Multi Channel
Solutions

If you’re selling online, you’re probably selling in more than one place – whether it’s your own website, eBay, Amazon (or any of the many others available) or a retail outlet. Logging into multiple sites, keeping track of stock levels and shipping items can easily become overwhelming, particularly when you’re selling well. Adopting Linnworks can help you manage all your selling platforms with just one system, streamlining your tasks and saving you time.


eBay
Integration

Arguably the most popular auction site in the UK, eBay offers sellers huge opportunities to make sales. Sellers can customise their eBay store layout and edit listing descriptions in line with their brand image, and responsive design on listing templates means no matter the size of the screen the customer is using, the listing is automatically displayed optimally, whether it's the smallest mobile phone or the widest monitor.


With 23 eBay channels worldwide, sellers can engage with markets overseas simply using Linnworks. Linnworks makes it easy to see eBay orders from whichever country you’re selling from, and process your orders as simply as if the buyer was in the same town. And PayPal means you can accept payments from 190 countries, in 25 currencies with no hassle about exchange rates.

Amazon
Integration

Amazon launched online in July 1994 with a vision of being the world's greatest bookstore – how times change! Today Amazon is the world’s largest internet retailer, and allows businesses to sell a plethora of items across the globe. Amazon finally launched their Australia site at the start of this year, meaning UK sellers truly can sell on the other side of the planet.

Amazon’s Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) service allows sellers to reach customers without even needing to despatch the products themselves – even from other marketplaces.

Linnworks has a direct integration for Amazon, and thousands of Linnworks users manage their listings on several Amazon worldwide channels with no fuss or risk of overselling.


Rakuten
Integration

Founded in Japan in 1997, Rakuten now works with over 42,000 sellers in Japan, selling to 93m customers, with more sites and customers worldwide.

Rakuten focuses on empowering their sellers to be different to those on other marketplaces.

Fancy selling to customers in a new currency? One of the first major companies to do so, Rakuten has accepted bitcoin payments since 2015.

Ecommerce Website
Integration

Many online sellers don’t just use eBay and Amazon, but have their own web stores. These can be built from scratch, or based on an existing software package. Many sellers find getting customised websites to work with shipping programs, eBay, Amazon, and others difficult, but that's where we can help.

Linnworks is designed to tie all these different sites and marketplaces together to make it easy to keep track of everything. There's integrations available for more than 20 different website platforms - once you've integrated your website, you'll see the benefits in no time.


Retail EPOS
System Integration

Multi channel selling doesn’t just mean online. Many businesses have trade counters or started with brick and mortar shops before branching into online sales. If you're one of them and you're wondering how you can increase your online availability without having to separate shop stock from online stock, we can show you how.

eBusiness Guru can provide EPOS hardware and software that integrates with Linnworks to help you keep track of your stock availability online AND offline.

If you want to keep your accountant happy, a great feature is how easy it is to send them one set of integrated records for all your sales and stock usage.

Wholesale
System Integration

Not all online sellers are entirely focused on consumers (B2C). If you’re a manufacturer, or you have an exclusive importing deal, you may also sell to other businesses (B2B). If this is the case, eBusiness Guru has EaglePOS, a cloud-based suite of software that includes a wholesale stock and inventory function.

Coordinate bulk sales of stock at agreed rates with availability on channels integrated into Linnworks.

Organise and track stock as pallets and outers – EaglePOS will ensure that Linnworks is correctly updated in singles or composite items without manual intervention.

Groupon
Integration

Originally launched in the US in 2008 as a 'Deal of the Day' site, Groupon now provides a Global Marketplace operating in 45 countries, and connects subscribers to deals on goods, services and activities.

At the end of 2017 Groupon had 49.1 million unique customers who bought at least one deal in the previous 12 months. Over 164 million people have downloaded the Groupon app to date - that's a lot of customers to connect with!

eBusiness Guru developed the Groupon connector to make managing your Groupon orders simple using Linnworks.

Flubit
Integration

Flubit is a new platform, giving customers the ability to negotiate a better price than they are offered online directly with a seller, via Flubit’s own platform.

This means that sellers tell Flubit the stock they have available, and how much they want for it. A customer then requests a better price from Flubit for an item, using an Amazon link. Flubit then checks with its sellers, and agrees an offer to make to the customer. This means the customer always gets a unique offer that seeks to beat the Amazon price.

Spartoo
Integration

Spartoo is a marketplace for selling clothing, shoes and other fashion accessories. Based in France, and established in 2009, Spartoo originally focused on shoes before expanding to general fashion in 2013. With the launch of a marketplace in 2014, sellers can now offer their own products alongside Spartoo’s stock.

Spartoo gets over 14 million unique visits per month throughout Europe and over 350 sellers, for sellers of fashion items, Spartoo is a must-do!

Cdiscount

Cdiscount is a French marketplace that bills themselves as “N°1 du e-commerce en France”. Over 7000 sellers on the Cdiscount site enjoy over 11 million visitors per month, with 16 million registered members.

Specialising in areas including clothes, toys and home goods, there are mobile apps for customers as well as a responsive designed homepage meaning your listings look great no matter the size of the screen.

As the 8th biggest online economy in the world, French customers are ready to buy if you’re looking for a new marketplace.

Linnworks

Linnworks is one of the leading software solutions for Multi Channel retailers in the world of eCommerce. Once connected to all your websites and selling platforms, it acts as your central inventory and order processing system.

As a long term Linnworks Certified Implementation Partner, eBusiness Guru can help you get up and running quickly and efficiently.

  • Compatible with marketplaces/websites including eBay, Amazon, Magento, BigCommerce and many others.
  • Integrates seamlessly with shippers, including Royal Mail, Fedex, UPS, Parcel Force and UPS.
  • Automatically tracks and updates stock availability to help avoid overselling. Sell on Amazon, have the available stock levels update on eBay without having to lift a finger!

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