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A2X introduce integration for Walmart Marketplace sellers

By Lauren Fruncillo November 17, 2020 - 11:00 am

A2X ecommerce accounting connector who currently have integrations for Shopify, Amazon, and eBay have recently announced their newest integration with Walmart Marketplace.

The integration will help Walmart sellers reduce their workflow by connecting the marketplace platforms interface with their Quickbooks or Xero accounting systems. According to A2X, Amazon FBA sellers have been searching for new sales channels since shipping restrictions were imposed during COVID-19 and are providing a way to help the sellers take advantage of Walmarts Marketplace growth and easily manage their finances and structure their market entry strategy whilst they do it.

“One of the key areas where sellers often struggle to keep up is accounting for their transactions. As their sales volume grows, manually entering every order, fee or refund into their cloud accounting system takes a large amount of work and can become a major barrier to growth.

That’s why we recently launched A2X for Walmart – to automate the process of accounting for this activity so that sellers can spend their time focusing on other areas of the business.”

The above announcement taken from the A2X press release shows the companies intention to help save sellers time, especially when time could be better spent improving their business. A2X have announced that they are offering a free trial of their service which can be found here.

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