9. January 2014

Tradebyte integrates interface to Amazon.com

Logo Amazon.comTradebyte Software GmbH is extending its cooperation with the Amazon group and now offers a standardised interface for the biggest of all Amazon websites: Amazon.com. Therefore, more than 350 vendors from the Tradebyte pool can now also sell their own product range via the US portal of the online giant with the TB.One software, as well as on Amazon portals in Germany, England, Spain, Italy and France.

Amazon.com Inc. has always aimed to be the most customer-oriented company in the world, where customers can find practically anything they want to buy online. While Amazon gives its customers more of what they want – attractive prices, big selection and customer friendliness – the company is growing more and more, and is developing into one of the leading e-commerce platforms. As the market leader of internet trade, Amazon has the biggest selection of books, CDs and videos in the world.

Tradebyte is one of the few integration companies worldwide, which operates an active interface to Amazon’s EU websites and its US website.

After an extensive test phase, Noppies, a Dutch fashion label for children’s apparel, was the first vendor to go live via TB.One on Amazon.com, and more integrations are already being planned. The fully integrated interface from Tradebyte to Amazon.com is now available for all vendors.

“The technical basis is now laid. Thanks to diverse translation tools within TB.One, content localisation is also quickly carried out,” says Andreas Nowakowitsch, general manager of Tradebyte Software GmbH. “Amongst the biggest challenges for our vendors are now the subjects of logistics, tax law and customs law, which are solvable for many of our connected manufacturers thanks also to the fulfillment services of Amazon.”

More information about the new Amazon interface can be found in our Marketplace section on the detail page of Amazon.com.

If you have any questions, please contact us, your Tradebyte team is happy to help.

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