ShipStation Goes to Market with ERP from SAP for Small and Midsize Enterprises

Austin, TX, Aug. 12, 2020 — ShipStation, the world’s leading web-based ecommerce shipping solution, today announced the launch of its go-to-market collaboration with SAP. ShipStation and SAP will support ecommerce sellers via the integration of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software from SAP, the market leader in enterprise application software, with the ShipStation platform.

The SAP® Business One solution can meet the needs of growing businesses, subsidiaries, and franchises. The following SAP capabilities will be available to SMEs on the ShipStation platform — allowing them to integrate core ecommerce processes, make accurate and insightful decisions based on real-time information, and improve customer experience:

  • Pre-packaged e-commerce solutions from a shared network of SAP and ShipStation resellers

  • A full ERP suite designed for Small and Midsize Enterprises – Accounting, Banking & Financials / Inventory, Production & Distribution / Purchasing & Operations / Sales, Service, & Support / Asset Maintenance & Management / Analytics & Reporting

  • SAP’s partner ecosystem of certified Consultants, Integrators, Resellers, and Add-on publishers

With more than 300 global partnerships with leading shopping carts, marketplaces, carriers, and fulfillment services, tens of thousands of ecommerce retailers trust ShipStation to solve their day-to-day shipping needs — wherever they sell and however they ship. SAP, as the global ERP leader, provides proven growth platforms for businesses of all sizes. SMEs will now reap the benefits of a centralized system of record for managing enterprise assets and processes, including external vendors, partners, and e-commerce apps in addition to marketplaces, inventory, payments, and shipping carriers — enabling them to further scale their business and delight their customers.

“With today’s rapidly evolving retail landscape, it’s critical for businesses to have a comprehensive view and understanding of all assets and processes now more than ever,” said Russell Griffin, Senior Director of Channels at ShipStation.

“The flexibility of ShipStation’s platform and the real-time process integration offered by SAP Business One allow SMEs to orchestrate all aspects of their business, enabling efficiency, profitable growth, and improved customer experience,” said Steve Tait, Head of SAP Business One in North America. “Now, SMEs can reduce the cost and time required to make their businesses run better.”

To learn more about ERP offerings from SAP for small business and midsize enterprises, please visit For more information about ShipStation’s shipping software, and how e-commerce retailers can solve the daily challenges of managing orders and processing shipping, please visit

About ShipStation

Every day, tens of thousands of ecommerce retailers rely on ShipStation to solve the day-to-day challenges of importing orders and processing shipments. The trusted leader in shipping software since its founding in 2011, ShipStation helps online sellers scale their businesses and deliver exceptional customer experiences, with an intuitive online solution that allows them to efficiently ship orders — wherever they sell and however they ship. The multi-channel and multi-carrier platform offers the most integrations of any e-commerce solution, with more than 300 partnerships with leading shopping carts, marketplaces, carriers, and fulfillment services, including FedEx, USPS, UPS, Amazon, Shopify, and BigCommerce. ShipStation is headquartered in Austin, TX, with offices in Sydney and London, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of (Nasdaq: STMP). For more information, visit

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