- by eSellerHub
Amazon, the world’s prime online retailer, provides more than 353 million products to customers worldwide. However, more than 50% of products sold on Amazon marketplaces arrive from 3rd party Sellers. Research firm Finbold has mentioned that the online retail giant is accumulating 3,700 fresh sellers on an everyday basis in 2021.
People are quite often interested in knowing how others run their business. Whether you’re into retail arbitrage, private labeling your product, or selling a manufacturer’s product in wholesale, shipping items by sea or air, if you plan to make use of Amazon FBA for your order fulfillment, then your inventory has to be delivered to an FBA warehouse. It means that you need to create a solid shipping plan.
Like the present-day inquisition, working with Amazon for the first time to fulfill your orders will be like a questioning session. No sooner will you find yourself answering questions in a loop where you can only complete by answering other questions for which you are unsure of the answer.
Here we will break down the process with the best customizable software for FBA sellers to run your Amazon business using eSellerhub’s Amazon FBA Management software. It’s not just restricted to how we run the Amazon side of things but includes the Seller side and the aspects outside of Amazon. Here we will show you a sample of the FBA shipment creation process module and how other Sellers would like to do it.
Amazon FBA Customer End
The process is quite simple from the customer end, and a brief outline of the process is below mentioned.
It begins with the Login page, where the Amazon Customers can log in to the system by entering their valid credentials. Amazon Customers can reset passwords through a registered e-mail address with the help of forgot password module.
- Integrate with Amazon Store – Amazon Customers can integrate their multiple Amazon accounts belonging to various marketplaces through SP API.
- List of Integrated Stores – Amazon Customers can view the list of integrated stores with the option to delete or disable the store.
- Listing Reverse Sync – The system will reverse Sync the entire products listed on Amazon Stores integrated with the system.
Inventory Management (Warehouse)
Amazon Sellers can monitor their product quantity at the Seller’s Warehouse. When the seller sends the products to FBA fulfillment centers, the change in quantity will be updated in the system
Inventory Management (FBA)
Admin can view the list of products available in the Amazon Warehouse with the quantity available option. The quantity will be updated periodically by fetching the FBA orders so that Admin can have the precise real-time quantity upfront.
Set up of the fundamental architecture for the project intended.
Amazon FBA Outbound Seller End
Here is the list of necessary features for the smooth operation of Amazon FBA from the Seller end. It also includes the type of reports generally required to order profitable products from their suppliers.
Sellers can log in to the system by entering valid credentials. They can also reset passwords through a registered e-mail address using this module.
Sellers will be able to see a dynamic dashboard similar to Amazon dashboard; however, the data can be accessed and viewed according to their user permissions.
Amazon Customer Management
Sellers will be able to view the list of all the onboarded customers as well as manage them. They have the options to add, edit, or delete new amazon Sellers in the system
Inventory Management (Warehouse)
The Seller can see the list of the products, their available quantity, and other product details send to them by different Amazon Sellers logged in the system. They can sort and filter the list based on the Amazon Customers onboard in the system. Also, the Sellers can add, edit, or delete the products they received from by selecting the customer for whom the product is being added with the help of ASIN.
Inventory Management (FBA)
Sellers can view the list of the products available at the Amazon Warehouse and filter the list according to their customers.
The various Amazon API and reporting used for FBA Shipment plan creation are as follows:
- FBA Shipment creation API
- FBA Shipment label print API
- FBA Shipment tracking information upload API
- Create a list of all the FBA shipment orders created
Features of FBA Process on the Seller End
The features and reports in our eSellerhub Amazon FBA process and reporting software can be added or removed according to the sellers’ needs and how their retail business operates. Here we have the list of total FBA Actions that are used on the seller end of the Amazon FBA process.
- FBA process features
– Create Inbound Shipment Plan
– Create Inbound Shipment
– Update Inbound Shipment
– Put Transport Content (SP/LTL)
– Estimate Transport Request
– Confirm Transport Request
– Void Transport Request
– Get Transport Content
– Get LTL Partnered Transport Content
– Box Contents Source
– Box Contents Error Reporting
– Get Unique Package Labels
– Get Pallet Labels
– Get Bill Of Shipment
– Mark Shipment As Shipped
– List Inbound Shipment
– Mark Shipment As Cancel
- Display Screen or the user interface that shows the FBA Shipment steps for the user to manage all the API as mentioned above calls well-suited for specific shipments.
- Users can download Labels (Box and Pallet) and print them for the products that need to be shipped. Tracking of shipment is also available so that both the Seller and the customer can stay updated on their product status.
Overall, the type of software you select will depend on the different stages of your Amazon Seller development. We have all you need, from inventory management to handling your shipments and many more at the budget you are looking for. eSellerhub supports almost every Amazon store, thus enabling you to sell your products seamlessly. Also, having the support of experienced Amazon FBA Developers would drive you towards your business growth.
To know more about custom software development and Amazon FBA management software, get in touch with our experts now!