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eCommerce Inventory Management

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by jainy25, Jul 29, 2014.

  1. jainy25

    jainy25 Junior Member

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    Folks!

    I am looking for a solution to be able to manage my dad's massive inventory of books in his warehouse. We've been selling on Amazon, Flipkart and a few other sales channels.

    The problem is the SKUs are different on the marketplaces. So if there is a tool which can just map the same products from the multiple channels, it would be great.

    What would be ideal solution for this? Or if anyone is up for developing something for it?
     
  2. hrishivardhan

    hrishivardhan Registered Member

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    Hi,

    The most preferred solution is to have an inventory management software. Your business seems to be on small scale right now, so it would need an inventory management system like orderhive. You should definitely try out and in addition they offer 15 days of free trial offer. Go for it.
     
  3. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    I sell all sorts of stuff online I can tell you for small eCommerce I used woo on wordpress and for big stuff I use Magento. Here's how you setup automatic management.

    Get wordpress
    Get Woocommerce
    Get Wplister and Smart Manager


    Okay, so with Wplister you can have it so when someone buys one of your books from amazon it automatically changes inventory on your wordpress products and vice versa. This is great as you can also get wplsiter for ebay and sell on your own site, amazon and Ebay and when it sells on one platform it takes it off the others. Meaning you only have to list it once.
     
  4. harshmarsh

    harshmarsh Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I would suggest setup magento as your backend. and integrate with your ebay, amazon, and Flipkart So it will sync all your stocks at 1 place. even you physical store can be integrated and still you can manage all your stock well.

    Let me know if you need any assistance for it.