eFulfillment Service (EFS), one of the nation’s leading order fulfillment providers, is pleased to announce a new integration with Celery, a feature-rich platform that allows people and businesses to easily accept pre-orders for their products.

“Celery is a very cool platform,” says Steve Bulger, Sales & Marketing Manager at eFulfillment Service. “We’ve been hearing from more crowdfunders and ecommerce sellers that need an easy way to accept pre-orders, and Celery gives them that option.”

With Celery, ecommerce sellers are able to accept credit cards upfront and charge those cards when the seller’s ready to ship the orders. Celery also provides order management, automatic email notifications, and all the e-commerce tools needed to run a business.

“We work with crowdfunders to ship orders to backers around the world,” says Bulger. “A lot of them want to continue to accept pre-orders, even after their Kickstarter or Indiegogo campaigns have ended, as they haven’t yet manufactured their merchandise. We also work with people that want to accept pre-orders for products, even if they’re not crowdfunding. Celery is a great solution in both cases. And now, with our new integration, we’ve made it easy for those sellers to automatically send us their orders for fulfillment.”

“Our goal at Celery is to provide sellers with all the commerce and crowdfunding tools they need, including seamless integration with order fulfillment,” says Chris Tsai, Celery’s co-founder and CEO. “We’re excited to be integrated with eFulfillment Service. With the click of a button, merchants can now automatically send their orders to EFS to pick, pack and ship.”

The integration between Celery and eFulfillment Service allows for automated order placement and tracking updates.

“We’ve made it very easy,” adds Bulger. “When our clients are ready, we will automatically pull their orders into our system to begin processing. Once the orders go out, our system will then automatically send tracking numbers back to Celery, saving our clients time while making sure their customers stay in the loop.”