Why SPEED Matters
Time is money, and speed is the name of the shipping game.
Customers want fast shipping.
Every missed delivery promise is recurring revenue lost.
Fast? We like fast. Speed requires high-performing technology that is fast enough to handle unlimited shipping requests from unlimited locations and real-time processing of complex business rules and rating logic.
Do this, and you'll be getting customer orders onto the truck faster than ever.
Is Your Shipping Execution Quick Enough?
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Speed isn’t just another specification, but rather an important gauge of efficiency, quality and productivity for every business.
From label-to-label, a well-integrated shipping solution should automate the shipping process in minimal time (aka by pushing for millisecond transaction times and NOT over-leveraging carrier web-services that take multiple seconds).
ProShip Speed Test
ProShip completed a speed test to show a real world representation of a high-volume, load balanced ProShip customer.
The ProShip Solution
You deserve the #1 in speed, compliance, reliability and experience.
With ProShip you will...
- Improve customer satisfaction & retention
- Increase productivity & profitability
- Stay flexible & intensify visibility
Learn why today's top companies like Ulta, Staples, QVC, Trek Bicycle, REI and Sephora trust ProShip as their multi-carrier shipping solution.
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