We’re excited to announce two new partners – ShippingEasy and Lokad. Both are part of our brand new Partner Program which allows companies to build integrations and extensions using Stitch’s API.
At Stitch, we constantly build new integrations, like Magento, WooCommerce and QuickBooks Online, as well as added functionality for our customers such as, publishing listings and Master of Price. But there is so much we want to do and only so much time in the day. I think you know the feeling!
Enter the Partner API. By working with great partners like ShippingEasy and Lokad, we can increase the speed at which we are able to bring incredible new integrations and functionality to our customers. We’re able to do twice as much now with partners developing on Stitch’s API. It’s a win-win for everyone.
Now our customers can take advantage of both Stitch, ShippingEasy, and Lokad to grow their businesses.
The name really says it all. As you grow your business and increase your order volume, having an efficient fulfillment process is critical to saving on shipping costs and keeping your customers happy with on-time delivery. With Stitch and ShippingEasy, you can automatically send orders from Stitch directly to ShippingEasy to help manage fulfillment with discounted shipping rates, label printing, and automated tracking. The status and tracking numbers of those orders are sent back into Stitch, so you can keep everything in one place. You can find ShippingEasy by logging into your Stitch account and going to the Add-Ons section of the Integrations tab.
We want to give our customers the tools they need to succeed, from those just starting out to those ready to conquer the world. Our partnership with Lokad empowers those companies that are operating at scale. Lokad takes analytics to the next level with advanced forecasting algorithms, reorder quantities, and pricing optimization. Lokad makes the most of your Stitch data with powerful, intelligent dashboards. To get started, head over to Lokad for a 30-day free trial and you can integrate from there.
Interested in partnering with Stitch? I’d love to hear about what you have in mind. Reach out to me at email@example.com to learn more about our Partner API.
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