Inventory management platform Veeqo announces new features

Inventory management platform Veeqo has announced new integrations with couriers UPS and USPS and new POS and shipping features, which are now live.

Customers can now ship their orders in Veeqo directly with UPS integration. They simply need to choose which UPS services they want to use, and Veeqo will create and print the label, update the order as shipped and email the customer the tracking number.

They’re also able to save up to 70% off shipping costs with the platform and a free Endicia account. And with its integration USPS, there’s the ability to buy postage, print shipping labels and request refunds for unused labels – without having to pay an additional $15.95 per month for an Endicia account.

This free account also gives access to commercial plus pricing and cubic rates. Services include the likes of USPS Priority Mail, USPS Priority Mail Express and USPS Parcel Select.

Veeqo’s new POS feature allows users to connect their devices to barcode scanners via USB or Bluetooth, boding well for a speedy performance and faster sales processing.

Also, using a barcode scanner with a Veeqo account makes scanning invoices and searching for products much easier, cutting down shipping time. Users can even edit and personalise till layouts, design their own receipts and are permitted unlimited tills per shop.

Veeqo Shipping is a new feature that can save up to 45% on shipping costs. Integrations include USPS (70% off shipping), FedEx, UPS (65% off shipping), Royal Mail, MyHermes and DPD. With it, customers can manage their orders, bulk print labels and packing slips and email customers with tracking informations.

Matt Warren, founder and CEO of Veeqo, said: “Veeqo is a product driven company, which means our main focus is on making Veeqo the best system for retailers to use around the world.

“Launching the new point of sale or till system for customers is really exciting, so now they can use Veeqo for managing all their online orders and also for their in store tills, so that everything is one place to manage everything. Also having the new courier integrations means we are going to save our customers a lot of time and money, which is what we like to do.”