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Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash has been selected as the 2017 winner of the Use of Technology, E-Commerce Award at the North Carolina Tech Awards.

Winners were recognized at the annual awards gala on Thursday, Nov. 9 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center, presented in conjunction with title sponsor Cherry Bekaert.

Ecomdash provides ecommerce businesses with an easy-to-use software, designed to simplify and streamline operations. "Our goal is to provide online sellers with a platform that will enable them to build and grow a successful ecommerce business," says Nick Maglosky, CEO of ecomdash.

"Since 1995, the NC Tech Awards has honored excellence and innovation throughout North Carolina, representing the best and brightest," said Brooks Raiford, president and CEO of NCTA. "As a winner, ecomdash has distinguished itself as a peer-leader and we are proud to recognize them as a 2017 NC Tech Awards winner."

The NC Tech Awards is North Carolina's only statewide technology awards program, recognizing companies and individuals who have characterized excellence, innovation and leadership. This year's event was attended by more than 700 leaders from across the state.

"We are humbled and honored to have been nominated alongside innovative companies including ChannelAdvisor, BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina, and Sports Endeavors for this award," said Maglosky. "We are proud to see our drive for innovation and consistent dedication to our customers be recognized by the tech community."

Source: GlobeNewswire

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash has announced a new App Store for customers to access a variety of plug-ins.

The ecomdash App Store is a central location for users to access integrations with marketplaces, suppliers, dropshippers, and more. It includes both free and paid tools designed to increase productivity and sales.

The apps available include:

  • eBay listing designer CrazyLister
  • Shipping tool ShipStation
  • POS software Retail Up!
  • Suppliers Green Supply and Moteng North America
  • Marketplaces including Houzz and Pricefalls
  • An app for Jet.com Returns & Refunds ($15 a month)
  • Email marketing service Mandrill

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash has added support for listing to the Walmart marketplace.

Ecomdash users can now edit, create, and submit listings to Walmart within the platform. Users can also download and manage Walmart variation listings and their child items within Ecomdash.

Ecomdash has also added support for variation listings in Shopify. Sellers can manage variant products on Shopify, and download, edit, and create Shopify products with multiple variations such as size, color, and dimensions.

Source: Ecomdash

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash has added support for eBay listing design tool CrazyLister.

CrazyLister offers over 200+ professional, high-converting eBay templates that are mobile-responsive, and compliant with eBay's active content policies. The integration saves sellers time by automating the process of listing to eBay using these templates.

Ecomdash has also released:

  • New warehouse functionality to align warehouses to specific storefronts, and schedule order exports to warehouses.
  • The ability to get orders and send tracking data via SFTP, to support selling on Groupon, Houzz and more.
  • Improved tax tracking automation with VAT exporting to QuickBooks.
  • Expanded API calls to provide access to the full list of SKUs within a kit.

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash has a new partnership with USPS postage solution Pitney Bowes, allowing them to provide all customers with a free Pitney Bowes account.

Ecomdash customers can now print return labels and SCAN forms, and enjoy discounted postage through Pitney Bowes.

Pitney Bowes return labels reduce the cost of processing returns. A free Pitney Bowes account is worth $180 per year, and customers receive additional discounts on top of Pitney Bowes' already low postage rates. Shipping Confirmation Acceptance Notice (SCAN) forms save time and money by consolidating hundreds or even thousands of orders from multiple sales channels into a single form within ecomdash.

Source: Ecomdash

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash has announced an expanded integration with Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).

Highlights include automated inventory syncing, automated order routing, a new internal transfer module, and the ability to prioritize FBA among other fulfillment methods. This latest integration intends to thoroughly improve and automate backend operations for sellers who use Amazon's FBA service.

"We've been working hard at developing a capable, full-fledged inventory management solution for Fulfillment by Amazon, and I'm very proud of the team here for what we produced," said Kevin Loomis, CIO and co-founder of Ecomdash. "Our customers can now embrace the convenience of FBA with significantly less time-consuming backend tasks."

Ecomdash's multi-function FBA integration syncs inventory across multiple channels and platforms to greatly reduce the risk of overselling. Sellers can set fulfillment priorities at the product level, ensuring the fastest fulfillment possible for each order. Automatic routing of sales orders from any channel to Amazon's FBA service allows sellers to maximize the convenience of FBA.

"We set out to create the most total integration package a seller could want for FBA, a system that automates as many tasks as possible," said Loomis. "These features, whether you're a new seller or an enterprise seller, will help you speed up your fulfillment process, reduce wasteful errors, and save more time than you thought possible."

