Pitney Bowes, Shyplite Partner come together to launch shipping platform for SMEs

Customers will be able to select the most efficient shipping option at the best price, creating an improved customer experience with each parcel delivery.

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This new shipping solution reduces shipping costs for both retailers and office shippers and speeds accurate delivery to Indian customers and online shoppers.
NEW DELHI: Pitney Bowes Inc, a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing, finance, and data, and Shyplite, a logistics technology company that provides a multi-carrier integrated SaaS platform, have announced a strategic partnership. They have teamed to launch a multicarrier shipping platform for small businesses that simplifies office shipping.

This partnership will provide cost savings for small and medium sized businesses in India by optimizing parcel delivery. Customers will be able to select the most efficient shipping option at the best price, creating an improved customer experience with each parcel delivery. By removing the complexity of everyday shipping, SMEs and ecommerce retailers can focus on delighting customers and growing their business. Additionally, this solution offers plug-ins for shopping platforms, parcel consignment, parcel tracking, billing and customer support from one convenient dashboard.

In a statement, Venkat Rao, Country Director, Pitney Bowes India, said, “For nearly 100 years, Pitney Bowes has been removing the complexity of mailing for our clients. Now, we are focused on doing the same for shipping. We look forward to continuing to innovate with our partner Shyplite.”


“This alliance is a step forward in making shipping affordable, simple and reliable for smaller businesses in India that previously did not have access to the improved customer experience and cost savings of a shipping platform like we have developed,” said Sugam Jain, CEO and Co-Founder, Shyplite, in a statement.

According to the Pitney Bowes Shipping Index, India shipped 1 parcel per person in 2017. The overall parcel volume grew 15 per cent YOY, reaching a total of 1.5 billion parcels shipped compared to 1.3 billion parcels in 2016. This new shipping solution reduces shipping costs for both retailers and office shippers and speeds accurate delivery to Indian customers and online shoppers.
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