PAID, Inc. Launches Upgrade to Zen Cart Shipping Calculator Integration
March 12, 2015
Westborough, MA – PAID, Inc. (OTCBB: PAYD) today announced the release of an upgraded Zen Cart extension module for integrating its shipping calculator technology into the Zen Cart e-commerce platform. This release contains a number of new features and assures that clients can stay up to date with the most recent version of Zen Cart. Both UPS and FedEx rolled out updated pricing for 2015 which includes new dimensional weight calculations. AuctionInc’s shipping calculator module provides Zen Cart users accurate real-time comparative rates and adds the capability to take item and package dimensions into account.
In addition to the update, AuctionInc’s shipping calculator module is now available directly through the Zen Cart Plugin Directory on www.zen-cart.com.
“Keeping our product line up-to-date is a critical part of our technology,” stated Austin Lewis, PAID’s CEO. “Our clients rely heavily on the accuracy of our updates to the constant changes in the carrier rates as well as staying current with the upgrades to our growing line of shipping calculator products.”
PAID’s shipping calculators are powered by the AuctionInc platform and the Zen Cart upgrade is a great complement to the current product offerings. AuctionInc supports plug-ins for Magento, WooCommerce, Mal’s eCommerce and X-Cart platforms as well as its own ShopCart, ShipCalc and Shipping Rate API. Along with providing real-time carrier rates and dimensional weights, clients can configure handling, packaging material weight, insurance, and shipping discounts. The AuctionInc technology supports capabilities that are rarely found in online shipping calculators such as drop-shipping and intelligent packaging.
“As with many of our other products, we offer a free two week trial so that our clients can easily see the benefit before they commit to any one of our pricing plans,” adds Lewis. “Clients can take advantage of our ability to accurately calculate rates across multiple carriers and services based on both dimensional weight and physical weight”