Other recent upgrades from Ecomdash include integrations with Intuit QuickBooks Online, Jet.com, and ShipStation. Ecomdash's next focus is an integration with the Walmart marketplace.

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash is now integrated with the online version of accounting tool QuickBooks.

"An Inuit QuickBooks Online integration has been fundamental to our goals as a tool since day one," said Ecomdash CEO Nick Maglosky. "We are all thrilled to add cloud accounting to the laundry list of tasks our software can automate for online retailers."

The new integration will allow Ecomdash customers to push sales orders from each of their sales channels to QuickBooks Online, where the sale will be converted into a QuickBooks sales receipt. The receipt will automatically correlate to the corresponding product in QuickBooks. This process also manages the creation of products and customer profiles in QuickBooks Online.

"We want to allow our customers to save time, scale their business, and drive sales by automating their back-end supply chain. The addition of cloud accounting is fundamental to that offering," said Maglosky.

Other recent upgrades from Ecomdash include support for multi-warehouse selling, integrations to ShipStation and Jet.com, and a Fulfillment by Amazon inventory integration scheduled in time for the holiday selling season.

Source: Ecomdash

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash now supports sellers with multiple fulfillment warehouses.

The update allows ecommerce businesses who use multiple warehouses or dropship suppliers to sync their inventory, route sales orders, and manage shipping across channels from a single tool.

"Support for multiple warehouses is a major step forward in our continued mission to help omnichannel ecommerce sellers scale their businesses," said Darrin Kidd, co-founder of ecomdash. "Our tool already offers the best value for ecommerce automation available, and this just reinforces our commitment to provide an excellent tool at an affordable price."

Multi-warehouse support will include the ability to prioritize warehouses for purchase orders and fulfillment, track inventory in transit between warehouses, and automatically route sales orders to alternate warehouses if the higher priority warehouse is unable to fulfill the order due to low inventory.

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash now supports US marketplace Jet.com.

The integration will allow ecommerce businesses to manage their Jet.com inventory, sales orders, listings, and a host of other functions directly from Ecomdash.

"We're always looking to grow our list of integrations to further equip our users with flexible, effective solutions to help scale their ecommerce businesses," said Kevin Loomis, CIO and co-founder of ecomdash. "With this partnership, ecomdash can now help our customers reach a whole new audience on a marketplace that has quickly surpassed 1,000,000 customers since their launch last year."

Ecomdash saw a great deal of demand for the integration from its current customers who are looking sell on Jet.com. Jet.com does not offer an admin area for sellers to manage their Jet store, so they must use a third-party solution.

"If you want to be a competitive online seller, you have to go where the customers are, and the number of people shopping on Jet is only going up from here," Loomis said. "We are the most affordable listing manager for Jet.com. They're going to be a contender in the ecommerce sphere, and ecomdash is excited to offer the Jet integration for our customers well ahead of the holiday season."

Source: Ecomdash

A new integration shows inventory data from multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash inside order management system ShipStation.

"We're thrilled to offer ShipStation users the ability to view their inventory quantities across channels as a sale is made," notes Nick Maglosky, ecomdash CEO. "ShipStation is highly regarded for offering exceptional service and quality software to their users, and we are looking forward to a strong partnership with ShipStation."

Ecomdash sellers using ShipStation have access to the following:

  • Free iOS and Android mobile apps, to manage and view their ShipStation account on the go.
  • Automation rules to automatically choose the optimal shipping option based on type of product, weight and geography.
  • Batch printing more than 500 shipping labels at once, from a large variety of printers and devices.
  • Customized and branded shipping and packing labels.

"Inventory management can be a time-consuming process," says ShipStation's Vice President of Marketing Robert Gilbreath. "We're excited to offer Ecomdash customers the ability to save time and money on their shipping and fulfillment via the ShipStation platform."

Source: ShipStation

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash has added support for international eBay sites including eBay UK and Canada.

Managing operations for eBay international sites works the same as other ecomdash marketplace integrations: sellers can auto-sync product quantities, receive order information, and create shipping labels, packing slips and pick lists. Ecomdash offers eBay international sellers the ability to consolidate sales, streamline operations and gain visibility into the health of their business.

"We're thrilled to offer eBay international support to customers and trial-users," said Kevin Loomis, CIO of ecomdash. "As ecommerce gains speed, having a global presence is becoming less of an option, and more of a necessity. Growing their audience to international markets will help our customers increase sales and stay competitive"

Ecomdash also recently added integrations with Amazon UK, Germany, Spain, France, India, Canada and Italy.

