Zenkraft launches shipping app to integrate more carriers with Salesforce

Zenkraft launches shipping app to integrate more carriers with Salesforce

The new Multi-Carrier Shipping app, available on the AppExchange, is 100% force.com native and integrates directly with any object or managed package; streamlining inventory management, invoicing, or any other business process.

According to Zenkraft, Salesforce users can now access many new shipping carriers inside the Force.com cloud, enabling them to “compare carriers, calculate shipping rates, integrate with thermal printers, schedule pick-ups and access many more features without ever leaving the Salesforce platform”.

New shipping carriers supported include: Aramex, Asendia, Australia Post, Canada Post, Canpar, Colis Privé, Colissimo, Deliv, DHL Express, DHL Global Mail, DPD, Direct Link, Fastway, GLS, GSO, Hong Kong Post, IMEX, Interlink Express, LaserShip, LSO, New Zealand Post, Norco, OnTrac, Parcel Force, Post Haste, Postmates, PostNL, Spee-Dee, StarTrack, TNT Express and Yodel.

“The decision to invest 18 months in integrating 30 new carriers into our platform was purely customer-led. As organizations are building more of their business applications on Salesforce CRM, they are searching for solutions like ours that are robust, secure and can be implemented and rolled out in hours, not days,” commented James Lumb, CEO of Zenkraft.

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Ian Taylor

Ian Taylor is the Editor of Triangle’s Mail & Express Review Magazine and the www.postandparcel.info portal. Ian has been a business journalist for almost 30 years, editing and writing for a wide range of magazines and newspapers with a particular focus on the transport and logistics industries.

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