Last post Nov 15, 2007 06:53 PM by ngilmore
Oct 30, 2007 07:57 PM|ngilmore|LINK
I am with http://www.shipwire.com we offer an
outsourced storage (warehouse) and shipping (order fulfillment) solution that allows retail businesses to eliminate the headache of shipping and storage.
We have a series of XML API's that can be integrated with ecommerce tools to make it possible for orders from a merchant's web store to be automatically sent to a Shipwire warehouse and the order to be processed and send to the end-buyer.
There is already a Paypal integration completed.
I'm hoping to start a conversation with the community to see if this is a desired feature and how best to get it integrated with the various ASP.Net development projects related to ecommerce.
nate (at) shipwire.com
keywords: order fulfillment, storage, shipping, warehouse, distribution center, ecommerce, small business starter kit, paypal
Oct 31, 2007 02:24 PM|Knight1219|LINK
Oct 31, 2007 02:34 PM|ngilmore|LINK
Shipwire is reaching out to a lot of the existing ecommerce solutions to get integrated (we are already integrated with CRELoaded, Shopify, paypal and have hooks to many other ecom solutions).
I'm trying to figure out what the top ASP.Net ecommerce projects for store fronts/Webstores are. I found DashCommerce and I'm hoping the community has a few others that they like.
Oct 31, 2007 03:24 PM|Knight1219|LINK
Well, DotNetNuke would be a good one to with start with. The Small Business Starter Kit would also be nice to have a custome app for, but it would really be offered to your customers.
And don't forget, there are more programming langauges out there then ASP.net. I would also look at PHP applications so you have more then 1 platform to work with, so your clients aren't held to one set platform they HAVE to use.
Oct 31, 2007 04:33 PM|ngilmore|LINK
Thank you Knight 1219.
I'll check out DotNetNuke.
We are definately looking at more than just ASP.Net coded applications.
If you (or anybody else) has a desire to plug something into shipwire we published an XML API to make it easy to work with us.
Nov 15, 2007 06:53 PM|ngilmore|LINK
Shipwire just added a Canadian Warehouse to our solution. With this a U.S. of foreign company can put inventory into Toronto Canada and then fulfill canadian orders locally through the Canadian Post.
What do you think?
sell in canada