One of the biggest selling points for our clients is that through a single integration with ARTA’s API, they receive pricing and fulfillment services for object types that require different levels of service during transport. Here, an overview of the differences between our three Service Tiers: Premium, Select, and Parcel.
ARTA’s API allows businesses to leverage ARTA’s instant pricing and payment features and end-to-end fulfillment services with a single integration. Read on for a full product overview and key features of our API.
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As COVID-19 turbo-charged the online art market, buyer behavior has changed. Read our key takeaways from part two of the Hiscox Online Art Trade Report and how the ARTA API can help sellers sustain growth and build loyalty.
We are excited to announce an updated, streamlined Public API for new integration customers. We are excited to bring our automated shipping, fulfillment and streamlined transaction solutions to more customers worldwide. Read on about what's new.
We are excited to announce that a number of sales utilizing the ARTA API integration with LiveAuctioneers are officially live, offering streamlined transaction and automated fulfillment solutions for auction houses.
Four key takeaways from the Hiscox online art market report and how the ARTA API can help businesses accelerate online sales growth.
ARTA's API provides an ecommerce solution for high friction items that are notoriously difficult to sell online via a single, click-to-buy transaction. In this post, we outline use cases for our API, it's key features and benefits, and show the API in action.
Today, we announced our upcoming Pilot API integration with LiveAuctioneers, the leading online destination for rare and collectible art, antiques and luxury goods. The integration will provide automated shipping solutions for auction houses and buyers on the world’s largest online auction marketplace for one-of-a-kind items.
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The last mile is often the most challenging, costly, and technologically deficient portion of the delivery process. As consumers demand more from e-commerce, the shipping and logistics sector has to move to making last mile a strength and not a setback.