GoECart, a US-based provider of Ecommerce solutions for small and medium-sized businesses, has teamed up with Canada Post to enhance the shopping experience for Canadian shoppers who buy from US-based merchants.
Canada Post is a non-government owned corporation, and acts as Canada’s primary mail service. The agreement will allow US-based GoECart merchants to provide estimated times of arrival and rates, while also providing the merchants themselves with printable shipping labels and the ability to provide tracking options.
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GoECart is a provider of on-demand Ecommerce solutions. GoECart 360 is the company’s flagship product, and combines Ecommerce storefronts with multi-channel orders and inventory management systems, and added CRM capabilities. Its service allows merchants to provide support for web-based store fronts, points of sale, call centers and mail catalogs.
With the immense amount of payment options and solutions for global purchases, the Ecommerce marketplace, as large as it may be, feels smaller than ever on the shoppers’ side. Providing convenient localized options for shoppers outside your region can help tremendously with gaining and retaining more shoppers from foreign markets.