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Fully Connected Shipping

4 Things a Shipping API Can Do For Your Business

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Every business wants to be a fast shipper with competitive rates and great service, while minimizing overhead. But goals and results can be two different things. That's why we invented the Pacejet Shipping API, to easily allow businesses to scale their shipping operations and connect with multiple carriers in one place while easily comparing shipping rates.

System integrators, resellers, or any developer responsible for business application software will love the access, control, and flexibility to connect and transact with many freight, parcel, 3PL carriers and shipping services through the API.

Learn more about what a shipping API can do for you...

Enterprise Shipping for the Acumatica Cloud ERP

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Pacejet is pleased to announce new integrated multi-carrier shipping support for the Acumatica cloud ERP system. Leveraging the Pacejet API for RESTful integration, the new solution embeds exciting new features for parcel and freight shipping, rate-shopping, enhanced packing, and more into the Acumatica ERP application. Acumatica users can choose to add Pacejet multi-carrier shipping support only or use Pacejet with the Fusion WMS module for integrated warehouse management and multi-carrier shipping. Learn more on the Acumatica integration page.

Integrate Freight Shipping Into Any Software or Cloud with the Pacejet API

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It's surprising that freight shipping software integration gets such short shrift from most ERP, WMS, and ecommerce systems. Freight shipments typically cost 10x more than parcel so even a modest volume of 10-20 LTL shipments per week can cost $500,000 or more in a year, making integration-driven efficiency a big opportunity to reduce costs. The video in today's post takes a closer look at using the Pacejet API to integrate LTL shipment processing into any software or cloud application. The demo is a bit techy since we're using API endpoints and the Pacejet user interface, but the types of data involved, decisions, and options are useful for developers, users, and managers alike.