With NexxShip Shipping Software, shippers can have the best of both worlds… postal automation and discounted USPS rates.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
Nexxio, a leading shipping software provider, announced today the release of a new component for it's NexxShip Global Multi-Carrier Shipping System that allows shippers of all sizes to utilize the U.S. Postal Service in the processing of its small parcels, and by doing so save 25-30% off 2010 USPS published rates. From within NexxShip, shippers can process USPS packages in much the same fashion as they would for their UPS, FedEx, and DHL packages... straight forward, fast, accurate, and integrated. USPS rates that were once only available to the largest shippers, are now available to any shipper through Nexxio’s NexxShip Multi-Carrier Shipping Software.
Adding USPS automation to NexxShip allows small parcel shippers of any size to automatically weigh, rate, and process USPS packages, while receiving discounts off published USPS Priority and Express rates. What this means for businesses everywhere is, whether they ship one or one thousand packages per day, they will receive discount rates for USPS Domestic Priority, USPS Domestic Express, Flate Rate Letter, and Small, Medium, and Large Flat Rate Boxes.
Other key capabilities of NexxShip Multi-Carrier Shipping Software include:
- Global address validation that prevents delivery delays and returns
- Alerts that indicate when Ground will get it there as fast or faster than Expedited services
- Mark shipments as being delivered to a commercial or residential address
- Printing of international documents, Bills of Lading, Packing Lists, and bar code labels
•Rate shopping across all carriers
According to Nexxio’s CEO, David Vannoy, “Because of the previously cumbersome nature of processing USPS packages through postage meters or postal manifesting systems, shippers sparingly used the U.S. Postal Service because they either did not want to add the separate process of a postage meter, or did not meet the daily volume requirements necessary to manifest their USPS packages. With NexxShip Shipping Software, shippers can have the best of both worlds…postal automation and discounted USPS rates.”
NexxShip is a global, multi-carrier, small parcel, LTL, and TL transportation solution that is built for the way businesses need to ship…straightforward, fast, accurate, and integrated. Whether a company’s shipping operation is facilitated from a single warehouse location or is distributed around the globe, NexxShip enable them to implement an advanced shipping solution (regardless of the number of locations, number of users, unique business rules, processing functionality, or the manner in which it needs to be integrated with other critical business systems). With the launch of NexxShip’s new USPS component, shippers of all sizes can utilize the U.S. Postal Service in the processing of its small parcels, and by doing so save 25-30% off 2010 USPS published rates. NexxShip’ USPS module is immediately available. For more detailed product description and pricing information on Nexxio Shipping Software, visit http://www.nexxio.com.
Since 2002, Nexxio has been a pioneering developer and vendor of high quality logistics software; with focus on providing complimentary and supporting technology to help its clients better leverage their investment in existing enterprise applications. Nexxio’s NexxShip Multi-Carrier Shipping Software can be scaled from a simple, low-volume shipping system, to an enterprise-wide, dynamic multi-carrier execution. Whether your business ships 25 or 125,000 packages per day, NexxShip can be quickly and easily configured and implemented to help you meet the requirements of your business and your customers.
A privately held company located in Dallas, Texas, Nexxio’s clients range from small, privately held businesses to large, globally located, public companies. Common to all their clients, however, is the need to automate and streamline logistics processes, re-purpose logistics data to multiple front-line business operations and enterprise applications, and improve their bottom-line on costs and profits.