Accounting solution for Amazon & eBay
Platformone have announced the latest version of Tradebox Finance Manager which has the ability to import orders from Amazon, as well as eBay. Tradebox links to both your eBay and Amazon sales and automatically updates Sage accounting software with your sales at the click of a button.
Stephen Bales, Director of Platform One, said, “The ability to import orders from Amazon addresses the needs of many of our existing customers, who sell across both eBay and Amazon. The next step is to roll out the subsequent version of Tradebox which will have the ability to import orders from websites”.
Many eBay sellers are starting to discover Amazon as a second selling venue, and for many it’s even more successful than eBay. Managing sales accross multiple venues is always a challenge but Tradebox makes this simple. It can download your sales from eBay and import sales from Amazon, and even update Amazon when you mark the orders as despatched. For volume sellers accounting is made simple with customer records created automatically, invoices generated for each transaction, stock management and of course VAT liability for each product and buyer calculated accurately.
On top of this Tradebox also captures and holds data from the online sales platform and provides the user with a raft of analysis, graphs and reports of their online sales.
If you’re looking to automate your accounts in 2008, or are already a Sage user it’s time to take a look at Tradebox to simplify your finances.
Any user opinions please 🙂
Hey Mark – there’s one on TameBay
There are a fair few here as well: http://cgi6.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?SolutionsDirectory&subgroup=7&page=details&solutionId=1054
“even update Amazon when you mark the orders as despatched”
How the heck does it do that? Amazon doesn’t have a function for marking sales as dispatched! Unless it sends an email to notify the customer it has been dispatched, in that case why don’t they say that!