BQool Repricing Central now available on Amazon marketplace appstore

By Dan Wilson September 20, 2018 - 2:30 pm

BQool has announced that Repricing Central is now available on the Amazon Marketplace Appstore. Repricing Central is an automated Amazon repricer which can help merchants win the coveted Amazon Buy Box while ensuring their price accuracy and profit margins.

Users can optimise their repricing speed to every 5-15 minutes. Repricing Central also includes a Profit Calculator to get close estimations of profit margins and product ROI. The feature also takes Amazon’s fees and costs into consideration.

Repricing Central offers the merchants several options for customisation. For instance users can decide which competitors they want to match their price against among other features. The software also provides users with the ability to develop unique repricing strategies based on their competitor’s fulfilment method, feedback ratings, item status and item condition.

The Marketplace Appstore is a one-stop-shop where the small and medium-sized businesses that sell on Amazon can more easily discover quality applications to help them automate, manage and grow their business. Accessible from Seller Central, the Marketplace Appstore features applications created by Amazon and external developers and covers a range of functionalities across the selling lifecycle.

About 60% of its customers are located in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, so BQool has made its products available in simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese as well as in an English-language version.

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