Today there are automated solutions that can streamline and improve just about every step of your e-commerce process — order and inventory management, bulk listing across multiple marketplaces, dynamic re-pricing, and automated shipping solutions. That’s the good news. Here’s the bad news: If your team is working with different vendors…
Solid Commerce helps merchants and brands increase profits within a single all-in-one platform.
Rule the marketplaces with centralized inventory
Main Inventory Features:
- View inventory history
- Set product condition
- View storage location (BIN)
- Support multiple warehouses
- Print barcodes
- Manage kitting and bundling
Reach millions of new customers with marketplace listings
- List thousands of items at once
- Create bulk variation listings
- Update live listings
- Create bulk automotive fitments
- List directly from MS Excel
All your orders, all together
- View all marketplace orders in one place
- Print Picking Lists & Packing Slips
- Assign custom order status
- Search and find orders
- Manage return process
Manage multiple vendors and drop shippers with ease
- Auto-update live listings based on your vendors feed
- Auto-create new listings based on your vendors feed
- Send orders to your vendors automatically
- Update pricing on every marketplace
Built-in business intelligence reports gives you insight into your operations and helps you manage your sales metrics.
Sell Across Multiple Marketplaces
Solid Commerce makes selling on multiple marketplaces efficient and easy.
Easy User Experience
Solid Commerce gives you one place to view and update your inventory. You won’t have to jump around between your marketplaces to update quantities, instead they will be centralized in Solid Commerce.
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Solid Commerce is 100% web-based, so you can run your business anytime, anywhere. No installations. No restrictions.
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