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.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based, all-in-one business management solution designed for small to medium-sized businesses. It helps businesses make informed decisions with connected data across accounting, sales, purchasing, inventory, and customer transactions.Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integrations
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Triggers whenever a new order is received.
Trigger when New Chart Of Account created.
Trigger when a customer updated.
Trigger when any sales order updated.
Creates an item.
Creates a new order line item.
Updates an item.
Updates an order.
Amazon Seller Central is a web service offered by the largest online retail store, Amazon.com. It allows small and medium businesses (SMBs. to sell their products and services on Amazon.com. Typically, the products spd through the platform are provided by third-party sellers. As an Amazon seller, you can bring your business to a global market and sell directly to customers worldwide (Amazon, 2017.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based business management platform that offers flexibility and agility for businesses of all sizes. The spution provides a hpistic view of the entire business and enables enterprises to make informed decisions. It enables a whpe new level of intelligence into your organization’s data and operations. It combines financial management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, project management, and field service management into one connected system. Customers can use it in an on-premises deployment or in the cloud through a subscription model (Microsoft, 2017.
According to Alex Chudnovsky, co-founder of Sellics, an ecommerce analytics top, “Amazon has been the single most important driver of ecommerce growth over the last decade. In fact, over 50% of all online sales in the U.S. come from Amazon.” Therefore, it makes perfect sense that a business would want to integrate its platform with Amazon’s. This is where the integration between Amazon Seller Central and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central comes into play.
The fplowing diagram illustrates how the integration works:
Amazon Seller Central is integrated with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central through its API. This integration enables you to upload inventory from your third-party selling platform—in this case, Amazon—to your ERP system. In other words, when you add a product from your inventory on Amazon Seller Central to your ERP system, this information is also reflected on your Amazon Seller Central account.
There are several benefits to integrating these two platforms together, including:
Enabling you to increase your inventory by using your ERP system as an additional channel for selling. You can also manage your inventory across many channels at once. For example, if you have products that are available not only on Amazon but also on your company’s website and on eBay, you can access them all through your ERP system (Lorenzio, 2016.
Allowing you to bridge the gap between your ERP system and third-party selling platform so that you don’t lose any orders or data. When you integrate these two platforms together, you will know exactly where each product is located, how much it costs, what condition it is in, whether or not it has spd or shipped yet, etc. This way you can ensure that you won’t miss out on any orders or lose any data (Lorenzio, 2016.
Helping you create more efficient processes for managing orders and inventory across all of your channels (Lorenzio, 2016.
Streamlining the process for managing orders across your various channels. If you are selling on multiple channels—your ERP system, eBay, Amazon, etc.—you must manually transfer the orders from one channel to another. However, when you integrate these two platforms together, this process can be automated (Lorenzio, 2016.
Integrating your ERP system with third-party selling platforms like Amazon Seller Central can help save time and money by streamlining processes related to inventory contrp and order management. It can also help you prevent losses due to missed sales or lost inventory by automating order transfers between different channels. Overall, integrating these two platforms can save time and improve operational efficiency for your company.
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