Customer Success Stories


Jewels of Denial Saves Time & Money with Endicia

“It’s priced competitively and is just one of those rare applications that always seems to work right, whenever you use it. I don’t have to worry about losing valuable time and money because of errors.”

Tom Branik

Jewels of Denial Founder

Jewels of Denial
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Jewels of Denial

Jewels of Denial’s Shipping Need 

Founded by Tom Branik in 2007, Jewels of Denial offers a wide variety of jewelry – rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, anklets and toe rings – for people of all ages. With the use of various online marketing resources, the company has grown from a simple concept to a thriving business with several thousand customers all over the world – many of which are repeat buyers.

Tom and his team sell most of their items through their website. They usually send out 10-20 packages a day, but during peak periods such as the end of the year or around holidays, such as Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day, it can go up to 50 packages a day. And that’s where Endicia plays a key role.

Endicia’s Solution

After doing some research and comparison shopping, Tom chose Endicia for its flexibility and ability to easily integrate with the other programs he uses. He was happy with his choice as soon as he started using the software, finding it intuitive and very simple to use.

Endicia is entirely integrated into the company’s workflow. Once an order is received through their e-commerce database shopping cart program, they manually process it through the system. Though this may sound daunting, it actually only involves entering the order number into Endicia's database integration tool. After that, the rest of the process is completely automated. The software grabs customer shipping information from the Jewels of Denial database and quickly generates postage and shipping labels.

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