Are you looking for a new shipping software platform and are trying to decide between ParcelPath nd PitneyShip? We’ve gathered all the information about both in one place, including features, pricing, and carrier options.
Let’s take a closer look at these two platforms.
ParcelPath is an easy-to-use platform for shipping parcels using USPS and UPS heavily discounted rates. While they only directly integrate with Shopify and BigCommerce, ParcelPath supports bulk label generation through spreadsheet imports. Unlike most self-service shipping platforms, ParcelPath also supports quotes and arrangements for freight shipments, from large boxes to entire truckloads.
Pitney Bowes is the original shipping and mailing company, creating the first postage meter over a hundred years ago. Today, they’re still in the game with PitneyShip, the powerful e-commerce shipping solution that ties into Shopify, Amazon, and eBay. Pair it with the PitneyShip Cube, and you have a tightly connected ecosystem perfect for small and medium businesses selling goods online.
ParcelPath vs. PitneyShip Compared
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