MAM Software recently announced a new integration between Autopart and ShipEngine. ShipEngine, the technology that powers ShipStation and other platforms, is a market leader in shipping APIs and solutions, providing fast and efficient shipping tools to allow users to focus on running and growing their business instead of wrestling with shipping processes.
ShipEngine, a subsidiary of Stamps.com, was designed to solve the logistics problems that arise as businesses scale, allowing them to focus their time, energy, and resources on what matters most. The integration between ShipEngine and Autopart provides Autopart users with the ability to perform shipment rate shopping across multiple leading carriers and services, provide customers with accurate shipping costs upfront and then to generate the shipment labels and tracking numbers directly from Autopart at the point of picknotes being invoiced.
With a ShipEngine account configured, users can retrieve shipping rates from most major shipping companies, including FedEx, UPS and USPS, in real-time. The integration allows for shipping addresses to be validated at the point of shipping, as well as allowing for shipment tracking information to be viewed directly within Autopart.
With users able to check rates for delivery services in real-time and to select a rate, generate a shipping label, and ship items in just a few clicks, this integration allows for streamlined shipping processes and reduced shipping costs, all while increasing the level of service to their customers.
“It’s always satisfying when ShipEngine can help partners like MAM Software provide enhanced services or new features to their own users,” said Eric Abrahams, ShipEngine’s senior director of sales and services. “We are looking forward to this opportunity to connect Autopart’s users with the ability to solve shipping for their businesses.”
“ShipEngine has proven to be a major player in multi-carrier shipping and logistics. We are happy to have a working relationship with them and to offer our Autopart customers the ability to streamline their shipping processes through this integration.” said Ben Stanley, director of product management at MAM Software.