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Accelerate and Automate with our New Amazon Features


We’re already gearing up for the holiday season over here. To ensure it is your best season yet, we’ve created a slew of Amazon and FBA features that will help you increase your sales with half the effort!Not yet selling on Amazon?

Don’t wait. We found that, on average, revenue increased by 71% in the first month after Stitch customers added Amazon as a sales channel. It’s time that you had a piece of the action – over two billion products were purchased on Amazon last year.

Sell More Products: Publishing Listings

Keep your inventory fresh on Amazon by adding products directly from Stitch with our new Amazon Publish Listings functionality. Whether you have ASINs or need to search for them, we’ve made it lightening fast to add products to Amazon. This is also great for new sellers getting started on Amazon – you can add a full product catalog directly from Stitch in minutes! So whether you are selling on an shopping cart or an other marketplace, such as Shopify or eBay, it’s easy to expand to Amazon.

Increase Your Profits: New Amazon Reports

The key to growing your business is not only increasing sales, but doing so profitably. We’ve added two new reports that help you understand how you should be maximizing your profits, through better pricing on Amazon. Our Master of Price functionality is a great way to test your Amazon pricing strategies.

  • Amazon Variant Profitability Report: We transformed your Amazon Settlements Report into a variant view that will help you clearly see the average price, cost and profit for each of the products you are selling. No more wading through rows and rows of numbers!
  • Amazon Competitive Price Report: Increase awareness of your products by pricing to win the Buy Box. This report will detail both your price and the Buy Box price for all your variants.

Streamline Your Fulfillment with FBA (Fulfilled By Amazon): Automated Inbound Shipments

Using FBA? Or considering it? If your company is hitting an inflection point where orders are outpacing your ability to manage and fulfill those orders – FBA could be the answer. With FBA, Amazon will warehouse, pack, ship and manage returns for all your orders. It also makes your products eligible for Prime status. Pretty sweet, right?

With Stitch, you can use FBA for Amazon and all your other channels: Shopify, Bigcommerce, WooCommerce, Magento, eBay, and Etsy. Just set FBA as your default channel warehouse and orders will automatically be routed to FBA for fulfillment.

By centralizing your inventory in Stitch, including those at FBA warehouses, you can ensure you always replenish your stock in time to make the sale. With the new automated stock transfer for FBA inbound shipments, you can instantly create packing slips and shipping labels to send to the Amazon specified warehouses. And you can keep a record of what’s been shipped and received all through Stitch. Any with your products on Prime, you’ll capture all those last minute Prime shoppers with their two-day shipping!

Simplify Your Accounting: Amazon Fee Breakdown Report

We added another level of clarity to the Settlements Report by grouping the 200+ transaction fee types into understandable categories such as Storage Fees, Shipping Fees, or Subscription Fees. Whether for more accurate accounting or to do apples to apples comparisons across channels – this report demystifies Amazon fees.

With this new functionality, you can capitalize on the holiday rush at Amazon. Especially so if you use FBA to make your products Amazon Prime eligible. Check out the new features to make the big bucks this holiday season!

Kara Egan

Kara Egan is the Director of Product Marketing at Stitch Labs. She is passionate about bringing innovative technology solutions to market as both a marketer and investor with experience at Zendesk, Backupify and .406 Ventures. Kara earned a BS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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