6 Shopify & Amazon Integration Tools You’ll Wish You Knew About Sooner

So if you’re thinking about making the switch from Shopify to Amazon, or vice versa, the whole process might seem like a really tall mountain to climb.

The truth is, that Shopify and Amazon can be integrated simply, and pretty easily actually.

If you aren’t sure about exactly what you’re doing, the whole job can feel like one of those painful house moving days, leaving you alone just to scratch your head and wonder how to work it out for yourself.

But we don’t want you to have that feeling. So in today’s article, we have rounded up some of the very best tools for switching between your own Shopify store and Amazon FBA. These tools will make it totally effortless for you to migrate from your Amazon seller account to Shopify, and vice versa. They cover a range of features such as product listings, inventory tracking, reviews and so much more.

We are going to split this article to make it easier for you to see what you need, since our audience is made up of people migrating to and from Amazon & Shopify.

We will first talk about tools when going from Amazon to Shopify, then tools going from Shopify to Amazon.

So without further ado let’s get straight into it!

Tools Moving from Amazon to Shopify

1 Amazon Import

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So to kick us off we have this app from Bytestand. As the name suggests, this app is what allows you to import your entire product catalogue from Amazon to Shopify.

Now these guys won’t act as a middleman between your Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) and Shopify accounts, but what they will do is with the magical push of a button, they will import your entire catalogue in just one click.

So you’re probably wondering how exactly does this stuff work. Well, let us explain it.

Firstly, you can find the app on the Shopify App Store you can click the link in the above title to take you straight there.

Largely the work of API’s helps Bytestand to scour the web for the best product images and descriptions for you to make sure that your products and pricing are perfectly imported onto your Shopify store. Not to mention its links with shipping carriers such as DHL, to fully streamline ecommerce shipping processes.

It is easily one of the best Shopify apps available, and it’s not expensive, either. Amazon Import also had a range of pricing plans depending on how big or small your store is. If you have less than 100 SKU’s, then your plan starts at $10 a month, rising to $20 for 500, $30 a month for 1,000 SKU’s and $60 for 3,000 SKU’s.

With an average star rating of 4.6, there’s no doubt behind the quality of this app, which is what makes it one of the most useful for migrating from Shopify to Amazon. If you’re unsure or uneasy about how to set up your Shopify store, then this is the perfect app for you.

2 Areviews

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Similarity to the previous app, this app is designed for users who want to import their reviews on Amazon listings, to those under their Shopify products.

Reviews are considered one of the most important aspects of your whole Shopify website. What makes this app so valuable is that it allows you to filter and import all your reviews in just a couple of button clicks.

Areviews allow you to have unlimited products and reviews with images. This app also supports imports from Aliexpress, if you are using them as one of your product suppliers.

Three plans are available, with one being Free, another at $6.99 and the Ultimate plan starts at $12.99.

Tools for Moving from Shopify to Amazon

3 Expandly

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Okay so technically this app could fit into either section if this list, since it truly is the best app for managing your Shopify and Amazon store accounts.

This tool allows you to fully integrate Shopify and Amazon together to be able to manage them from just one location.

You can manage your listings by uploading products to channels quickly and uploading them in bulk. On top of this, you can easily view the status of your orders from Amazon and Shopify (plus any other channels you happen to sell on, which is extremely useful if you’re drop-shipping).

Oh, and just when you thought that it couldn’t get any better, you can benefit from the live inventory feature to ensure you never over-sell your products.

And the benefits don’t stop there. With this app you can print off shipping labels in bulk and integrate with other shipping carriers. Finally, the Expandly platform partners with Xero, the accounting software to remove any manual keying for your accounting.

But compared to some of the options mentioned previously, Expandly is a little bit more pricey. Packages start at $228 per month for 7,500 orders per month, rising to $468 for 15,000 orders per month. The largest ‘Enterprise Package’ only offers a price on application for larger and more established businesses.

4 Jungle Scout

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Anyone who is an Amazon FBA beginner wondering about how to sell on Amazon, then this is the platform that you need.

When you set about researching the best practices for selling on Amazon, you’re going to hear this name get thrown around quite a lot. Because it deserves it.

Jungle scout is one of the top tools for Amazon product research, you are able to use the web platform or the chrome extension to perform a whole range of research activities such as filtering products through sales to find the top sellers, narrowing products down by mixing filters, anything really to find the best products to sell on Amazon. Not to mention you can use their own Amazon FBA calculator to factor in Amazon FBA fees while you sell on the platform.

Over half a million entrepreneurs use this platform to monitor one billion Amazon products, with $8 billion sales assisted each year using this platform. Three pricing plans range between $29 per month to $84 per month to suit business and startups of all kinds.

5 Amazon Integration Plus

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Next up, we have the Amazon integration Plus app by Common Services.

This app is one of the most complete Amazon integration apps available on the App Store. It allows you to seamlessly open an Amazon selling account, and effortlessly integrate your current Shopify store with it in just a few simple steps.

You can take care of all your product listings in real time, along with all of your orders and inventory updates. You can even print off your invoices and billings through the platform. Multiple shipping carriers such as DHL are supported by the app too.

Some of the other useful features include importing orders, automating synchronization, keeping track of inventory in your store in real time, creating new product sheets, adding shipping fees and automatic currency conversion. Two packages are available. One at $29.99 a month and another at $59.99, depending on what kind of features you want.

6 Sellbrite

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Next up we have this app, Sellbrite, which enables eCommerce store owners to sell effortlessly through multiple platforms.

Okay so technically this app isn’t only for people moving from Shopify to Amazon. It can be used by plenty of online ecommerce platforms, such as BigCommerce, Ebay, Etsy and many more.

Regardless of what platforms you use, Sellbrite offers users to benefit from its platform and automated features to manage inventory, sales, product listings and optimize fulfillment.

Listing on Sellbrite is very easy once you set up the templates and recipes section. This allows you to automate listing any items in your catalogue and bulk updating products across many marketplaces. There are a range of pricing options, beginning at $49 per month for 100 orders per month, rising to $149, then $249 for 2,000 orders, and the best value package of them all: $399 for 10,000 orders per month.

What separates this option from plenty of the other multi platform integration tools isn’t just its advanced features. The simplistic set up, paired with the accuracy of real time updates on inventory and sales alongside the easy-to-read updates, this platform stands heads and shoulders above plenty of its competitors.

Conclusion

In conclusion then, moving from Shopify to Amazon can seem like a huge challenge, with endless tweaks and bugs ahead of you before you get things integrated seamlessly. But fortunately for you, it doesn’t have to be such a difficult process.

These tools are made for people just like you to make the huge jump seem more like a hop. They can serve you in almost any way that you need. Whether it’s order management, inventory, product listings, you name it, there’ll be a Shopify or Amazon partner there to help you make the transition between platforms.

Thank you so much for reading, and we wish you all the very best for your journey migrating between Amazon and Shopify!

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