All online sellers, no matter how big or small, know how frustrating it can be to miss out on a sale or deal with an angry customer. And it’s even worse when it happens just because your inventory wasn’t synced properly with your e-store. Amazon, Shopify, Etsy and eBay are all great ecommerce platforms that can help you make money. But they can’t do everything for you. That’s why Zoho Inventory integrations with ecommerce platforms can be true sales-savers!
The integration will help you optimize your order management process. Instantly sync your stock levels with your chosen ecommerce platform, get a centralized overview of all sales orders and create a perfect delivery experience for your customers. Stop losing time and money on an imperfect system when there’s a better solution available.
Read on to learn more about what integrations with Zoho Inventory can do for you.
Shopify is a subscription-based platform that lets business owners sell their products online. But it can also support their sales in physical locations! It’s especially user-friendly for beginners who are setting up their online stores for the first time.
Shopify can be integrated with Zoho Inventory for easier tracking and data syncing. This includes your sales, shipments and stock levels. You’ll be able to see everything in a single dashboard. Set up and manage product bundles to create special offers your customers are eager to buy and use 30+ shipping integrations to make your deliveries the best possible experiences for your customers. Have multiple warehouses? No problem! Track specific items by their serial number or expiration date across all of them.
And yes, you can also integrate Zoho Inventory with the Shopify plus plan, as well as the Shopify POS app.
Amazon is one of the largest ecommerce platforms. It helps businesses reach millions of shoppers all over the world. If you’re an Amazon seller who’s juggling different tools and trying to keep up with both online and offline sales, this one’s for you.
Zoho Inventory can direct all orders across all your sources (online and offline) into a single centralized location. And categorize them appropriately! This means you can always see what’s going on with your business. The integration will also keep track of stock levels, notify you when they’re low and instantly update them on Amazon. But if you still run out of stock during high demand, Zoho Inventory will support you with drop shipments or back orders, so you don’t lose on any cash.
Plus, whenever a customer places a new order, their data will be immediately imported into your client database. If they ever buy again, you’ll be sure to know!
Whether you’re selling or reselling items on eBay, you’ll be able to save both time and money if you integrate with Zoho Inventory. Its advanced features have a lot to offer to online sellers and retailers.
Connect your eBay account with Zoho Inventory to track your shipments, update stock levels in real time and easily locate any item by its serial number. Set up alerts when it’s time to restock and mandate approvals before your employees place orders from vendors. This way you can make sure you’re getting the best deals. You can also easily manage multiple warehouses! Transfer goods from one to another and make sure you’re shipping items from a warehouse closest to the customer to lower your costs.
Etsy is an ecommerce platform that caters mostly to small businesses and artisans that sell handmade goods. But just because they’re not selling mass-produced items, it doesn’t mean they don’t need a great tool to handle their orders. And shipments!
Automatic import of new client data can truly help you encourage repeat business. Zoho Inventory integration with Etsy makes that possible. You can also use its advanced features to create special product bundles to reward your loyal customers or pair items that are often bought together. It’s a great way to offer them at a more attractive price. Integrations with most major shipping carriers come with Zoho Inventory. This lets you track deliveries, notify customers and generate shipping labels. All that from a single, unified dashboard.
The integration requires no downloads or installations. Everything stays on the cloud, safe and secure. This means you can access all the benefits of the integration in only minutes after setup.
5) Zoho Commerce
Now, Zoho Commerce is not your typical ecommerce platform. It is, in fact, an in-house site builder. This means you can create your own sleek-looking online store. Keep it on point with your brand and customize it to suit the needs of your business. The best part is – no coding experience required.
You can integrate Zoho Commerce with Zoho Inventory to instantly sync all your orders and stock levels. Pin items from your inventory onto your online store front, push special offers and receive all orders through your store. Then use all the abilities of Zoho Inventory to maximize profit! Create product bundles, place back orders or optimize delivery experience for your customers. Also, all new customers will be recorded in your client database – use the data to make better business decisions.
Merge your e-store with Zoho Inventory for better order management
It doesn’t matter if you’re selling your goods on Etsy, Amazon, eBay or Shopify (or all of them). Integration with Zoho Inventory will give you a better overview and more control over your whole sales, order and delivery process. A centralized dashboard, item tracking, product bundling, multi-warehouse management, integrations with shipping carriers… All that, and more, with just a single integration that saves time and money! Plus, if you’re wanting to build your own webshop, you can try Zoho Commerce and then pair it with Zoho Inventory for maximum efficiency.