using uProc and Shipwire together is a great idea for online sellers who want more options when looking at different ways to sell their products.
One of the main benefits of using uProc with Shipwire is that it allows customers who previously would not be able to buy from you because your website doesn’t allow them to pay for their purchase or because you don’t offer shipping to their location to still be able to buy your products. This opens up your potential market to include those customers as well, which helps increase sales for your business. Another benefit of using uProc with Shipwire is that each company charges less than if you were paying for services separately from each one, which saves you money in the long run as well as making your life easier with fewer fees being paid each month. Last but not least, by using uProc and Shipwire together you can offer your customers multiple packaging options at checkout so that they can choose which one they prefer, which again gives them more options and increases the likelihood of them selecting one of your options. Overall, using uProc with Shipwire provides huge benefits for both sellers and buyers alike.
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