UK shipping platform Zenstores adds WooCommerce support
Zenstores, a British shipping platform for online sellers, has today launched an integration with WooCommerce, according to Builtwith the most popular ecommerce platform on the web. Ecommerce sellers with a WordPress site can now manage orders and dispatch items more easily.
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Zenstores already supported sellers who use Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Magento or Shopify to sell their goods online, but today it announced it now also supports WooCommerce, a popular ecommerce toolkit for blogging platform WordPress. “Integrating with WooCommerce makes our platform available to a massive and highly-engaged global audience of small online sellers and makes us a part of the amazing WordPress community, which we’re delighted to now be able to contribute to”, Zenstores CEO Tom Palmer said.
After adding integration for WooCommerce, Zenstores has more ecommerce platforms in mind. It said it wants to integrate BigCommerce and OpenCart for the second quarter of this year.
Zenstores aimes to decrease the time sellers are busy with shipping tasks. It was launched in January 2015 and is headquartered in Bristol in the United Kingdom. Since its launch it saw more than 1.7 million orders shipped through its platform. It supports sellers shipping orders with Royal Mail (PPI and 2D Barcode labels), myHermes, Yodel, APC and SecuredMail.