(SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9, 2015) -- Stitch Labs, the leading inventory control and multichannel selling solution, announced today a set of features that make it easier for retailers to expand their revenue opportunities with Amazon. This includes the ability to automatically publish product listings, view detailed Amazon fees reports, and automate order and stock management when using Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).
With the holidays approaching, Amazon will be a large opportunity for retailers to increase sales. Amazon has more than 244 million active customers, 40+ million of which are Amazon Prime members who spend twice as much as the average Amazon customer. Because of the elevated revenue opportunity on Prime, Amazon requires merchants to fulfill through their FBA service in order for products to be eligible. These high standards are made easier by the suite of Amazon features Stitch launched today – making it easier to access Prime users and improving visibility as retailers grow.
“Not only have we seen such dramatic revenue opportunities for retailers who sell through Amazon, but we’ve also been able to make that opportunity for growth much simpler,” said Brandon Levey, CEO of Stitch Labs. “The barrier to entry for selling through Amazon Prime is incredibly complex and typically requires major changes to operational workflows. By creating automated features to support their existing workflow, we’re allowing retailers to launch an Amazon sales channel with FBA without changing their day-to-day operations.”
Stitch data shows that on average, retailers who began selling on Amazon saw their overall order volume increase by 83 percent and revenue increase by 71 percent in their first 30 days. As a part of furthering that revenue, Stitch’s new Amazon fees report allows retailers to gain deeper insights into the average price, cost, and profit for each product. Retailers now have clear visibility into Amazon fees, which can range from 14-40 percent of the purchase price. By capturing the true cost of doing business on Amazon, retailers can price more effectively and improve their revenue and profitability.
Other features include:
Amazon FBA stock control – This feature automates and simplifies the process of sending stock to FBA. Within Stitch, retailers have access to a built-in shipping label generation, packing slips, in-transit data, and automatic updates of stock after Amazon receives the items. This process also improves transparency and accountability of transferred stock between retailers and Amazon, something typically done manually through multiple systems.
Amazon competitive price report – Stitch gives retailers the ability to optimize pricing against competing products in an effort to win Amazon’s Buy Box, attract more customers, and increase sales.
Updates are immediately available for Stitch Labs users under select pricing plans. For more information about Stitch Labs, visit http://www.stitchlabs.com.
About Stitch Labs
Stitch is an online inventory control solution that simplifies multichannel retail business. It automatically syncs inventory, orders and sales across channels, which provides retailers a holistic understanding of their operations. With Stitch, retailers save time, make better decisions, and grow their businesses. Stitch integrates with top sales channels such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Shopify, WooCommerce ,and Square, as well as add-ons including Quickbooks, Xero, and ShipStation. To learn more, visit www.stitchlabs.com or reach out to our team at email@example.com or on Twitter at @StitchLabs.
About the Data
Data used for this analysis represents $8.8 million in revenue over 130,000 separate orders from 128 Stitch customers. Only USD orders added to Stitch Labs and shipped to one of the 50 U.S. States or D.C. from customers that integrated Amazon more than one month after becoming a customer and integrating their first sales channel to Stitch were included.Business growth is based on thenumber and revenue of orders in the 30 days after integrating Amazon with Stitch compared to the 30 days prior to integrating Amazon with Stitch.