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Celery and ShipStation Integration Streamlines Pre-Orders

Posted on 1.25.2015

Web-based e-commerce shipping solution ShipStation has unveiled an integration with Celery, which is a platform for pre-orders.

Celery is an e-commerce solution that enables merchants to accept pre-orders. The platform allows merchants to take credit cards upfront, yet only charge when the product is in-stock. Moreover, Celery also offers a full-service e-commerce platform for merchants, which allows users to create a place to sell their products without having to build a website.

Through the new integration, Celery merchants will be able to ship products once the items are in stock. This helps merchants save money and time on order processing, invoices, creating labels and more.

“We’re excited to partner with ShipStation, because they're all about streamlining e-commerce, just like we are,” said Chris Tsai, Celery's CEO and co-founder. “While Celery makes it easy to crowdfund, take pre-orders, and seamlessly transition to in-stock e-commerce, our integration with ShipStation seamlessly syncs orders from Celery for quick and easy fulfillment.”

It is important to note that Celery aims to provide a one-stop shop for crowdfunding, pre-orders and e-commerce. In fact, product makers can leverage the platform to run a pre-order or crowdfunding campaign directly on their websites. 

“At ShipStation, we value innovation and are committed to offer the best tools to make e-commerce easier for online sellers,” said Robert Gilbreath, ShipStation’s Vice President of Marketing. “Through our integration with Celery, we help serve the crowdfunders and innovators who are developing and sharing new products before release. After connecting with ShipStation, Celery sellers will be able to take advantage of the latest efficiencies in importing, managing, and shipping their products.”


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