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increase in online revenues
increase in online revenues for businesses that sell in 3 or more channels


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of online sellers believe the benefits of multichannel sales outweigh initial challenges


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of online sellers who sell in multiple channels saw an increase in sales

Multichannel sales refers to selling your products via more than one sales channel. Increasingly consumers research via multiple sites before making a purchase, such as across sites, marketplaces and mobile apps so being present how and where they shop is critical.


How QuickBooks Commerce enables your multichannel business


List your inventory on multiple channels at once

Update your products on QuickBooks Commerce and the information will be pushed automatically to all your eCommerce channels. Your online shops will always reflect the latest product details, available products, and the exact stock on hand for each item - all without you having to update each and every channel at a time.


Sales channels overview

  • Marketplace: If you're selling on platforms like Amazon
  • B2C eCommerce: Online shops built with Shopify, WooCommerce or Squarespace
  • B2B eCommerce: An online platform powered by QuickBooks Commerce for wholesalers
  • Mobile: Our iOS app enables you to manage your products, customers and orders on the go
  • Brick & Mortar: Sync your offline stores



Know where your orders are coming from

QuickBooks Commerce's order management system is built to accommodate growing commerce businesses. No matter how many sales channels you have, all orders will come into QuickBooks Commerce where you can manage them efficiently with our workflow that offers you visibility on the fulfillment process.


Use cross-channel reports to optimize sales

Understand, dissect and optimize your omnichannel business with insightful reports for both retail and wholesale operations.


TradeGecko is excellent. We sell product from several websites including wholesale and TradeGecko acts as our warehouse where all stock sits. Love it for making this straight forward.

Ann-Maree Walsh, Forage Health Store
TradeGecko Multichannel Sales
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More features QuickBooks Commerce users love:


Automatically sync inventory to prevent overselling

Now you can bid farewell to time-consuming inventory management and tracking processes, let QuickBooks Commerce take the strain.


Sell internationally with multiple currencies

Sell online in any country and in any currency. QuickBooks Commerce’s Multi Currency feature puts no limit on your operations. You can manage your inventory and accounting in your base currency and do business with your customers in different currencies.


Pick, pack and ship all orders from a single interface

QuickBooks Commerce is able to pull all your orders from across all channels,  and generate a pick list for you. By printing your own shipping labels you’ll be able to select the carrier you want, arrange a pick up, and leave everything in the hands of the courier.


Channel agnostic metrics at your fingertips

  • Your best customers
  • Your most popular products/ variants
  • Your best-performing sales channels
  • Your top warehouses or sales locations


Avoid stockouts

All your sales channels will sync automatically with your inventory through QuickBooks Commerce. Once you sell an item on one channel, stock levels on all the other channels will be updated automatically. This ensures that your eCommerce stores never go out of stock.


Avoid blocking parts of your stock

Operating on a first come, first served basis - you no longer need to split inventory and block out stock levels for different sales channels because they are disconnected from each other.


Other helpful resources

Multichannel sales: Defining your strategy for today’s shopper

Introducing multichannel into your eCommerce business model means expanding beyond the singular path to purchase, through which most online retailers still operate.

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Bridging the gap between online and offline omnichannel sales channels

If you’re struggling to connect the dots between your online and offline channels, read this guide to learn the key tactics top businesses use to provide an integrated experience.

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Guide to understanding and building an omnichannel strategy

In our guide to understanding and building an omnichannel strategy, we show you how to create, implement and track a successful omnichannel environment today.

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