ShipStation, an eCommerce shipping solution, has announced a partnership with Mirakl. The partnership will integrate ShipStation to the Mirakl Connect ecosystem, granting merchants access to enhanced shipping processes on the world’s leading marketplaces.
Merchants in the Mirakl Connect ecosystem can now easily access ShipStation through a direct integration. In parallel, ShipStation merchants can now access Mirakl Connect, the industry’s largest ecosystem of vetted global brands and marketplace partners. Within the ecosystem, ShipStation merchants get access to Mirakl’s 350+ marketplace channels and selling tools, with the ability to seamlessly retrieve and print order labels through their ShipStation accounts. As a result, merchants are better equipped to build and grow their multi-marketplace businesses, and marketplace operators can provide better customer experiences thanks to accurate, real-time shipping updates.
“With the proliferation of eCommerce, it’s critical for merchants to be everywhere their customers are shopping,” said Sudha Chandrasekharan, Senior Vice President of eCommerce Products at Auctane, ShipStation’s operating brand. “Now more than ever, the online marketplace is a critical sales channel. ShipStation’s integration with Mirakl empowers our merchants with the tools they need to start selling on marketplaces faster, and gives them access to the established customer bases of some of the world’s most trusted retailers.”
“Through this partnership, sellers in our Mirakl Connect ecosystem will be equipped with a renowned solution, already used by sellers around the world, enabling them to offer a delivery experience that matches best-in-class retailers,” said Jean-Gabriel de Mourgues, Executive Vice President, Mirakl Connect & Growth Solutions. “By being positioned to confidently respond to shopper demands for speedy, efficient deliveries, our sellers’ conversion rates will improve. It’s a win-win for all stakeholders in the marketplace ecosystem – shoppers, sellers, and our customers, the companies operating marketplaces.”