Great news – we have some exciting new Veeqo features to announce!
Veeqo customers are now able to ship their orders in Veeqo directly with the UPS integration. All you need to do is choose which UPS services you’d like to use and Veeqo will create and print the label, update the order as shipped, and email the customer the tracking number for you. Pretty simple!
Our customers are also able to save up to 70% off their shipping costs with Veeqo and a free Endicia account. With the USPS integration, customers can buy postage, print shipping labels and request refunds for unused labels without having to pay an additional $15.95 per month for an Endicia account. This free account also gives access to Commercial Plus Pricing and Cubic Rates.
The services included in the USPS integration are as follows: USPS Priority Mail, USPS Priority Mail Express, USPS Parcel Select, USPS Media Mail, USPS First-Class Mail International, USPS First-Class Package International, USPS Priority Mail International, USPS Priority Mail Express International, USPS First-Class Package International.
Additionally, Veeqo’s POS feature allows customers to connect their devices to barcode scanners via a USB cable or Bluetooth for ease of use and faster sales processing. Using a barcode scanner with a Veeqo account makes scanning invoices and searching for products both faster and easier, while also drastically reducing the margin for errors. You can also edit and personalise till layouts and design you own receipts, so you can let your branding shine. What’s more, there’s no limit on the number of tills per shop, so you can have as many as you want.
Lastly we have Veeqo Shipping, a new feature which can save customers up to 45% on their shipping costs. Integrations include USPS, FedEx, UPS, Royal Mail, MyHermes, and DPD. With this feature, customers can manage their orders, bulk print labels and packing slips, and email customers with tracking informations.
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