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System for fulfilling online orders and controlling stock. Covers order processing, postage management, stock control, reorders, customer returns/refunds, stock scrapping, stock purchases, purchase life cycle. Automatically downloads orders from eBay, Amazon, osCommerce and many others, including your own website. Synchronizes stock levels beween all channels.
|Amazon Sites||Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.fr|
|Carriers||DHL, DPD, FedEx, Interlink Express, myHermes, Parcelforce, Royal Mail, UKMail, UPS, US Postal Service|
|eBay Sites||eBay Canada, eBay France, eBay Germany, eBay UK, eBay.com|
|Marketplaces||Flubit, Fnac, Fruugo, Intu, Pixmania PixPlace, PriceMinister, Rakuten.co.uk, Rakuten.com, Sears.com Marketplace|
|Price Comparison||Google Shopping|
|Shopping Carts||BigCommerce, Magento, Prestashop, Shopify|
Trial: 30 days
Inventory and marketplace management solution Linnworks has a new online store for sellers to buy compatible hardware.
The hardware on offer has been tested with Linnworks and certified as compatible. It includes ePOS systems, barcode scanners, thermal printers and pack bench systems.
Over 4,000 companies use Linnworks around the world.
Source: Linn Systems
This month's Internet Retailing Expo at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, features 24 suppliers listed in the Web Retailer directory.
The conference takes place from 25-26 March and exhibitors include 2nd Office, Asendia, Avalara, Brightpearl, ChannelAdvisor, Currencies Direct, Frooition, Genie & The Geek, James and James Fulfilment, Lengow, Linnworks, MetaPack, Neteven, One Stop Order Processing, plentymarkets, Scurri, Seller Dynamics, Selro, Visualsoft, Volo, Pentagon, WebInterpret, Wiser and XSellco.
IRX is the largest ecommerce exhibition in the UK, providing a unique opportunity to research suppliers as well as a range of free educational talks.
Source: Internet Retailing Expo
eBay and Amazon customer support tool ReplyManager has released a direct integration with channel management software Linnworks.
Users of both systems can now search Linnworks order data without leaving ReplyManager, finding orders using the buyer's eBay ID or email address (including anonymous addresses from Amazon).
The last 60 days of orders are searched, and users can view order notes, shipping details, customer data and products ordered.
Multichannel ecommerce software company Linnworks are offering discounts of up to 35% both for existing customers, and for trial users who register by January 26th, 2015.
Existing customers and trial users will receive a discount code by email from Linnworks. A discount code will also be sent to Web Retailer members on 19 January.
The discounts are:
- 20% off monthly plans
- 25% off 6-month plans
- 35% off annual plans
Linnworks are also extending their money back guarantee period from 14 days to 30 days for anyone who takes up the offer.
Those using a discount code will also be entered into the previously announced prize draw to win a trip to the ThinkGlobal Retail conference in Las Vegas this August.
Marketplace management tool Linnworks has added support for Rakuten.co.uk, which replaced Play.com late last year.
The new integration allows Linnworks to:
- Automatically download new orders.
- Mark items as dispatched.
- Send out confirmation emails to the buyer.
- Submit order shipping information back to Rakuten.
- Automatically adjust inventory levels.
Ecommerce technology company Linnworks is running a competition with a top prize of a trip to the Think Global Retail conference in Las Vegas.
The first prize includes flights, accommodation and conference tickets. Other prizes are:
- A 12 month subscription to Linnworks Anywhere Enterprise, worth £6,800.
- A 12 month subscription to Linnworks Anywhere Pro, worth £4,300.
- A 12 month unlimited subscription to MeanRepricer, worth £3,500.
- 5 Amazon vouchers of £100 each.
All existing Linnworks customers will be invited to enter the competition by email, as will new customers starting a trial before January 26.
Marketplace management system Linnworks is ending support for their "Linnworks Local" Windows-based application, and will be launching a new web-based app called Linnworks.net in Summer 2015.
Linnworks will end support for the desktop-based Linnworks Local on January 31st, 2015. It will continue to work after that date, and will become free, but will not be updated to maintain support with marketplaces and couriers. Linnworks will help Local users move to Linnworks Anywhere, and is offering a 12 months discount to those making the switch.
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Linnworks has released recordings of presentations from the recent Linnworks Academy customer events, including what's hot in ecommerce, cross border trading, updates to the Linnworks rules engine and handling of variations, and a talk from Royal Mail.
A new article covers innovative UK marketplace Flubit in detail, including sales volume, software support, and the million dollar question - whether it's really worth selling there!
Marketplace management tools with Flubit support built-in include: Brightpearl, ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces, ChannelGrabber, eSellerPro, Faab Multi Channel, Lengow, Linnworks, Plentymarkets, SellerExpress, Seller Dynamics, StoreFeeder, and XSellco.
Source: Web Retailer blog
Multichannel ecommerce management tool Linnworks has updated the way they handle variation items.
Variation items are products which are sold under one listing but vary based on size, colour, pack size or other properties. Linnworks has introduced the concept of a "Variation Parent", which allows sellers to:
- Have a Variation Item SKU that is a child of multiple Variation Parents, so they can create listings with different combinations of variation items.
- Define shared properties at the Variation Parent level for listing purposes.
- Only need to define variation-specific properties at the The Variation Item SKU level.
Multichannel management software Linnworks has updated its extension for the Magento ecommerce platform.
The updated extension offers improved performance and speed when bulk listing using LinnLive, and is required for a forthcoming update of LinnLive.
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The Supplier Says
* Order book integration with eBay, PayPal, Amazon, osCommerce and other e-commerce platforms
* Printing of postage labels/fold-in invoices
* Postage management
* Postage manifests and postage expenses filing
* Support for full Order lifecycle (order status, returns/refunds)
* Barcoded order lists, invoice, labels
* Despatch Console
* Fully tracable order history
* Direct orders, Sevice Sales and sale lifecycle support
* Sales grid analysis and sales ledger
* Sales grid analysis and sales ledger
* Easy to use automated stock control
* Purchase order tracability
* Purchase ledger and purchase lifecycle support
* Descriptive stock items, including postage and packaging information and product pictures
* Stock scrapping, return to stock, return to supplier
* End/Relist/Adjust listins on eBay
* Stock adjustments
* Stock item life history
* Mobile/wireless stock control and order processing application (handheld, Pocket PC, PDA)
The order book is automated to receive orders from multiple channels such as eBay/PayPal, Amazon, many different e-commerce platforms. All you need to do to get new orders and update the status of the existing ones, is to click one button which will automatically connect to different channels and obtain your latest orders, no file importing necessary. As the system designed ground up using modular architecture, should you find a need to integrate with your own bespoke website it can be done as a bespoke module. Contact our technical support or sales team for more information.
All you stocked products can be linked with orders coming in from eBay, Amazon or your website by the item title. Everytime you process an order the order items automatically deducted from the current stock level. When you acquire new stock by purchasing it from the supplier you can simply create a purchase order which will automatically increase the stock level once the purchase order is delivered. Linn Systems, 21 March 2009