What are integrations & why are they useful

The secret life of integrations: What they are & why they’re useful

The word ‘integrations’ is thrown around the eCommerce world a lot. But what is an integration, how does it work, and why is it useful? What is an integration? Put simply (and in relation to eCommerce and other online platforms or SaaS ...

Is your business ready for Alert Level 3?

Attention New Zealand retailers: Is your business ready for Alert Level 3?

Businesses all over New Zealand are preparing to open shop again as the country gets ready to move from Alert Level 4 lockdown to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm on Monday 27th April. But for many retailers, business will look very different for the ...

How to set up an online store & start shipping in 24 hours

How to start shipping in 24 hours (or thereabouts)

In this weird economic climate, you might be thinking about moving your business online or adding an online option to your bricks and mortar store. If you're already got a website, it’s actually remarkably easy to start shipping products to ...

How to brand the online shopping experience

How to brand the online shopping delivery experience (and why it’s a good idea)

Getting your brand in front of your customers isn’t limited to when they visit your website. In fact, there are plenty of other opportunities to get your brand out there long after they’ve submitted their credit card details. Why does ...

Aggregators vs enablers: Why a courier aggregator isn’t your best option

Aggregators vs enablers: Why a courier aggregator isn’t your best option

Every online retailer, regardless of what they sell, asks themselves the same question: "How do I get my orders out the door?" For some retailers, the answer is a shipping aggregator. An aggregator brings multiple carriers into one platform ...