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You may not have thought of it before, but listing on Amazon makes a lot of sense. Amazon is responsible for nearly half of all e-commerce sales in the U.S.
So, rather than dismissing Amazon as a competitor, Dynamics users should be looking at how they can tap into that very lucrative resource.
The Microsoft Dynamics platform easily integrates with Amazon enabling Dynamics users to reach a broader market and sell to a much greater audience.
A Range of Relationship Options
Amazon offers various business relationships designed to get products from retailers (or wholesalers) to their customers. You'll have the flexibility to choose the one that best suits your business model. For example, you can list products on the Amazon website that your company ships from your warehouse or a third-party logistics provider.
With the FBA (Fulfillment By Amazon) program, Amazon can serve as the third-party logistics provider. You'll ship a portion of your inventory to an Amazon warehouse. When customers place orders for your product, Amazon will collect the payment, ship the merchandise, and then send you payment minus their commission. Under this arrangement, you can also accept orders directly on your website and request that the Amazon warehouse do the shipping.
All of these scenarios require APIs and integration with Amazon, and you will need to make some custom changes to your Dynamics configuration. Western Computer can help you do that. Our team of experts will make the setup fast and easy, and we'll provide the guidance you need.
If you'd like to know more about expanding your reach and selling your products on Amazon, read our
Cloud Platform Makes for an Easy Connection
Selling on Amazon is a sales strategy worth looking into because if your business uses Microsoft Dynamics 365, you already have a robust order-fulfillment system. You also have a technology platform that enables easy connections with external systems like Amazon and others.
Western Computer has the expertise to assist your company in expanding channels in a way that increases your sales volume without creating manual overhead. A great example is an omnichannel, one of our key focus areas. Several of our omnichannel clients who use Dynamics have formed profitable business relationships with Amazon.
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