Shippit launches shipping and delivery tool


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Tuesday, 25 June, 2024

Shippit launches shipping and delivery tool

Delivery and logistics company Shippit has launched a solution designed to provide retailers with a better view of their shipping and delivery operations. The platform, Shippit Insights, enables mid-market and enterprise users to leverage a range of data to unlock hidden efficiencies and improve customer delivery experiences.

The platform can provide insights from across over 250 data points presented via dashboards, which have been tailored in consultation with Australia’s top retailers. Dashboards are also customisable to meet the unique needs of each retailer. The platform can provide insights from across the domains of logistics and operations, e-commerce management and finance.

Shippit Chief Product Officer Inga Latham said the platform can help Australian retailers respond to growing competition from global retail giants such as Amazon and Temu.

“As economic pressures persist, unit economics are top of mind for retailers. We’ve designed a solution that enables them to find new efficiencies and cost savings, whilst also providing the delivery experiences that incentivise loyalty,” she said. “Through everything from advanced fulfilment, carrier performance and carrier quote and cost, to fulfilment optimisation, freight dispersion and carrier allocations, we’re enabling our customers to transform the last mile and turn their challenges into their greatest advantage.”

Latham said the company’s data and insights are already used by over 4000 retailers to optimise fulfilment, delivery and the post-purchase experience.

“Now, through the launch of Shippit Insights, they’ll be able to create an even deeper, broader and clearer picture of their entire shipping and delivery operation,” she said.

Shippit’s customer base includes major brands such as Kmart, Cotton On, Woolworths, Total Tools and Temple & Webster.

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