Amazon Seller Central + Zoho Subscriptions Integrations

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About Amazon Seller Central

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.

About Zoho Subscriptions

Zoho Subscriptions is Zoho's first-of-its-kind product which helps tracking subscriptions and delivering services to small / medium sized businesses across the globe. It enables users to effectively manage their businesses across different geographies.

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Connect Amazon Seller Central + Zoho Subscriptions in easier way

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  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order is created.

  • Cancel Subscription

    Triggers when a subscription is canceled

  • New Invoice

    Triggers when a new Invoice is created

  • New Subscription

    Triggers when a new subscription is created

  • Payment Success

    Triggers when a payment received successfully

  • Create Subscription

    Create a new subscription. To create a subscription for a new customer, you have to pass the customer object. To create a subscription for a existing customer pass the customer_id of that customer.

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How Amazon Seller Central & Zoho Subscriptions Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon Seller Central as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Zoho Subscriptions as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon Seller Central to Zoho Subscriptions.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon Seller Central and Zoho Subscriptions

Amazon Seller Central is the marketing and sales platform for online merchants selling goods and services on Amazon. Amazon has over 200 million users worldwide and is the world’s largest Internet-based retailer. Zoho Subscriptions provides a simple, affordable, and easy to use subscription management spution for SMBs. Zoho Subscriptions also allows you to easily manage recurring payments in a single place.

Integration of Amazon Seller Central and Zoho Subscriptions

In order to integrate Amazon Seller Central with Zoho Subscriptions, the first step is to get an Amazon Seller account. Once you sign in, you will be asked to set up your seller account. Next, click Subscription Plan Manager located under Your Account. If you are not already signed in to Zoho Subscriptions, you will be prompted to do so. Log in, setup your catalog, and then return to Amazon Seller Central. The next step is to go to your “Subscription Settings” where you will create or add to your existing plans. You can either create a new plan or add additional plans. To create a new plan, click Create a New Plan. In this section, you will select the type of product (plan. that you would like to offer, which is called product selection. There are three different types of product selections which include digital goods, physical goods, and non-product/service items. Next, you will need to select how you want to process your recurring charges; either manually or automatically. Finally, you will need to describe your subscription plan and choose the start date. For example. if you have a monthly membership that charges a customer $20 every month on a recurring basis until they cancel the subscription, you can choose “Recurring Charge. Monthly” as your subscription product selection, “Process Automatically” as your processing method, and “Monthly” as the description of your subscription plan. If a customer subscribes today, they will be signed up for membership on the 15th of the month (if they choose free shipping. If they decide to cancel their membership on the 10th of the next month, they will receive 10 more days of access to their subscription before it is canceled. To add additional plans, you will continue the same steps as above but specify the correct dates and amounts for each additional plan that you want to offer. Now that the subscription plans have been set up in Amazon Seller Central, the next step is to integrate with Zoho Subscriptions. When working with subscriptions, there are two different types; transactional and non-transactional subscriptions. Transactional subscriptions are those that are automatically subscribed when a customer uses certain actions such as clicking on a link or joining an email list. Non-transactional subscriptions are those that require a customer to manually initiate the subscription by going through the payment process on their own. In this case we are working with transactional plans so we will set up a new product called Digital Goods. This product will be used for a number of customers that have purchased the same item or service on Amazon. Next, we will create a subscription plan from within its own section so that we can see all of our plans together; this is called a composite plan. Once this plan is created, we need to configure it so that it matches what we have done in Amazon Seller Central; for example. describing the subscription plan and its name should match what was done in the previous section. We will also need to make sure that we assign a product selection since we are working with digital goods. Finally, we will need to update our pricing method so that it matches what was done in Amazon Seller Central; i.e., charging $20 per month until they cancel their subscription. To assign a product selection, we will have to make sure that our Digital Goods product selection matches what we did in Amazon Seller Central; this is important because we will not be able to assign a digital goods product selection if the one in Amazon Seller Central does not exist. To configure the price of our subscription plan, we will fplow these instructions. Open up Zoho Subscriptions Click on Billing & Pricing Under Pricing Method, there is a drop down menu which has three options; Manual Prices, Recurring Charges, and Variants Price Setup Select Recurring Charges from the drop down menu Enter the fplowing information. Select Product Selection/Name. Digital Goods Select Price Method. Recurring Charge Select Price Structure. Monthly Select Price On. Number of Months Enter the desired amount Enter Price Type. Fixed Amount Enter Price Decimal. 1 Select Price Expiration. None Click Save Now that we have connected our plans with both Amazon Seller Central and Zoho Subscriptions we can now move onto integration and benefits of integration between these two platforms!

Benefits of Integration of Amazon Seller Central and Zoho Subscriptions

One of the main benefits of integrating Amazon Seller Central with Zoho Subscriptions is that it makes it easier for customers to subscribe to services through existing shopping carts in order to make it easier for them to subscribe to services such as monthly membership fees. Another benefit of integrating these two platforms is that it makes it easier for customers to manage their subscriptions at all times on different devices; this includes their mobile phones and tablets as well as their computers. Also through integration with platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, customers can easily share their favorite products with their friends or fplowers just by clicking on one button. Lastly, integration with these platforms makes it easier for customers to manage their accounts whether it’s through using customer support or through self-service tops such as chatbots or FAQs which allow customers to learn about products at any time in any location whether it’s through social media or through other websites like Reddit or Amazon itself!

According to research conducted by Gartner Inc., by 2017 nearly 60 percent of online retailers will be selling products via multiple channels including third party sites such as Amazon Seller Central and companies like Zoho Subscriptions. With an increase in competition among these various channels comes an increase in customer satisfaction while also reducing costs associated with managing products and services across multiple platforms. For businesses looking at expanding into foreign markets or seeking growth opportunities associated with providing recurring services such as monthly memberships or subscriptions, one of the most important factors is ensuring success when doing so; by choosing the right platform(s. for each specific need based on current processes and capabilities associated with providing said services can help reduce cost and time spent managing multiple systems while maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction and retention while also improving profitability across all channels!

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am