Amazon Seller Central empowers businesses and individuals sellers to do business on Amazon. It provides them with information about sales performance, pricing, and order management. Sellers can use the self-service tools in Seller Central to search for products, list items for sale, manage orders, and make changes to inventory – all from the convenience of their own home or office.
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Triggers whenever a new order is received.
Triggers when a new account is created.
Triggers when a new case is created.
Triggers when a new contact is created.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Triggers when a new lead is created.
Creates a new account.
Creates a new case.
Creates a new contact.
Creates a new lead.
Creates a new Opportunity.
4. Amazon Seller Central is a web-based application where sellers can create customized listings for their products. Sellers can add new products, update product information, adjust pricing, etc.3. In June 2013, Amazon has acquired Kijiji's online classified ads service, becoming the largest online classified ad service in Canada.4. In October 2014, Amazon launched a new on-demand delivery program called Seller Flex which allows delivery companies to deliver packages to customers on behalf of Amazon using their own branded trucks, delivering packages when they have capacity available in their trucks at no additional cost to Amazon. To take advantage of program, sellers must ship their products to an Amazon fulfillment center and pay for the products to be stored there for up to 15 days. After that time, the seller pays storage fees until the items are sold on the marketplace.5. In April 2016, Amazon launched a program aimed at letting sellers receive payments faster and for free through its Instant Payment Notification system. Under the program, sellers of products like books and t-shirts who fulfill orders through Amazon get paid within 5 days of shipping their items. Previously, sellers could wait as long as 30 days before receiving payment and had to pay to ship their goods to Amazon warehouses in order to qualify for the free shipping offer.6. In May 2016, Amazon launched a program called Seller Fulfilled Prime, which gives Prime members who are small vendors the ability to buy a product from another vendor and have it shipped directly to a customer with Prime shipping benefits. The Vendor is responsible for handling all customer service and returns.7. In August 2016, Amazon announced that it would allow third party sellers to sell their products on the site using the existing Marketplace infrastructure rather than paying a listing fee or commission charge while giving them access to Amazon's backend promotional tools such as Deal of the Day, Lightning Deals and Simple Storage Service for photos and videos. As part of this change, some non-merchandise items that were previously listed in the Marketplace catalog were removed from the catalog and placed into a separate "Amazon's Choice" section for third party seller listings only. The move was intended to allow third party sellers to compete against big brands on equal terms and without having to pay commissions.8. In November 2016, Amazon launched "Amazon Exclusives," an online shopping platform which promotes different products each month that are available exclusively to Amazon Prime members.9. In December 2016, Amazon launched a new program called Seller Fulfilled Prime which offers smaller vendors who are unable to ship large quantities themselves the option of selling their products on Amazon's platform and allowing Amazon to ship the products directly to customers, along with all Prime benefits such as two-day delivery and optional same-day and one-day delivery.
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