TechCrunch says "AfterShip Gives Amazon-Style Post-Sale Powers To Any Online Merchant". With the AfterShip API, an online merchant can now show directly the tracking results of 40+ carriers at the store. Allowing your customers to track delivery status directly at your store instead of the carrier sites means more returned customers and better customer service . Read more how you can benefit from the AfterShip API below.

1. Better Customer Service

With AfterShip API, You can easily display delivery results at the order page like Amazon. Your customers no longer require to search for the email and the tracking number for tracking, they can simply visit your store, login and then track for the package! Greatly reduce customer inquires, too!

2. Same Formats Across Carriers

By integrating one single API, you can save your time and money on integrating multiple tracking systems.  And you use UPS or DHL for delivery, you can show the tracking results in the layout that fits your store design, and provides user a better and consistent user experience.

3. Increase Page View / Site Visits

Allowing your customers to track at your site means driving the traffic back from the carriers to your store. Based on UPS data, each customer track at least 2 times* of the delivery results, imagine you drive this traffic to your site and show some new promotions to your customers when they visit your site?

*UPS Data: Daily Delivery Volume: 15.8 million packages and documents Online Tracking: Average 32.1 million daily tracking requests