ShipWorks Enterprise launched for high-volume warehouses
Shipping software provider ShipWorks has announced the launch of ShipWorks Enterprise, a platform designed to manage order fulfillment across enterprise-level organizations.
The software is built specifically for high-volume warehouses and fulfilment houses and aims to reduce shipping costs, optimize workflows and improve employee efficiency.
Central to ShipWorks Enterprise is the instant shipping rate comparison tool, which provides instant comparison of rates across select carriers, so that users can find a deal that works for them.
Other key features include powerful reporting and workforce management tools and easily-customizable user access rights, which can be altered for each online store integration, workstation or location.
ShipWorks Enterprise imports sales orders from a variety of other warehouse software suites, including WMS, TMS, OMS and ERP platforms. Data connectivity options include OBDC, Excel, CSV, TXT and XML files, and the ShipWorks API - an advanced program that allows developers to add customized integrations to their existing software, app or web-based platforms.
ShipWorks co-founder and general manager Wes Clayton said "ShipWorks Enterprise is the result of us paying close attention to the changing warehouse shipping environment over the last few years.
"Warehouses need visibility, cost controls and carrier options to maintain ROI and stay competitive. With ShipWorks Enterprise, our customers can now access these new features to lower costs and expedite package delivery."
Andrew Smith, director of operations at ShipWorks customers Golf Direct Now, said "ShipWorks Enterprise features have brought about a ton of efficiency in our overall shipping workflow. We are able to process 300-400 orders a day which is a 10x improvement over what we were able to do previously.”
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