Source: Ecomdash

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash has integrated with six further international Amazon marketplaces.

The new Amazon marketplace integrations are Germany, Spain, France, India, Italy and Japan.

The new Amazon integrations operate like all other ecomdash marketplace connections. Users can auto-sync product quantities across channels, receive order information as a sale is made, and track products throughout the supply chain. Sellers can create and manage Amazon listings, and report on which products are live, queued or sold. Sellers can also create pick lists, packing slips and shipping labels within ecomdash, and ship products via UPS, FedEx and DHL Express integrations.

"These new integrations will enable sellers to get in front of a global audience," said Kevin Loomis, CIO of ecomdash. "Better sales usually follow better market visibility. We're thrilled to be able to provide our customers with the opportunity to grow their profits."

Ecomdash also has integrations with Amazon.com, Canada and UK, as well as a FBA order routing system.

Source: Ecomdash

Ecommerce tech company Ecomdash has won a major award recognizing its software product for small and medium sized businesses.

Ecomdash has been named a silver winner in the Small or Medium Business Product of the Year category by the Best in Biz Awards, an independent business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts. More than 600 entries were received from an array of companies across the US and Canada.

"We're honored and humbled to be recognized once again for our commitment to our small and mid-sized businesses," said Nick Maglosky, CEO of ecomdash. "This award encourages our team to continue working diligently to help our customers achieve greater success and scale their businesses quickly."

Winners of Best in Biz Awards 2015 were determined based on scoring from an independent panel of 46 judges from highly recognized newspapers, business, consumer and technology publications, radio outlets, and analyst firms. The panel included contributors to ABC, Bloomberg Businessweek, Computerworld, Consumer Affairs, CRN, ECT News Network, Fast Company, Forbes, Hartford Business Journal, Inc. Magazine, InfoRisk Today, Information Week, L.A. Biz, MediaPost, Phoenix Business Journal, Portland Business Journal, Silicon Valley Business Journal, Small Business Digest, South Florida Business Journal, Tech Cocktail, Wired, Woman's Day and Xconomy.

Source: Ecomdash

Multichannel ecommerce tool Ecomdash has added support for Amazon Marketplace in the UK.

The new integration enables retailers to auto-sync product quantities across Amazon.co.uk and other channels, and receive order information as a sale is made. Retailers can easily create listings and gain visibility into which product listings are live, queued or sold. Amazon UK sellers will be able to create pick lists, packing slips and shipping labels from within the software, and ship products via UPS, FedEx and DHL Express integrations.

"We're excited to be able to offer this new integration to our customers and trial members," said Kevin Loomis, vice president of product development and co-founder of ecomdash. "As the holidays quickly approach, a new marketplace integration may prove critical for sellers looking to expand sales and visibility this season."

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash now has direct support for a number of leading US parcel carriers.

Ecomdash now integrates with FedEx, UPS and DHL Express via its internal shipping application. With these new integrations, ecomdash serves as a complete end-to-end ecommerce automation system and can help sellers speed up and simplify shipping and fulfillment process.

"We're excited to be able to offer these new shipping integrations in time for the holidays," said Kevin Loomis, co-founder and vice president of product development at ecomdash. "This is a critical period for online retailers. The more shipping options they have during the holidays, the better they can strategize shipping costs and maximize profits. The ecomdash shipping application helps them do that, and speeds up the process," Loomis said.

Ecomdash also offers integrations with the USPS via Stamps.com and Endicia.

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management solution Ecomdash is integrating with repricing tool Appeagle to provide an automatic feed of pricing information.

The integration will work as follows:

  • Pricing strategies will be definied as normal in Appeagle.
  • Ecomdash and Appeagle will communicate pricing rules.
  • Then minimum and maximum prices can be set in ecomdash, and automatically communicated to Appeagle.

A free webinar on Tuesday, October 27th at 2 PM EST will introduce Appeagle to ecomdash customers.

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management software Ecomdash has added more sales channels to its Ecomlister listing tool.

The updated tool can now manage listings on marketplaces and ecommerce platforms Bigcommerce, 3dcart, Etsy, Rakuten, Magento and Vend, in addition to Amazon, eBay, Shopify and GunBroker.com.

With the new functionality, sellers can easily edit, manage and list products for sale on any of the compatible sales channels. Whether a seller lists one or hundreds of thousands of products, they can quickly set up inventory, list products for sale in bulk, control quantities, and restock and re-list items as needed.

