24Seven’s Amazon integration automatically synchronizes inventory between physical locations, and Amazon
Connect Your POS to Amazon, Feed Amazon Orders to POS. No website required.
Our Amazon integration to Point-of-Sale (POS) was developed specifically for brick-and-mortar retailers. We simplify multichannel sales for brick-and-mortar retailers selling online
Your inventory and orders automatically update between Point of Sale and Amazon so you never oversell.
“We’ve been a brick and mortar retailer for 25 years and have devoted our energy to making our shops a unique real world shopping experience. When the time came to open our ecommerce store, 24Seven helped us make it happen with a solid team of dedicated professionals.”
Octopus Channel Manager is an easy-to-use, cloud-based platform that enables multiple solutions to connect together, optimizing inventory, streamlining operations, and reducing manpower.
Reach Millions of Amazon Customers
Online shoppers go to Amazon to do one thing: buy. Amazon is the king of online markets. It has built-in trust, its member’s payment information is already saved and Prime members receive two-day shipping on eligible orders. Amazon can’t be beat when it comes to choosing an ecommerce channel to sell on.
Amazon has over 200 million monthly visitors. On Cyber Monday Amazon ships over 20 million items from third-party sellers (independent retailers like you), a 50 percent growth rate year-over-year from the year before. The time to get in on the Amazon is now, and if Amazon’s current trajectory keeps up, the next few years are going to be good years for third-party merchants.
How do I start selling on Amazon? If you are new to Amazon, we’ll hold your hand and help you get your account up and running as quickly as possible.
According to a recent Forrester report, 39% of online shoppers in the US start their product searches on Amazon. Amazon is the most reputable and recognized online marketplace in the world. Online customers can search through a catalogue of new, used, revamped and collectable products. If your products are similar to the one already displayed on Amazon, then you can become an alternative seller of that product.
Google Shopping, formerly known as Google Product Search, Google Products and Froogle, is a Google service which allows users to search for products on online shopping websites and compare prices between different vendors. The service enabled merchants to list products which were monetized through Adwords. However, it recently changed to paid model where merchants have to pay in order to list their products and has transitioned to a fully paid cost per click (CPC) engine.
eBay has more than 200 million users and is the world’s largest online marketplaces, which allows users to buy and sell in nearly every country on earth. Retailers can leverage eBay as an additional sales channel and a marketing tool for driving more traffic to their web stores and physical locations.
Contact us to learn how Amazon integration to your POS will streamline operations and increase sales conversions.