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Enabling Seamless International Shipping for Marketplaces and Merchants

by Graham Heard | July 19, 2016 | No Comments

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Growing merchants know the next retail frontier is global expansion. In some markets, the proportion of international retail volume rivals purchases from domestic customers, and that will only increase as more consumers in emerging markets are encouraged to buy from retailers in other countries. Marketplaces play a role in this growth because they represent an […]


IRCE Recap: Retail Responsiveness in the Age of the Consumer

by Rachel Martin | June 16, 2016 | No Comments

IRCE 2016 Pitney Bowes booth

Last week’s IRCE in Chicago was an amazing experience for my internal team and from what I saw, it was the same for attendees. Outstanding sessions, aisles of industry expertise, networking with peers, and of course, spending quality time learning about the latest and greatest industry enhancements made it a terrific show. Pitney Bowes was […]


A Year of Global Ecommerce (RE)volution

by Rachel Martin | May 26, 2016 | No Comments

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It’s been quite a year. I’ve had the privilege of being front and center as the Pitney Bowes Global Ecommerce portfolio has grown from good to great in a very short period of time. And with IRCE around the corner, there’s no better time than now to tell our story and demonstrate how a solid […]


How Guaranteed DDP Takes the Uncertainty out of Shipping

by Diana Garcia Martinod | May 11, 2016 | No Comments

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We’d all like for shipping to be an effortless exercise where you simply hand an item over to your carrier and they take it from there. However, as commerce crosses borders and companies expand into new territories, we’re seeing just the opposite effect: increasing shipping complexity. International shipping is carefully regulated and businesses often lack […]


How the Magento Partner Community Supports Ecommerce Innovation

by Sam Coiro | April 28, 2016 | No Comments

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Earlier this month I had the opportunity to visit one of my favorite cities, Las Vegas, for one of the top industry events of the year: Magento’s Imagine conference. The folks at Magento did a fabulous job putting on the show, which brought together more than 2,500 merchants, developers and partners at the beautiful Wynn […]


The Multifaceted Meaning of Omnichannel

by Rachel Martin | April 4, 2016 | No Comments


The term omnichannel has been around a long time but it seems like over the past several months it’s been picking up steam. It’s trendy and used in lots of ways but when you think about what it really means, it’s quite complex. As such, it can often spread sheer fear into retailers because meeting […]


U.S. Passes New Customs Bill: A Win-Win for Online Shoppers and Retailers

by Luisella Basso | March 29, 2016 | No Comments

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The online shopping experience just got better for U.S. shoppers and retailers, thanks to the recent signing of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015. The bill eases import requirements and procedures for low value and risk shipments and for the first time in 20 years raises the de minimus level on inbound […]


Key Considerations for Multi-Site Shipping

by Keith McCall | March 15, 2016 | No Comments

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Many of our enterprise retail customers are challenged with how to optimize leveraging both their brick and mortar stores and warehouse locations for fulfilling product to consumers.  By being able to leverage multi-site shipping with UPS®, FedEx®, DHL®, or regional carriers across multiple sites, retailers are in an optimal position to meet varied objectives: satisfy […]


Transforming Retail: Evolve to Grow

by Rachel Martin | March 8, 2016 | No Comments

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One of the major themes at this years’ eTail West was around transforming retail. Retail is a fascinating world to be working in because transformation is constant. Whether you’re transforming a storefront into a shipping hub or (finally) investing in a serious mobile strategy to meet consumer demand – if you’re not evolving, you’re not […]


Understanding Where Your Customers Are Coming From

by Gregg Zegras | February 24, 2016 | No Comments

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As anyone who travels internationally can attest, it can be quite startling to assimilate into an unfamiliar culture. From asking directions, to hailing at taxi, to ordering a cup of coffee, it can be a challenge adapting to the language, protocol and culture of a country that’s not your home. One of the most common […]