From the ShipRush Team Room...
Mel Pierce Camera in Hollywood California sells from a Brick and Mortar store, on Amazon and on eBay.
How do you grow from a couple dozen shipments/day to up to a couple hundred/day? With process, thinking, shopping around, and.... appropriate technology (read: ShipRush).
Creating a standard process is crucial. Since ShipRush hooks to multiple ecommerce systems, and to Excel files, you can pull orders in from all sources,
An amazing story, and an amazing business!
Nicole Snow's story is worth four minutes of your time. The logistics are impressive:
Sourcing product from India and Nepal
Running a business from a remote location in Maine
Running an ecommerce web site (http://http://www.darngoodyarn.com/)
Winning the Grand Prize in the FedEx Small Business Grant Project! (http://news.van.fedex.com/fedex-anno...nt-competition)
Yes, yes. The year is not so new at this point. I went on vacation and asked "Has anyone been blogging?" and discover that the answer is.... no.
I will try to get myself and the team back on the blog!
ShipRush has had two GA releases so far this year, and a large range of improvements to My.ShipRush.
More news coming in the next 1-2 weeks!
(Did you see the new youtube clip for ShipRush? "Little Red"....
No surprises... it is that time of year!
The details are here, including the 2013 FedEx Service Guide:
ShipRush automatically uses the new rates. No action or adjustment is needed!
Happy shipping in 2013!
The ShipRush team spends all day, every day, talking to ecommerce merchants. Many of these merchants sell on the eBay and Amazon marketplaces (either exclusively, or in conjunction with their own web sites and shopping carts).
We hear it all. The good, the bad, the, er, "un-pretty."
And today, on the front page of the Sunday Seattle Times, there is a Seattle Times reporter who not only has heard it from merchants, but has reviewed