UPS and FedEx shipping integration
We might not be your typical client. We need to be able to ship repaired products back to the customer, so a shipping integration with the ability to import tracking info, and create prepaid return labels would be great!
The Shipstation integration was updated to allow users to make use of FedEx and UPS shipments to send back product to clients.
Ryan (CTO, Pinellas Computers) commented
Don't forget to add related notification options (for action-triggers related to ordered/sent) in Notification Sets. We need these to trigger OTHER systems, please.
David Sewell commented
We do a similar thing we, we have a client that we do repairs for that has multiple different locations, we are currently using Ship Station to make generate this shipping lables on the customer account, some sort of repairshop <-> Ship Station integration would be nice
The Hard Drive commented
This would be nice
I use UPS and USPS a lot.
Would be nice if could API to the shipper to generate packing slips and labels and auto attach tracking #s, and customer shipping cost as well as my discounted price costs to estimates/invoices.
Being able to at least create a packing slip once an item is ready to ship back would be great. we use QuickBooks to do this under the Invoice (drop down and choose to print Packing Slip). We have FedEx software on the PC and have to print the label from FedEx or UPS for that matter. Having that integrated somewhere would definitely be more efficient, but at the very least...have an option to create a packing slip would be a great start.
Ryan T. M. Reiffenberger commented
Seeing either integration generate and provide a PDF of the packing slip that we can either email to the client, print ourselves, or print via a Dymo 4XL Label Printer.
Any sort of mail carrier would be great to be honest - It would be nice to be able to integrate with endicia.com, but I'm assuming the integration would be labor intensive.
Again, a UPS integration would be awesome.
Yakima Generator commented
integration of Shipstation, They integrate with woo-commerce and lots of other online formats, USPS, FED Ex, UPS and others.
Yakima Generator commented
We do a lot of parts shipping, USPS, UPS and Fedex integration would be great
Wes Kauffman commented
We would love an integration with stamps.com.
Josh Bohn commented
I agree. We are a heavy user of Fedex online shipping to return repaired items to customers as well as ship sold inventory. An integration that would allow a button to be clicked on invoices and completed tickets that would generate a printable FedEx label would be great. Or, even that opens the Fedex shipping website with our login and populate the customer specific fields.
What we would need in that sense would be a generic API, which can be used for multiple shipping companies (we would need to use different ones depending on location). If the system could automatically do this by transferring the customer's name, address, phone number to an online booking system, which would then transfer the tracking information back to RS, that would be the ideal.
We ship consumables to customers via UPS and FedEx. Integration would be fantastic to reduce errors and log the shipments for tracking in RS.
Essentially you could have the api with stamps.com and enable shipping through them. We currently have that setup with our WooCommerce website. Sometimes we even bring in all of our online stores by using Ship Station.
Jason Suminski commented
Agreed, this would be a big help for us as well. Sending out the label and tracking the repair and return.
Having a FedEx and UPS integration options would be a huge benefit to us. Like several of the other comments, we start a ticket by sending our customer a shipping label so they can send their equipment to us for repair.
George Hamelin commented
I have a few address stored in Fedex that I ship to on a regular bases and it would be nice to generate a shipping label from those saved address.
I'm going to look into shipstation but we send prepaid FedEx labels to customers and ship packages through FedEx. It would be ideal for us to have the ability to email a label for return to a customer via a direct integration. It would also be great to be able to print a FedEx label via a ticket for an outbound ticket and use your current printing integration to select a printer for those labels so we don't need any other third party. I believe it would be possible to build that in.
James Moore commented
Been a minute since I've been in here. Wanted to give some feedback. We've been on Shipstation for about a year now, and there's no going back for me. If we had a "Ship via shipstation" button where it sent the item over to Shipstation with the customer's address info and the ticket number, it would handle it just fine. I can set things like my shipping options in Shipstation. Can even key it to react to a word in the order lines like "rush" and auto set the shipment to a next day air option.
Bottom line, they have webhooks enabled and integrate phenomenally well with Zapier. I'd check them out. We currently have them integrated with:
Xero via Zapier
Right now we take manual orders and input them into Xero, then zap them over to Shipstation if they meet certain criteria. I'd rather do this is from RepairshopR, but it's not really feasible to trigger it yet that I can see. I DO Zap some shipments from Shipstation into RepairShopr as work tickets.
Hope this helps, I'm open to showing you the guts on our end if you want to take a look as well.
We ship primarily through UPS. a UPS world ship integration would be PHENOMENAL as everyone in our shop can navigate RS but we don't want them necessarily working with QB. We would like to be able to generate shipping labels and auto dump the tracking #s into the ticket or INVOICE preferred so it ends up in QB automatically. Prepaid return shipping labels would also be great. could be done many ways. QB emails labels to customers. you could do that or you could provide customers an email to provide their own info and print a return label. I think this would be one GREAT idea to make RS a one stop shop in terms of Business automation.
Jonathan Vicchrilli commented