We'll send you an email when the integration is ready and keep you informed on all the latest Connect updates.
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.
Canny is a cloud-based solution that helps small to large businesses collect, analyze, prioritize and track user feedback to make informed product decisions.Canny Integrations
It's easy to connect Amazon Seller Central + Canny without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.
Triggers when a new order is created.
Triggers when a new comment is created.
Triggers when a new post is created.
Triggers when a new vote is created.
Triggers when a post's status is changed.
Changes a post's status.
Amazon is a US-based company that focuses on e-commerce. The company was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos. Amazon has made a name for itself as the largest online retailer in the world. The company offers different services such as Amazon Web Services, Amazon Video, Amazon Music, and Amazon Prime. In 2016, Amazon reported $136 billion in revenue and $3 billion in net income (“Amazon”.
Amazon also provides sellers with a platform called Amazon Seller Central which allows them to list their products on Amazon’s website. Sellers are responsible for shipping their products to the customers. The seller can choose the product packaging and shipping option they want to use. Once they ship the product, it gets shipped to the warehouse of Amazon and then shipped to the customer (“Amazon Seller Central”.
For example, if a customer orders a product from an Amazon seller from any country, the seller can choose to ship the product from any country he or she wants. If a seller is located in the US and he or she wants to ship products outside of the US (to other countries), he or she can choose the United States as the shipping origin and then choose the countries he or she wants to ship his or her product to.
Canny is an e-commerce business management software spution that helps sellers manage their business on Amazon. Canny helps sellers keep track of their sales, inventory and other data over time. Canny also automatically calculates reports for Amazon sellers so they can easily manage their businesses. Some of these reports include:
Sales reports Inventory reports Cost analysis Profit margin reports
Canny is integrated with several 3rd party applications and platforms including. Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce, eBay and Amazon Seller Central. In this article, I will discuss how Canny is integrated with Amazon Seller Central.
Canny provides integration functionality with Amazon Seller Central. This functionality allows sellers to import all their products from Amazon into Canny with ease. Sellers who have already been using Canny can easily connect their existing data to Canny by simply clicking on “Connect Canny To AWS” link in Canny’s main page. Then, sellers need to provide their login credentials for Amazon Seller Central and then select all products from his or her catalog in a single click. In this scenario, Canny will automatically import all products into Canny and create a new product line for each product selected by the seller (“Canny and Amazon Seller Central Integration”.
The main benefit of integrating Canny with Amazon Seller Central is that it allows sellers to access their business data that was stored on Amazon Seller Central. This is useful for sellers who want to view their business data on a single platform because it saves them time and money by avoiding downloading and uploading data from one platform to another platform. Also, there are other benefits of integrating Canny and Amazon Seller Central such as:
Sellers can analyze their sales data from Amazon Seller Central on one screen. This will allow them to see how well their products sell on Amazon over time. This can help sellers make better decisions about which products to sell and which products not to sell on Amazon. For example, some products might not be selling well on Amazon but they may be selling very well on another platform such as eBay or Shopify. So, sellers should consider selling these types of products on other platforms instead of selling them on Amazon if they are not selling well on Amazon. Sellers can use Canny to set up automated alerts when certain events occur in their business such as stockouts and price changes. This way, they can get notified when something happens automatically without having to manually check their business every day. It is much easier to do this with Canny than it would be if they had to log into multiple websites every day to check different things about their business. This function is especially useful for large sellers who have many products and customers in their business. If a seller has a lot of products that are not selling well on a regular basis, he or she can stop those products from being available for sale on Amazon by setting up an alert. This is useful because it saves seller time by not having to manually remove these products themselves every time someone orders them because once an order comes in for one of these products, an alert will be sent out to sellers that one of these products is being ordered and they can manually remove these products from sale if they choose to do so (or just ignore the alert. This way, sellers don’t have to manually remove these products every time someone orders them because it will happen automatically once an order comes in for them (and hopefully the buyer will order another product that is selling well instead. Sellers can view all key metrics about their business such as profit margins and average order values at one glance using charts that are integrated into Canny’s dashboard (as shown below. Also, sellers can compare their business against any other business they want by comparing their metrics against these metrics (such as average order value against average order value. This way, sellers can quickly view their business compared against another business or group of businesses whenever they want (see image below. This is useful because it gives sellers a lot of flexibility with what kind of information they want to look at about their business at any given time. For example, if a seller wants to compare his or her business against others in his or her industry at any given time, he or she can do so by looking at a chart like the one below that shows average order values for his or her industry versus average order values for his or her own business (as shown below. Also, sellers can compare their metrics against any other metric they want so they can quickly see how they are doing compared against whatever metric they want at any given time (see image below.
In conclusion, there are several benefits of integrating Canny with Amazon Seller Central. By integrating these two platforms together, sellers can save time by not having to download and upload data from one platform to another platform as well as avoid running into errors while doing so (which often happens when data gets corrupted. Also, integrating Canny with Amazon Seller Central gives sellers more flexibility with how they want to view their data because now they only have to look at one screen instead of looking at each platform individually which saves them time and effort because now they only have to look at one screen instead of multiple screens at once.
The process to integrate Amazon Seller Central and Canny may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.