The WebStore Manager has been updated, providing a range of new options for users wishing to send their goods from the United States. International shipping services provided by USPS are now available as part of your integrated shipping configuration.
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The United States Postal Service offer an array of shipping options connected to an online rate calculator that NitroSell uses to calculate shipping prices for shoppers. From time to time USPS upgrades their rate API, and the old one is discontinued.
NitroSell eCommerce has traditionally handled shipping charge calculation by using the Microsoft Dynamics RMS shipping charge settings and synchronizing them to the WebStore. However, Microsoft Dynamics POS 2009 does not provide pre-defined shipping methods and rates.
NitroSell shipping integrations give merchants the ability to present real-time shipping rates to web store customers during the checkout process.
Recently, we released a Canada Post shipping integration module to the Beta and Early Adopters’ versions of NitroSell e-Commerce. If your webstore is currently on this version, you can access the new module using from the Shipping & Taxes section on your WebStore Manager (WSM).
We are pleased to announce the early adopters‘ version of NitroSell eCommerce has been released as the live, stable version of the webstore! Thank you to those of you who chose to try it out over the past 10 months, assisting us with cementing the new features and product improvements.
Between Goods & Services Tax, Provincial Sales Tax, and Harmonized Sales Tax, getting your shipping tax set-up correct in Canada can be pretty confusing: Goods & Services (GST): Everything imported into Canada is subject to GST @ 5%.
In a recent update to the WebStore Manager (WSM), we have greatly enhanced the shipping and tax configuration to enable more flexible configuration scenarios and to make the user interface (UI) more friendly. In this first part of a three-part series, I cover the shipping methods section.