Veeqo add replicate to Amazon listing feature

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VeeqoVeeqo have announced that from the 1st of September their merchants will be able to replicate existing listings onto Amazon from other platforms.

Veeqo already support a raft of ecommerce platforms enabling you to manage all your orders from one dashboard. They support Amazon, eBay, Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce and have a Xero integration for accounting assistance as well as easy to setup courier integrations with the likes of with Royal Mail, My Hermes and FedEx.

Now Veeqo clients will be able to use the new feature to transfer products listed on any existing stores to Amazon straight from Veeqo. Essentially, this makes things easier for those who sell items on several market places and helps them save much-needed time. Before Veeqi users would have had to add items to each marketplace separately.

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Matt Warren, founder and CEO of Veeqo, explained their vision saying “Product Pushing is a huge new feature that will save retailers hours every day, allowing them to spend more time on selling rather than creating the same product on different stores like Amazon and eBay. This feature will push Veeqo towards its vision of becoming the one-stop place for online sellers and to make their lives easier at the same time. We’re passionate about this and believe we can meet the goal”.

Matt also tells us that in October, an identical function will roll-out for sellers looking to sell on eBay and will expand to shopify, WooCommerce and Magento in November.

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