Amazon Seller’s Hub binds you to a specific set of rules which binds your workflow as a seller on Amazon. You need to make a lot of adjustments and some compromises to put everything in place. You define the workflow when Amazon inventory management software is according to you, not the other way around.
Amazon is notoriously fast for introducing changes to its APIs. The changes may render a software solution, on the top of Amazon seller’s account, catatonic if the software developers couldn’t keep up the pace with Amazon. eSellerHub has been doing ecommerce solutions for years now and we know inside-out of Amazon API documentations.
An inventory management software needs to do more than talking to Amazon APIs. Amazon facilitates the transaction between you and the customers; you still need a provision to source supplies and ship supplies, not to mention the usual hotchpotch inside the warehouse. An open software architecture means your software integrates seamlessly with your suppliers, shipping carriers etc.
An inventory management system tends to include several standard features. On the contrary, we restrict features to those you specifically asked for. That doesn’t mean standard features are absent just because you did not ask for them. We disable those you don’t need and most of the features can be enabled/disabled from the admin panel.
Despite insisting on bespoke software, there are a few standard features we believe no Amazon Seller can live without. Custom software comes with its advantages though you can enable-disable those features at will.