In the beginning, Amazon.com sold books.
Today Amazon is a titan of e-commerce, logistics, payments, hardware, data storage, and media. It dabbles in plenty of more industries. It’s the go-to site for online shoppers and merchants alike, a modern necessity that independent sellers love to hate.
Behind every Amazon business decision is the “flywheel” philosophy. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos borrowed the term from business consultant Jim Collins back in the early days of Amazon. It describes a cycle in which a company cuts prices to attract customers, which increases sales and attracts more customers, which allows the company to benefit from economies of scale (bundling together logistics and other routine costs), until, ultimately, the company can cut prices again, spinning the flywheel anew.
Check How to Sell on Amazon marketplace article. And learn more about Amazon selling.
Product API/order management integration is available for Amazon.
Order management is implemented for:
Koongo transfers your Amazon orders into your store. And syncs your inventory automatically.
You can fulfill your Amazon orders directly in your store.
Koongo helps online sellers to succeed on online marketplaces and comparison websites by automating data and order sync. It allows sellers to sell on more locations with less effort.
Connect your favorite channel in 4 easy steps:
The Amazon feeds are used to upload product data to the Amazon marketplace. Koongo supports all Amazon country-specific marketplaces. Amazon order management is available for selected platforms.
For more information about how to upload your product data on the Amazon marketplace, please check the manual below.
The Amazon order synchronization is currently supported for selected e-commerce platforms. To activate the Amazon order synchronization, please follow:
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