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shippit + Databox Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between shippit and Databox

About shippit

Shippit is the shipping tool helping you become the store every customer loves. Powering delivery for thousands of Australian sellers, stop dreading fulfilment and knock it out in minutes.

About Databox

Databox is a business analytics platform built to help you understand what's going on with your business and keep KPIs from cloud services, spreadsheets, databases in one place.

Databox Integrations
Connect shippit + Databox in easier way

It's easy to connect shippit + Databox without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
    Actions
  • Create Order

    Creates an order.

  • Get Label information for an Order

    Retrieves labelling information for an Order using the tracking number.

  • Retrieve Quote

    Retrieve quote details for given specifications.

  • Track Order

    Track order by tracking number.

  • Increase Counter

    Increment a specified metric by 1 every time this action happens.

  • Push Custom Data

    Push any custom data to Databox.

How shippit & Databox Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose shippit as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate shippit with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Databox as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Databox with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of shippit and Databox

shippit?

Shippit is a technpogy company that helps retailers sell more products by increasing their visibility and optimizing their performance across all major eCommerce channels.

Databox?

Databox is a cloud based, personalized analytics platform that provides real-time insights on customer behavior, browsing activity, product sales, purchase conversion and visitor source.

Integration of shippit and Databox

The integration of Shippit and Databox will help retailers to get more customers and increased sales. Shippit is an online service that allows an individual to ship stuff to the people they know. Shippit is capable of sending out packages without having the customer’s address. One can also create an account with a single click, connect friends or family members to it, prepare a list of items to be shipped, and then send it to anyone. Shippit is working with Google Analytics and Google Adwords as well.

Databox helps retailers to harness the power of data in order to drive customer engagement and increase revenue. It offers powerful insights on how to optimize online presence of a brand, understand customers’ behavior and plan campaigns accordingly. The integration of Shippit and Databox will help retailers to optimize eCommerce website for better conversions.

Benefits of Integration of shippit and Databox

The integration of Shippit and Databox will provide benefits for both companies. Some of them are as fplows:

  • Increased Sales. The integration of Shippit and Databox will help retailers to improve sales and increase revenues by offering more products with less efforts. It will also help them to increase the number of customers by targeting the potential customers. Further, they will also be able to save time by automating shipping processes with a single click. Shippit will provide more information about the customer behavior and create direct connections with the customers. It will also help them to understand their needs and preferences. This will help in improving sales and increasing revenues.
  • Cost Savings. The integration of Shippit and Databox will help retailers to reduce costs by reducing shipping time and labor costs. It will also help them to manage the inventory effectively by providing proper information about the customer behavior related to products (such as which brands they prefer, what cpor they like, etc.. These details will help in planning sales campaigns accordingly. Moreover, this integration will also help them to optimize the shipment process by using multiple carriers at once and by managing the logistics process through one dashboard. It will also help in creating personalized offers based on the product preferences of each customer. This will also help in saving cost while keeping the customers happy.
  • Improved Customer Experience. The integration of Shippit and Databox will help retailers to improve their brand image by offering better delivery services. They can offer free shipping services along with return ppicies. They can also offer customized discounts based on specific criteria such as product preferences, shopping history, location/zip code, etc. They can also offer Sunday delivery services along with timely notifications about orders. Moreover, it will also allow them to view customer history and analyze their browsing patterns in order to provide better customer service. It will also help them to achieve better conversion rate by integrating product recommendations based on customer history. It will also help them to create landing pages based on the customer behavior in order to promote products effectively. This integration will also help them create targeted ads according to their needs & preferences based on the data provided by Databox. It will also help them in providing best prices & discount offers according to the customer’s shopping history. It will also help them in providing free shipping services for specific products/category purchased by a customer from a certain amount spent on other products/category. For example, if someone spends US$100 on clothing then the shipping for that person should be free if he/she buys another $50 worth of clothing from clothes store X which is owned by company Y. This idea can be implemented by using an algorithm that can calculate how much a given customer has spent on different categories after he/she has made payments using credit cards or debit cards or any other modes of payment. However, this idea may not work if someone buys expensive clothing items from company X itself because he/she may not be willing to spend much on shipping but rather buy more expensive clothing from company X itself even if he/she has already reached US$100 worth of spending on clothing item category (in this case. It may not work if someone buys from Amazon or eBay or some other websites where somebody does not have to buy something other than what he/she wants directly from the website/app-based stores because he/she is getting everything from there but he/she is just buying from there due to lower price compared to other offline stores or physical stores in India for example where he/she could go outside instead of ordering online because of low cost but still he/she is buying from there because it is easier for him/her than going out due to lack of time or any other reason (in this case. This integration may not work if a person buys only one item at one time from a website because he/she may want free shipping but if he/she buys two items at one time then probably he/she would not want free shipping because he/she is not being charged for shipping for himself/herself but for two items together so if he/she gets free shipping for two items together then why would he/she buy another one because it is cheaper than buying two items at one time but probably he/she would buy another one later in order to save money in shipping charges (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys expensive jewelry because it may cost too much so he/she would not want free shipping because he/she would think that maybe it would be cheap if he/she bought it from offline stores but still it would be expensive than buying it online because offline stores do not have discounts or deals as much as online stores do so maybe free shipping might give him/her a good deal regarding pricing like 30% off or 25% off or 20% off something like that but probably he/she would still pay less money at offline stores than online stores (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys expensive electronics such as laptops or smartphones because they might be too expensive so most likely he/she would rather buy it from offline stores instead of buying online even if it means having to spend extra money on shipping (in this case. This integration may not work if someone buys only one item at one time from a website because his/her intention might be that he/she does not want free shipping and still wants to use his own shipping method (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys only one item at one time because he/she might want free shipping but do not want to pay for more money for shipping when buying something else later on so probably he/she would rather wait until next time until he/she actually sees another item that he/she really wants so that then he/she could buy it without paying extra money for shipping (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys only one item at one time because perhaps he/she does not really care about free shipping but just cares about price so when he/she sees another item that he/she wants then probably he/she would still buy that item without checking price difference between his current price and no-free-shipping price (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys only one item at one time because probably his/her intention was that he does not want free shipping but nevertheless when he notices another item that looks interesting then probably he may decide to buy that other item instead without thinking about pricing or anything else but just buying what he wants without caring about how much it costs (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys only one item at one time because probably his intention was that his intention was that free shipping is included in price but still when seeing another item that he likes then perhaps he would still consider buying it even without thinking about free shipping thing or any other thing but just wanting it for himself, meaning that even though his intention was that free shipping was included in pricing but after seeing another interesting item then perhaps his intention has changed and now his intention is just buying whatever interests him even without considering anything else (in this case. This idea may not work if someone buys only one item at one time because probably his intention was that free shipping is included in pricing but when seeing another item that looks interesting then his intention might change because when seeing another interesting item then perhaps his intention changes from

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