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Stamps.com Introduces a New Integration with Teapplix

August 10th, 2011

I’m excited to announce Stamps.com’s new integration with Teapplix, a provider of e-commerce software designed to import order data from different marketplaces into a single webpage, export data into QuickBooks® software and automate shipping functions. logo_teapplix

With this new integration, Teapplix customers who use Stamps.com can easily produce shipping labels for all USPS mail classes and utilize online postage discounts for international mail, First Class Mail®, Priority Mail® and Express Mail® without having to navigate away from the Teapplix interface.

Here are some of the key features available to Teapplix customers:

  • Ability to import orders from different e-commerce stores such as eBay®, Amazon®, Buy.com® and Sears® Marketplace into a single webpage
  • Option to print shipping labels using the U.S. Postal Service® or other carriers
  • Real-time tracking at the inventory level with profit and loss analyses
  • Enhanced visibility and inventory control with the generation of QuickBooks reports that detail products in stock

The new Stamps.com integration allows customers to combine cost-effective USPS solutions with Teapplix’s shipping capability and real-time accounting features. As a result, customers can easily incorporate the USPS into their shipping mix and make on-the-spot, educated decisions to save their business money. Needless to say, Stamps.com is excited to introduce customers to this new integration and features!

  1. stampscomblog
    August 16th, 2011 at 14:52 | #1

    Hi Abbottgr, Sorry for this inconvenience. Please email us more specifics regarding the label cut issue at social (at) stamps.com. Also, our support team will make sure you get credit for any incorrectly cut label.

    Eric
    Stamps.com

  2. Abbottgr
    August 11th, 2011 at 08:04 | #2

    Up until now I have been very pleased with Stamps.com. The latest batch of stamp forms have not been cut correctly and have made the stamps come out to high. Checking the old forms I find that the new forms are just a little larger and are causeing this proplem. PLEASE correct so I do not have to keep sending in for credit.

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