TradeGecko, the leading inventory and order management platform for small and medium businesses, is excited to announce their integration with the highly anticipated Amazon Australia marketplace.
The integration connects back-end supply chain operations with front-end store management seamlessly. With the launch of this integration, TradeGecko consolidates business operations, inventory, order and channel management on one platform, thereby offering a competitive advantage to Amazon merchants by spending less time managing their operations and more time maximising their sales.
Amazon.com.au has been one of the most closely followed stories in the Australian retail space and promises to offer an exceptional online shopping experience to Australian shoppers. Merchants can look forward to leveraging the millions of Australian shoppers expected to buy regularly from Amazon.com.au.
With TradeGecko’s integration into Amazon.com.au, sellers don’t need to struggle managing inventory with manual spreadsheets or expensive enterprise software. We’re delighted to be able to help TradeGecko customers add this new channel to their business, without having to add-on operational overhead. Now that’s game-changing. Cameron Priest, CEO of TradeGecko.
The integration pulls new order and sales data from Amazon into TradeGecko so that sellers get real-time sales insights and can quickly ship orders to their customers. The integration also pushes up-to-date stock levels and price updates from TradeGecko to Amazon, helping sellers integrate their sales channels and ensuring they don’t oversell their stock; an issue that costs retailers over $1.75 trillion a year, as reported by NBC News. This way, sellers can scale their business with Amazon.com.au without adding operational load to their business.
Merchants who are already selling online with Shopify, WooCommerce and Magento, or selling wholesale, can easily integrate their existing operations into Amazon.com.au with TradeGecko. TradeGecko also integrates with other essential services for sellers, including accounting integrations with Xero and Quickbooks Online, shipping, payments, as well as proprietary solutions such as a mobile sales app and a private B2B marketplace.