26 October 2018
Qaplà celebrates 4 years with strong growth numbers and business news: the excellent results of the technological platform that allows e-commerce to better manage shipments continue, reaching the performance of the big players in the sector such as Amazon. The company successfully closed the campaign, reaching 337% overfunding> discover the other successful campaigns
In 2018, the company tracked over 7 million shipments, with a 100% growth compared to last year. Active customers are increasing sharply: from 121 customers in 2017, the company now has 350, including ePrice, Vino75 and Top Pharmacy.
If last year Qaplà's technological platform allowed it to monitor 52 national and international couriers, today it allows it to monitor 87, including Bartolini, SDA, UPS, TNT and DHL.
The company's business is in full expansion: Qaplà is now proposing its innovative solution on the Spanish market, leaving the national borders and joining a European market that will exceed $600 billion by 2018 (European B2C Ecommerce Data) .
Positive results in line with those obtained during last year: in the first half of 2017, the company managed over 700 thousand shipments, recording a growth of 363% compared to the same period in 2016.
Thanks to an innovative technology that integrates with the main e-commerce platforms such as Amazon, eBay, Shopify, Magento and Prestashop and that allows to control, in an integrated way, the deliveries managed by different couriers, to administer quickly and effectively shipping issues, to optimize the pre and post shipment management and to build end-user loyalty. Among Qaplà's partners there is also e-motion, the company that develops algorithms to enhance the shipping and post-sales processes of e-commerce and that closed the campaign with 335,000 euros raised.
We wish the company that the strong growth trend and the expansion of its business continue at this pace.
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