Teapplix Announces Its Merchants Reaches $60 Million GMV in 2008
Integrated Web-Based Solution Automates Shipping Saving Merchants Time and Money
PALO ALTO, Calif. – January 8, 2009 – Silicon Valley startup Teapplix announced today that within one year of launching its innovative web-based shipping and email automation service, its merchants has exceeded $60 million in annual gross merchandise value.
“Teapplix has proven to be a disruptive shipping automation technology", said Xudong Yan, founder of Teapplix. "Being the only fully web-based shipping platform for online merchants, Teapplix frees merchants from having to do shipping, customer service and order management from one central location. In addition, merchants no longer need to constantly patch their software and perform other time-consuming backups and network management functions."
Teapplix has fully modernized the shipping automation software industry formerly served by desktop tools dating back from the 1990s. Teapplix's innovative "remember weight & dimension" feature handily cuts a merchant's daily shipping label creation time to 20 minutes or less.
"Our success is due to the fact that Teapplix is a very good piece of technology based on years of shipping experience in Silicon Valley," says Xudong. "Customers have validated this by converting to Teapplix in droves."
Teapplix provides shipping and email automation software for merchants and other small businesses that sell online. We support eBay, Amazon, Yahoo Stores and other popular shopping cart software. Delivered as a web-portal, Teapplix is the fastest and most convenient shipping automation solution that will cut daily shipping time to a fraction of what it is today.
For more information about Teapplix, including a free 30 day trial, please visit www.teapplix.com.