ClearPath E-Commerce Service Now Available to U.S. Retailers

, the international e-commerce and logistics service provided by Pitney Bowes Inc., is now available to U.S.-based retailers on the Magento Open Source Ecommerce Platform.

The ClearPath Service Suite allows retailers who conduct web-based business to take advantage of expanding global online population and favorable exchange rates, while aiming to reduce the challenges associated with international e-commerce.

“The availability of Pitney Bowes’s international e-commerce solutions through Magento Connect will enable our customers to access affordable global delivery services, customs and brokerage management, and a full suite of logistics web services to help make international selling a simple process,” said Phil Robinson, vice president, business development at Magento. “These solutions can really help retailers of all sizes reduce the complexity of international transactions and expand their businesses in the global marketplace.”

Pitney Bowes partnered with e-commerce development and integration service provider Grand River to build extensions between Magento and the Pitney Bowes ClearPath service. The extension is compatible with Magento Community 1.4 and 1.5 and Magento Enterprise 1.9 and 1.10 versions, enabling customers of all sizes to leverage the Pitney Bowes international services. 

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