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Repricing Tool Available on Amazon Marketplace Appstore


RepricerExpressRepricerExpress, which provides repricing solutions for Amazon and eBay sellers, is now available on the Amazon Marketplace Appstore. Amazon launched the Marketplace Appstore in beta in May in order to make it easier for sellers to find Amazon-approved tools.

The Amazon Marketplace Appstore for sellers includes numerous types of tools, including the following categories: Automated Pricing; Inventory and Order Management; Shipping Solutions; Advertising; Product Research and Scouting; Feedback and Reviews; Buyer/Seller Messaging; Analytics and Reporting; Accounting and Tax Remittance; Ecommerce Solution Connectors; and Full Service Solutions.

RepricerExpress announcement follows:

We’re excited to announce that RepricerExpress, the leading Amazon and eBay repricing solution is now available in the Amazon Marketplace Appstore, directly accessible in Seller Central.

The Marketplace Appstore is a one-stop-shop where the small and medium-sized businesses that sell on Amazon can more easily discover quality applications to help them automate, manage and grow their business. Accessible from Seller Central, the Marketplace Appstore features applications created by Amazon and external developers and covers a range of functionalities across the selling lifecycle.

Brendan Doherty, CEO of RepricerExpress said, “At RepricerExpress, we’re excited to be featured in the Automated Pricing category. We hope the new platform will help sellers quickly identify the integrated tools they need to support their selling needs on Amazon.”

You can now find RepricerExpress in the Automated Pricing category on the Amazon Marketplace Appstore.

SOURCE: RepricerExpress Press Release

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