Shiptheory can help eCommerce merchants worry even less about their orders and ensure delivery through seasonal order fluctuations.
While Boostmyshop helps manage inventory and orders, Shiptheory automates the shipping side of things. Adding Shiptheory in conjunction with Boostmyshop means you can manage your shipping just as easily as you inventory and warehouse management.
The main benefits of Shiptheory integrations
Shiptheory helps save you time, money and effort, reducing the number of repetitive tasks you have to perform and helping you process orders faster and more efficiently. Shiptheory connects directly with your sales channels and a number of worldwide carriers – now including PSS!.
Automatically print customized labels with your logo and preferred information on one sheet, helping you make your picking and packing more green and efficient.
Set up shipping rules to automatically send goods out notes to your carriers based on certain requirements being met, sending different types of orders to different carriers.
Automatically update order status in both applications when an order is shipped.
Connect Shiptheory and Boostmyshop account
You can signup for a Shiptheory account for free at shiptheory.com, and use the same credentials on myFulfillment to integrate via API automatically.
It’s also worth nothing that you’ll need an OBA (Online Business Account) if you’re looking to use Royal Mail! Once sorted, the onboarding teams will be happy to get you set up!
Frequently asked questions
What are the different Shiptheory subscription plans?
Shiptheory offers a total of 5 different set subscription plans that can cover the needs of all business sizes. Whether you are a sole trader and ship only a few shipments every month, or a large scale business with multiple warehouses, there is a Shiptheory plan that can fit your needs!
You can find all Shiptheory’s subscription plans, and their respective features, from their pricing page.
Does Shiptheory offer a free trial?
Yes! When you create a Shiptheory account, it gives you a 2-week trial to setup and test with. During this period, you also have full access to Shiptheory’s Support Team, who will be more than happy to assist you with the setup of your account.
What carriers can you connect with using Shiptheory?
Shiptheory connects with a number of local and global carriers – they integrate with some of the world’s biggest, such as Hermes, DPD and FedEx, but if you’re looking for something smaller or more local, why not check out our list of carriers and channels?
How are Shipping Labels created?
As orders, or shipments, are automatically imported to your Shiptheory account from your Channel(s), they pass through the rules engine. If a shipment matches one of your shipping rules, a shipping label is created with your predefined Carrier shipping method. A label is created that is printable from your Shiptheory account dashboard. If the carrier produces a tracking number, the tracking number is returned to your channel. If Shiptheory attempts to create a label from one of your shipments and your carrier denies the consignment, an error will be shown on your Shiptheory dashboard in red. Shiptheory keeps your channel(s) updated with exactly what is happening in your Shiptheory account.
What about Manifests?
Each Carrier works slightly differently when it comes to shipping manifests. A good rule of thumb is to consider that Shiptheory automatically populates your manifest ready for you to print out each day. Although you probably need to login to your Carrier to print the manifest each day, it should have already been populated with any shipments your Shiptheory account created labels for. You should check our documentation for your specific Carrier to make sure Shiptheory is working your manifest in the way you expect.
You can read more about on How Shiptheory deals with Manifests.