Ker-ching: e-commerce boom puts NZ software in 150 countries

Ker-ching: e-commerce boom puts NZ software in 150 countries
Online retailers have to juggle complicated shipping processes. (Image: Deposit Photos)
Henry Burrell
An Auckland shipping and logistics company is on course to process 100 million shipping labels in 2021 as online shopping spikes during the covid-19 pandemic.Starshipit has built a software platform for retailers that integrates with a host of e-commerce stores, inventory and warehouse systems, and courier companies to make it easier to prepare, send, and track packages.The company had customers in 30 countries before covid-19 hit, whereas now, it is used in 150. Its revenues have grown 200% since the pandemic began. Retailers use Starship...

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