Shipping Sidekick Now Accepting PayPal to Accommodate eBay Sellers PayPal to Add Convenience, Security, and Streamlined Signup Process

. March 10, 2007

Webplus, Inc., a leading provider of small business solutions, announced today that its Shipping Sidekick (www.shippingsidekick.com) shipping rate comparison web site is now accepting PayPal to better accommodate eBay sellers. PayPal users will enjoy a streamlined signup process as well as the convenience and security of PayPal online payments.

Shipping Sidekick makes choosing which package delivery company easy! When sending a parcel, users simply enter the destination and package information in order to quickly and easily compare the shipping rates and delivery time of each shipping company. This allows the user to choose the shipper with the best price for the delivery time needed. Published rates from all four major US shippers are provided side-by-side on one screen. Each delivery company’s ground, rush or priority, and overnight shipping rates are included, eliminating the days of having to go to each shipper’s website to get their rates. Savings of $3-$5 per package are common.

“The ability to pay for the Shipping Sidekick subscription by utilizing PayPal further accommodates our eBay sellers as well as those who prefer not to use a credit card online,” said Bryan Kriech, Business Development Manager, Webplus, Inc. “Our target market uses PayPal heavily so it makes sense for us to utilize it as well. This is something our users have asked for and we are happy to provide.”

For a free Shipping Sidekick trial membership, please visit www.shippingsidekick.com. Please contact e-mail protected from spam bots for more information about Shipping Sidekick.

About Webplus, Inc.
Established in 1994, Webplus, Inc. is a leading provider of small business solutions. Webplus, Inc. develops, markets, and supports the talentsoft line of development tools, middleware, and ecommerce solutions. Webplus’s flagship products include Web+, a robust web application server and development language, Web+Shop, an ecommerce solution for small businesses, and Shipping Sidekick, a shipping rate and transit time comparison software. Millions of copies of Webplus’s software have been distributed to over 100 countries via online and traditional channels. Webplus’s mission is to deliver affordable, simple, robust, and localized software solutions for Small-to-Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) through partnering with local solution providers and value-added resellers around the world.

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