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Ecommerce Solution Ecomdash Integrates with Fulfillment by Amazon

Ecomdash, an ecommerce automation software system, announced an expanded integration with Amazon’s fulfillment service Fulfillment by Amazon as part of their multi-warehouse functionality. Highlights include automated inventory syncing, automated order routing, a new internal transfer module, and the ability to prioritize FBA among other fulfillment methods. This latest integration intends to thoroughly improve and automate backend operations for sellers who use Amazon’s FBA service.

Learn more about Ecomdash’s Integration with Fulfillment by Amazon here.

“We’ve been working hard at developing a capable, full-fledged inventory management solution for Fulfillment by Amazon, and I’m very proud of the team here for what we produced,” said Kevin Loomis, CIO and co-founder of Ecomdash. “Our customers can now embrace the convenience of FBA with significantly less time-consuming backend tasks.”

Ecomdash’s multi-function FBA integration first syncs inventory across multiple channels and platforms used by an ecommerce seller to greatly reduce the odds of overselling. Sellers can set fulfillment priorities at the product level, ensuring the fastest fulfillment possible for each order. Automatic routing of sales orders from any channel to Amazon’s FBA service allows sellers to maximize the convenience of FBA.

Additional features include an internal inventory transfer process that facilitates the movement of goods between warehouses, generates required labels for FBA, and temporarily treats goods in-transit as unavailable until it is received at its destination.

“We set out to create the most total integration package a seller could want for FBA, a system that automates as many tasks as possible,” said Loomis. “These features, whether you’re a new seller or an enterprise seller, will help you speed up your fulfillment process, reduce wasteful errors, and save more time than you thought possible.”

Other recent upgrades from Ecomdash include integrations with Intuit QuickBooks Online, Jet.com, and ShipStation. Ecomdash now turns its attention to creating an integration to the Walmart marketplace for third-party sellers.

About Ecomdash 
Ecomdash is a software service that streamlines backend operations for ecommerce sellers. Ecomdash automates and integrates omni-channel retailers’ inventory, sales orders, product listings and shipping processes across marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, and Etsy as well as ecommerce-ready website platforms like Bigcommerce, Shopify, and Magento. Ecomdash gives merchants the ability to save time, grow sales, and increase customer satisfaction.

SourceEcomdash Press Release

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