eBay embraces multi-channel with Inkfrog partnership

By Dan Wilson February 24, 2016 - 10:42 pm

News from eBay. They hope to make your life easier as a multi-channel seller with a new partnership with InkFrog. The idea being that it will enable eBay sellers to more easily sync their inventory across multiple selling platforms.

InkFrog is a tool that helps eBay sellers with listings, templates, listings management and stock control. As it stands, it looks like this is predominantly a US deal and it would be interesting to find out if any readers use the tool in the UK or Europe.

Jordan Sweetnam, VP of the seller experience at eBay, says of the move in a blog post: “In a tech-enabled world where businesses like you have choices on where your inventory should go, we need to operate in a world that acknowledges and embraces that multi-channel environment, and offers more frictionless ways for you to run a scalable, successful business within it.

Today, we are announcing a first small step in a journey to help our sellers – today’s sellers and eBay’s future sellers – run their businesses more efficiently in a multi-channel world. Our partnership with InkFrog provides direct integration for sellers to sync inventory updates across shopping carts and the eBay platform.”

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