MELBOURNE, Australia, January 28th 2020: For over two years, MerchantSpring has been a leading figure in the transformation of e-commerce marketplaces into viable sales channels. Today, MerchantSpring is pleased to announce the recent enhancements to their Marketplace Manager™ offering. This multi-marketplace seller platform will now support eBay stores globally.
This includes, but is not limited to, eBay stores in the USA, UK, Germany, France and India. Professional eBay sellers will now be able to manage the performance of all their eBay stores within a single, user-friendly platform. This is alongside other marketplaces such as Amazon and selected Mirakl platforms.
Since it’s conception, MerchantSpring has been striving for innovative methods to manage marketplaces. This recent development increases efficiency and ease when it comes to managing eBay stores across multiple geographies. With the potential to access twenty times more buyers by selling internationally, this new development focuses on making selling on marketplaces, not only more profitable but easy too.
Within minutes, users of this seller tool will be able to connect their global stores. eBay sellers will be able to review and compare performance through a series of dashboards that cover categories, sellers and top sellers. With the tool also monitoring account performance, sellers will receive custom insights into their performance. The tool provides a fully listed quality diagnostic across your eBay listings and provides opportunities to improve search ranking instantaneously. These are all crucial steps in boosting business performance on eBay.
MerchantSpring has been helping online sellers and retailers turn marketplaces into viable sales channels through its multi-marketplace management platform, Marketplace Manager™. The inclusion of complementary services such as content production, optimisation, marketplace onboarding, ongoing marketplace management, customer service and consulting has seen the enrichment of over ten thousand products since 2017.