CSV import makes Zenstores accessible to every online seller
May 6, 2016
06/05/2016 - Bristol, UK: Zenstores — the order management and shipping platform for online sellers — has today launched a CSV import feature that makes the platform accessible to every small online seller in the UK.
Zenstores already has direct integrations with Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Magento, Shopify and WooCommerce, and has more planned for release over the summer. However, the new CSV import functionality gives sellers using any ecommerce platform a quick and easy way to import their orders.
With over 30 selling channels available to UK sellers, Zenstores prioritises direct integrations based on demand from current and prospective users. While those integrations are being rolled out the CSV import feature gives sellers who might be using a less common shop system alongside marketplace mainstays like eBay and Amazon an accessible means of managing and shipping all of their orders from one place.
Tom Palmer, Zenstores CEO, commented:
“These days sellers have lots of choice when it comes to choosing a shop system for their business, so it’s essential we make Zenstores universally compatible. Launching a user-friendly CSV import is a great way to do that while we continue to roll out direct integrations with leading ecommerce shop systems.”
Headquartered in Bristol (UK), Zenstores launched in January 2015 and is on track to see 20m shipments processed through its platform in 2016. Fully compatible with Royal Mail 2D Barcode Labels, Zenstores makes it easier for sellers to adapt to Royal Mail’s new standard. The cloud-based platform is rolling out support for ecommerce platforms OpenCart and BigCommerce in Q2, while integrations with couriers ParcelForce and DPD are also just around the corner.
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