Ecomlister simplifies catalog management with multiple suppliers and auto-checks supplier catalogs for available product quantities. It can also auto-populate images, prices and product attributes from the manufacturer catalog. Once products are listed, ecomdash tracks all moving inventory and sales orders, manages seller-supplier relationships, creates pick lists, packing slips and labels for shipping and automates back-end operational processes throughout the supply chain.

"We're excited about the additional product listing options and functionality now available within ecomlister," said Kevin Loomis, vice president of product operations at ecomdash. "The ability to quickly manage, edit and communicate product details to these integrated sales channels will save customers significant time and enable them to easily manipulate their product listings."

Ecomlister will be available for Sears, Newegg.com and Zencart soon, said the company.

Source: Marketwired

Ecommerce management tool Ecomdash has released a new UI with a number of design and workflow improvements.

The new UI has a cleaner and more intuitive design designed for better efficiency, and improved workflow.

It also includes better reporting for accurate data on the health of the customer's business and new listing management screens for easier product listing task management.

"We're excited to provide customers with an improved experience and a tool that's even easier to use," said Kevin Loomis, co-founder and vice president of product development at ecomdash. "Managing inventory processes is a complicated, arduous task. Ecomdash has simplified that process, and this new User Interface will make it even easier for customers to work efficiently and save time."

Ecomdash plans to add further enhancements and more integrations within its shipping application this year as well.

Source: Ecomdash and PRLog

Marketplace and inventory management tool Ecomdash has a new exclusive offer for Web Retailer members.

Our members can now receive their first month (after the trial period) on Ecomdash for free.

Visit Web Retailer Member Offers for terms and details of how to take advantage of the offer.

Source: Web Retailer

Ecommerce management tool Ecomdash has added the ability to list inventory directly to Shopify.

The new feature enables sellers to quickly create listings on Shopify from existing inventory listed on marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay, or from supplier catalogs or other sources of product data.

"We're excited about the additional product listing options and functionality available within ecomlister," said Kevin Loomis, vice president of product development at ecomdash. "The ability to quickly manage, edit and communicate product details to Shopify saves customers significant time and enables them to easily manipulate their product listings."

Shopify users sometimes experience difficulties managing their inventory because Shopify allows multiple SKUs per product. Ecomdash has also created a unique ID system which helps handle this complexity.

Source: Marketwired

Multichannel management tool Ecomdash has introduced a new price plan costing $25 per month for up to 100 orders per month.

All integrations and functionality are included in the new price tier, as well as support by phone, live chat and email. The previous entry price was the "Starter Kit" plan at $49.99 per month for up to 500 orders.

Ecomdash will soon be announcing complete a pricing overhaul with greater flexibility between tiers, and more gradual price fluctuations month-to-month based on number of sales orders.

"We believe all small and mid-sized ecommerce businesses should have access to affordable, comprehensive multichannel integration software," said Nick Maglosky, chief executive officer of ecomdash. "Our new pricing structure enables even the very smallest businesses to efficiently manage their ecommerce supply chain and quickly scale operations."

Source: PRWeb

Inventory and channel management solution Ecomdash has a new module which routes orders to Amazon's FBA service for fulfillment.

Ecomdash for FBA can route orders from any supported sales channel, including eBay and Etsy, to Amazon FBA. The tool is an optional add-on priced at $20 a month.

Within ecomdash, merchants first select which products are held by FBA. Then as sales orders are collected and organized from each sales channel, ecomdash identifies and routes the appropriate sales order details to FBA automatically. Once Amazon fulfills and ships the order, ecomdash automatically obtains shipping and tracking information, and then communicates it to the buyer via the channel where the purchase occurred.

"We're thrilled to offer our retailers greater control, accuracy and efficiency within their order fulfillment workflow," said Kevin Loomis, in charge of product development at ecomdash. Though it wasn't initially planned for completion in 2015, ecomdash engineers worked overtime to create the order routing for FBA software. "We've seen a significant increase in the number of multichannel sellers using FBA over the last year or so. Our goal is to meet, exceed and stay ahead of the needs of our customers," Loomis said.

Ecomdash is currently running a special offer now through mid-July to allow both new and current users the opportunity to try the order routing for FBA app at no additional charge.

Source: Marketwired

Marketplace management tool Ecomdash has added support for firearms trading site GunBroker.com.

Ecomdash enables GunBroker.com users to automate their inventory and sales process for multiple sales channels, automatically updating inventory quantities. Ecomdash can be used to manage product listings, change descriptions, and create listings in bulk.

