94 votes21 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Insights & Reports · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We’re currently researching and gathering input on all the requirements for true profit reporting.
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I am surprised that this does not have more votes and have not already been implemented by Shipstation. At the least you should be able to enter your landed cost per product in the first iteration. Second iteration maybe one or two more costs that you incur per product. For example packaging. Another would be the commission per market channel, but it will vary by either per product or per product category. And then maybe one or two custom fields a user may want to enter on their costs. Cost of Good Sold is so critical for any business. Revenue is great to see, but not easily knowing exactly what profit was made on each order can easily impact the success of a business. That quick look to see how profitable a day, or week or month is, is vital. Please implement. I am not sure if this is available already, but if we can download all products in shipstation using csv/excel, and then upload it back in adding in these new fields...then it would be so easily for users to implement and start using once Shipstation has created the formula to calculate the costs and then show the profit in dollars and percentages.
228 votes37 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Returns Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Previously our Endicia integration provided the ability to print pay-on-use USPS return labels if your Endicia account was enabled for this feature.
We are currently exploring the pay-on-use option for other USPS postage providers. We will update this post with more information when available.
17 votes3 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Order Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
22 votes7 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Order Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the updates! We’ll keep Google Maps in mind for future updates, but for now we’d like to see interest and support from other users and hope to fully understand the business challenges here.
So if you’re interested in this, please be sure to vote and leave a comment!