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One Stop Order Processing introduce new features

By Dan Wilson June 26, 2016 - 11:03 pm

One Stop Order Processing has launched a new function that helps eBay and Amazon sellers coordinate their sales on both marketplaces.

If you don’t know One Stop Order Processing, they’re a Devon based business with multichannel services that start from a fiver a month and can be scaled to serve everyone from small sellers to people doing 1000s of orders a day. They service these channels (to name a few): eBay, Amazon, osCommerce, Tesco, Groupon, CubeCart Magento and Bigcommerce.

As they say of the new features: “Don’t oversell an item on Amazon or eBay. Use One Stop Order Processing to manage the stock levels of products sold on both Ebay and Amazon. As you sell the product on eBay or Amazon, the other selling channel’s stock level is automatically updated.

And to find out more you can check out this handy little demo on YouTube:

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