"We are excited to partner with GunBroker.com, for both their customers and ours," said Nick Maglosky, chief executive officer of ecomdash. "Our whole team is eager to provide multichannel ecommerce automation software to this underserved market. We're ready to make selling online easier and more profitable for the hunting, sporting and pawn industries."

Ecomdash is the first inventory management solution to support GunBroker.com.

Source: PRWeb

Inventory and sales channel management tool Ecomdash has integrated with Amazon's FBA fulfillment outsourcing service.

Ecomdash can identify FBA-fulfilled orders from any supported sales channel and route them to FBA for shipping. Once the Amazon warehouse ships the item, ecomdash obtains tracking information, and sends it to the marketplace where the order was placed.

Ecomdash for FBA is priced as a separate add-on.

Source: Ecomdash

Ecommerce inventory management tool Ecomdash is offering two months free for new users who sign up before 15 May 2015.

"We're very excited to share this promotion with the ecommerce industry, and are anxious to see how it impacts new users," said Laura Greeno, Vice President of Marketing for ecomdash. "On average, our customers experience an increase in sales by 23 percent, quarter over quarter. We are eager to see how retailers using the spring promotion will grow and scale while using our multichannel software." Greeno added.

Sellers should use promo code SPRING15 when signing up with ecomdash to get the offer.

Source: Ecomdash

Ecommerce management tool Ecomdash has received a new investment of $1.2 million.

The new investment includes strategic partner Gemini Southern and a select group of angel investors. The capital raised will be used to implement an aggressive product development roadmap in 2015 including new channel integrations and further financial and back-office capabilities.

"The acceleration of ecommerce is creating demand for more advanced software-as-a-service offerings. As retailers look to scale, they need faster and more powerful tools to help them grow and compete," said Nick Maglosky, CEO of ecomdash. "Our data sync automation enables retailers to sell more products, in more places, while spending significantly less time and money. With this funding, we will continue to advance our technology to assist our multi-channel merchants in reaching further efficiencies and continued growth."

Source: Marketwire

Ecommerce management tool Ecomdash has added support for Shopify's POS app.

The new integration allows sellers to receive sales orders from physical stores, and automatically synchronize inventory levels across all sales channels.

Shopify POS can be used for selling at temporary locations such as trade shows, fairs and markets as well as physical stores.

Source: Ecomdash

Inventory and marketplace management tool Ecomdash has received an investment from private merchant bank Gemini Southern.

Nick Maglosky, Chief Executive Officer of Ecomdash, stated, "We are very excited about the partnership with Gemini Southern and the ecommerce industry relationships it has already fostered."

Capital received from Gemini Southern is part of a larger financing the company expects to close towards the end of 2014. The company plans to use the capital for software development and partner API integrations, including new financial and supply chain support.

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Ecomdash has also released support for the Newegg marketplace.

"Connecting our technology with Newegg and Rakuten.com is part of our continued effort to provide efficient ecommerce automation software to a growing market." said Chief Operating Engineer Darrin Kidd.

Source: Ecomdash

Marketplace management software supplier Ecomdash has added support for Rakuten's US marketplace, formerly known as Buy.com.

The new Rakuten integration allows ecomdash users to sync inventory, import sales orders in near real-time, and create custom picking lists, packing slips and shipping labels. Once orders are shipped, ecomdash will mark the item as shipped on the Rakuten marketplace and send a tracking number to the buyer.

Rakuten generated $3.08 billion in revenue in 2013, and is one of the top 3 ecommerce companies in the world.

Source: Ecomdash

Marketplace management tool Ecomdash has completed its support for the Sears.com marketplace.

The enhanced Sears integration includes the following:

  • Import sales orders as often as every five minutes.
  • Inventory quantity synchronization.
  • Custom packing slips and shipping labels.
  • Marking items as shipped in the marketplace, and sending tracking info to the buyer.
  • Sending marketing emails based on what was bought.
  • Kitting and bundling items for the Sears marketplace.

Source: Ecomdash

Marketplace management solution Ecomdash has added support for the Vend point of sale (POS) system.

Vend's POS software works on iPads, Macs and PCs. The Ecomdash integration enables retailers to easily add products to their inventory, report across physical and online sales, accept payments on Vend, and more.

Ecomdash is also planning to add support for online marketplaces Newegg and Rakuten.com. The integrations will allow Ecomdash users to sync inventory, manage orders, and print shipping labels for all their sales channels including Newegg and Rakuten.

