XSellco Swift Launched to Support Amazon Seller-Fulfilled Prime
A new tool from software vendor XSellco has been released to help Amazon sellers ship their orders: XSellco Swift.
XSellco Swift integrates with Amazon's Buy Shipping API, allowing shipping labels to be bought and printed for both ordinary merchant-fulfilled orders and also Seller-Fulfilled Prime orders.
XSellco CEO Victor Corcoran said, "By integrating with Amazon's Buy Shipping API, we wanted to provide our customers with an easy-to-use application to help simplify their order management and shipping process. With XSellco Swift, qualified Self-Fulfilled Merchants can now exploit the full benefits of joining the Prime program."
Features include the ability to communicate directly with Amazon and receive quotes for shipping from a network of Amazon Partnered Carriers. Sellers can then buy and print shipping and packaging labels, and slips required under Amazon guidelines. A dispatch countdown timer notifies sellers of impending order deadlines. Sellers can automate specific shipping tasks by creating unique rules for individual SKUs and approved shipping carriers.
Amazon's Seller-Fulfilled Prime program enables merchants' products to qualify for the Prime badge, while shipping orders themselves. Previously, the Prime badge was only shown for inventory in Amazon's own FBA fulfillment service.
Seller-Fulfilled Prime merchants will be required to use Amazon's Buy Shipping API to purchase labels for all their Prime shipments in the very near future, says XSellco.
XSellco Swift has a free 30-day trial.