Thursday, November 13, 2008

New ShipRush Release Focused on eBay & PayPal Sellers

Z-Firm, an eBay Certified Provider and the maker of ShipRush, announced the latest enhancements to the ShipRush software available in version 6.1. eBay sellers that accept PayPal and sell across multiple online channels, such as ProStores, can use ShipRush to manage their shipping, tracking and buyer communication as an all-in-one solution.

"The goal is to enable merchants who ride the eBay and PayPal platforms," said Rafael Zimberoff, ShipRush product manager. "ShipRush has a large footprint in the eBay space, and now helps sellers who accept PayPal, no matter what shopping cart they use."

ShipRush advanced features for merchants:
  • Bulk/batch shipping
  • Packing list support
  • Shipment email notification to buyers
  • And more...
"ShipRush for eBay has been a godsend," said Jay Gee, Full Spectrum Service Group. "It is a phenomenal time and energy saver, and it facilitates greater accuracy because the information comes right from the buyer's eBay contact information. I would recommend ShipRush to anyone who sells on eBay. It works perfectly."

ShipRush for FedEx is free of charge, and can be found at eBay sellers who use the U.S. Postal Service, free and for-charge versions of ShipRush are available at and

Founded in 1992, Z-Firm has been making ShipRush since 1998. The ShipRush mission is to bring big-warehouse shipment automation to small businesses. ShipRush is "FedEx Compatible," "UPS Ready," "UPS OnLine Compatible," and DHL Certified.

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