The Best Inventory Management Software for Selling on Marketplaces

Manage your listings across multiple channels with the best ecommerce inventory management tools available, in four different categories.

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Whether you’re selling through your own store or on Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Walmart, or somewhere else, there’s inventory management software that will work for you. Read on to discover the perfect tool to help you streamline your overheads, maximize your sales, and use every channel for your ecommerce advantage.

Here’s what you’ll find in this guide:

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All the Software and Services You Need

Web Retailer has the world's leading directory of software tools and service providers for online sellers.

We focus on online marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay.

Expanding to new marketplaces?

see Multichannel Management

Selling across borders?

see International Ecommerce

Making delivery more efficient?

see Shipping & Fulfillment

Automating your pricing?

see Pricing & Repricing

Researching products to sell?

see Product Sourcing

Working on your reputation?

see Feedback, Reviews & Support

Looking for outside help?

see Outsourcing & Consultants

Improving your finances?

see Financial Management

Diversifying your sales channels?

see Marketplaces & Channels

There are also dedicated categories for the leading marketplaces Amazon and eBay, and we cover all online marketplaces worldwide including Etsy, Jet.com, Walmart, Mercado Libre, Tesco, Cdiscount and many more.

Try our Advanced Search to find software compatible with a specific marketplace or shopping cart, or that are integrated with tools you already use.

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Amazon Sellers Need to Stop Dropshipping and Arbitrage. Here’s Why.

Amazon is now suspending sellers before their first sale, and requesting evidence of authenticity. Some sourcing models won’t survive.

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This post is by Chris McCabe, owner and founder of ecommerceChris, LLC, an Amazon seller account consultancy.

Dropshippers and arbitrage sellers on Amazon can’t catch a break.

Things have changed in the last several months to make life even tougher for resellers trying to maintain a successful account. The number of sellers contacting me after they have been suspended due to a lack of adequate supply chain information has been multiplying every week.

We have tracked so many cases like this throughout 2019, that we now wonder why sellers continue to use these sourcing methods at all. Sellers like these, with weak supplier info or who lack invoices, need to modify their business models, and fast.

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3 Ecommerce Customer Service Hacks Every Seller Should Know

Reply templates, best practices and advanced hacks for three of the most common ecommerce customer support questions

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This post is by Nadav Roiter, Marketing Manager for Subivi and a freelance journalist.

In this post I will show you how to deal with three common ecommerce customer questions as quickly as possible, while also providing excellent customer service.

These are the questions we’ll be looking at:

  1. Do you combine shipping?
  2. I haven’t received my package – where is it?
  3. Do you have this item in stock?

You’ll learn how to reduce the time you spend dealing with these, and how you can transform ecommerce customer service from a time-consuming admin chore to an easy task that helps grow your business.

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