BRISBANE BUSINESS SIMPLIFIES AUSTRALIA POST

BRISBANE BUSINESS SIMPLIFIES AUSTRALIA POST
TELSTRA-BACKED Brisbane business Neto is powering up Australia Post and delivering a godsend to ecommerce businesses.

From today, the ecommerce solution provider - majority owned by Telstra - is offering Australia Post customers an all-in-one solution to integrate sales channels, orders, payments, customer information and accounting with the Australia Post delivery services.

Neto simplifies the freight process by enabling customers to pick, pack and print their Australia Post shipping labels with a click of the mouse.

This means a user-friendly approach to label creation, rate access and better visibility of parcels.

Ryan Murtagh (pictured), Neto founder and CEO, started developing the solution after facing challenges in scaling his own online stores.

"Operating several online stores and struggling to scale my own ecommerce business effectively with the tools available to me, I decided to solve the problem through innovation," says Murtagh.

"Using Neto as a basis for people to sell their products online, we have partnered with a number of accounting, point of sales, inventory management and marketing platforms, as well as key shipping providers such as Australia Post - enabling businesses to fulfil their orders efficiently [locally and worldwide]."

Ben Franzi, general manager ecommerce platforms and digital at Australia Post, says the partnership allows for a 'smarter, seamless way'.

"Australia Post is partnering with the world's leading ecommerce providers to make it easier for our business customers to get online to manage, track and dispatch their orders securely and simply," says Franzi.

"Our new partnership with Neto empowers businesses to manage their ecommerce and operational needs directly, offering a smarter, seamless way to send parcels with us."


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