Current Amazon Selling Options Supprted by One Stop Order Processing
Posted by Beth Rose, Last modified by Zoe Strassen on 14 December 2018 02:32 PM
The following guide explains the different types of Amazon and how they are supported by One Stop Order Processing.
Amazon FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon)-
Amazon FBA is where you can prepare your products and then ship them to Amazon where they will then be sold, pick and pack and shipped by Amazon to your customers.
As Amazon pick packs and ships your orders, you may not want to have your invoices, picking lists and other reports printed for these orders. Click here to find out how to stop these reports being printed in One Stop Order Processing.
Although Amazon deals with picking and shipping your products to your customers, you may still want to import these orders to be used when creating sales reports or to send after sale emails. Click here for information on how to import your Amazon FBA orders.
Amazon B2B (Business-to-business)-
Amazon B2B is a type of Amazon that priorities allowing manufactures and distributors to use their range of tools to enable B2B ecommerce and an easier way to target business customers on Amazon.
For information on how to enable the Amazon B2B feature in One Stop Order Processing, click here.
Amazon Seller Central-
Amazon Seller Central allows you to sell directly to Amazons Customers and you have the capability to personalise which courier you can use, specific payment terms, product price controls and is open to anyone.
For information on how to import your Amazon Seller Central orders, click here.
To Note – Amazon Seller Central can be used with Amazon FBA.
Amazon Marketplace is a platform used by third-party sellers to sell new and old products on Amazon using it fixed-price online marketplace along side Amazons normal listings.
For information on how to import from Amazon Marketplace, click here.
Amazon SFP (Seller Fulfilled Prime) –
Amazon Seller Fulfilled Prime allows sellers to market and send items under a ‘Prime’ service but by fulfilling these items from their own warehouse rather then sending their products to Amazon in bulk to them be sent to customer under a Prime service as is the case with Amazon FBA.
For information on how to use Amazon SFP with One Stop Order Processing so that ‘Prime Standard’ is set as the shipping method for Amazon SFP orders when they are imported, click here.