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Automating the Amazon Dataflow with TrueCommerce

If you're not selling on the world's largest marketplace (Amazon), are you really selling at all? 

TrueCommerce, a provider of trading partner connectivity and integration solutions (in other words, an electronic data interchange or EDI), recently announced the availability of an integration with the Amazon Marketplace that will allow its customers to import Amazon orders directly into their existing business systems (including Microsoft, Sage, Intuit, NetSuite and SAP).

“Speedy order processing is critical for businesses selling on Amazon,” said TrueCommerce Senior Vice President Alex Gile. 

“It is a major factor in determining who wins the buy box. However, for many Amazon Sellers, an efficient bridge between a marketplace and a business system is often missing. TrueCommerce eliminates this bottleneck by automating the dataflow. New orders flow quickly into the business system. Once they are shipped, order data quickly flows back to Amazon including tracking numbers. If you are selling products to Amazon or selling directly to consumers using the Amazon Marketplace, we now offer a solution for both scenarios.”

TrueCommerce President Ross Elliott indicated the Amazon Marketplace integration was the first of several announcements to come that are designed to improve their customers' agility and flexibility.
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