Source: Ecomdash for Vend integration and new marketplaces

Multichannel management system Ecomdash has added support for Sears' US marketplace, along with a handful of new product management features.

Ecomdash can now sync inventory with Sears, automatically update inventory levels across all channels, import Sears sales orders, and upload tracking numbers when orders are shipped.

Ecomdash has also released a number of enhancements to their inventory management module, including:

  • Work order functionality to track product assembly or manufacture.
  • Control over listed stock levels down to the product level.
  • Product data cloning to make it faster to create new products.
  • The ability to convert products to kits or "built products".

Source: Ecomdash for Sears integration and new inventory features

The winner of ecommerce software supplier Ecomdash's Occupy eStreet competition is car dashboard camera seller Pier28.

Dashboard cameras, known as "dashcams", gained global recognition following their wide use to capture the Russian meteor impact of 2013.

To win the competition, Pier28 owner Jon Smejkal submitted a photoshopped image of his company with its own vendor booth at the CES Consumer Electronics Show, to illustrate his business vision. Pier28 currently sells on multiple marketplaces and websites. As part of the competition, Smejkal will document his experience growing the business over the next six months.

Occupy eStreet is an annual contest for small business owners to win software and services from multiple ecommerce software providers. The companies taking part this year were Shopify, AddShoppers, Endicia and ecomdash.

Source: Ecomdash

Ecommerce management system Ecomdash has released updates which include lister enhancements, the ability to create kits in bulk, FBA support, and new point of sale functionality.

The new features implemented in August include:

  • Lister improvements including bulk upload of images and enhanced item specifics and attributes.
  • Bulk creation of kits using a new file format.
  • FBA support at the product level to improve stock level synchronization.
  • Purchase order updates to help streamline the process from creation to receiving.
  • Faster synchronization across all sales channels.

Ecomdash Chief Technology Engineer Darrin Kidd said, "We're excited about the launch of ecomlister as an included application within the ecomdash suite of software tools. We know how valuable this tool will be for sellers who need to quickly respond to the needs of the marketplace and list products as soon as they are available."

Ecomdash also has new support for physical points of sale. The new functionality means sellers can consolidate physical and ecommerce sales and inventory, and view them together. This reduces the risk of overselling, and allows reporting across the whole business.

Source: Ecomdash for August updates and POS functionality.

Multichannel management solution Ecomdash has added support for popular hosted shopping cart Bigcommerce.

Darrin Kidd, Chief Technology Engineer at Ecomdash said "We're excited about giving more sellers the ability to save time and money with our inventory automation software. The Bigcommerce integration was originally planned for development in 2015. We decided to make it a priority based on conversations with our customers."

The integration with Bigcommerce includes the same features ecomdash provides for retailers using marketplaces like Amazon, eBay and Etsy, including auto-syncing of inventory levels across multiple sales channels and import of orders.

Source: EcommerceBytes

Multichannel management tool Ecomdash has released a number of changes including support for eBay auctions.

The new release includes:

  • Upgraded listing module which identifies unlisted products and helps list them quickly.
  • Support for eBay auctions.
  • Enhanced packing slips including price, warehouse and shipping information.
  • Reprinting of shipping labels.
  • More inventory management attributes.

Source: Ecomdash

Ecomdash is running a competition to win a six month subscription to a suite of software including their own tool, Shopify, Endicia and AddShoppers.

The software subscriptions prize is worth up to $1,800. Sellers have until 31 August to enter by posting on Ecomdash's Facebook page and "Occupy eStreet" blog post. The winner is selected by a first round of public voting on Facebook, and then by Ecomdash and its competition partners. The winner is expected to post updates of their progress and be available for short interviews.

More information and to enter.

Source: Ecomdash

Multichannel management tool Ecomdash is now integrated with Etsy and Amazon.ca.

The new integrations offer listing, inventory synchronization, importing sales orders from the marketplaces, marking orders as shipped and adding tracking numbers.

Other Ecomdash updates this month include:

  • New shipping options including international shipping.
  • Setting an available quantity for marketplace listings.
  • Improved navigation and usability.
  • Tracking the history of manually updated sales orders.
  • Bulk updates.

Source: Ecomdash

Ecommerce management software Ecomdash has added a Magento integration amongst other new features.

The Magento integration allows sellers to import orders, synchronize inventory, ship orders and submit tracking information back to Magento.

Other new features added recently to Ecomdash include automatic relisting of ended listings on eBay, stock reorder alerts, role assignment for multiple users and support for multiple warehouses.

Source: Ecomdash

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