Marketplace Accounts\Enabling New Sales Channels

Adding an Amazon Account

For the 247 CloudHub to be integrated with your Amazon Seller Account(s) it is important that you first complete the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section successfully for each account individually.

It is a quick and simple process. It is important to ensure this is complete so that the application can send price feeds for Compete module, download all unshipped orders from the Seller Account into the “Deliver” module for processing and allow you to manage and update your inventory under Optimise module.

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts screen go to the Amazon tab and select “Add an Amazon Marketplace Account”:

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From here you will be taken to Step 1. On this screen give your Amazon Account a name for your internal reference. This is what will be displayed as the name of the Seller Account on any report or dashboard shown within 247 CloudHub.

You will also need to select your Country. Please note for Unified Amazon Seller Accounts each country needs to be added as a separate Amazon Seller Account. Select Next to proceed to Step 2.

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You will be redirected to Amazon Seller Central to log into your Merchant Web Services (MWS) account. Please input the details as per the below screenshot and then select “Next”.

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The following screen asks you to accept Amazon’s Terms and Conditions of granting our application the rights to access your Seller Account for Orders and Inventory integration purposes. Place a check in both boxes and confirm acceptance. You will then be taken to the final screen:

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Go back to the 247 CloudHub application, copy pasting the Seller ID given in the above confirmation screen into the “Seller ID” box. Then select “Next” to go to Step 3.

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In Step 3 simply select the “Verify” button to complete the final link between your Amazon Seller Central account and 247 CloudHub. If complete you will then see a “Success” message and will be automatically moved to the Stage 4 “Done!” section.

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Once this is complete you can click on the “You Can Proceed Now” button. This will take you to the “View Existing Marketplace Accounts” Summary tab. The screen lists all Seller Accounts and Countries added. You can also Add/Edit any Seller Account Details alongside making them Active/Inactive by clicking on the “Status” switch for any of the accounts listed. The Account Code IDs are provided so you could use them on the file imports.

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Adding an eBay Account

For the 247 CloudHub to be integrated with your eBay Seller Account(s) it is important that you first complete the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section successfully for each account individually.

It is a quick and simple process. It is important to ensure this is complete so that the application will download all unshipped orders from the Seller Account into the “Deliver” module for processing and allow you to manage and update your inventory.

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts screen go to the Amazon tab and select “Add an eBay Marketplace Account”:

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From here you will be taken to Step 1. On this screen give your eBay Account a name for your internal reference. This is what will be displayed as the name of the Seller Account on any report or dashboard shown within 247 CloudHub. This field is not to be confused with your eBay User ID which is to be provided next.

The eBay User ID should be given exactly as per how you log into the main eBay site “My eBay” section.

You will also need to select your Country. Please note each eBay country will need to be added as a separate account reference. Once complete select “Next” to proceed to “Step 2”.

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Click on the “Link my Account to eBay” button. Before you do this please ensure your Browser accepts PopUps from 247 CloudHub otherwise the eBay Link window will not appear.

You will then be directed to eBay to input your User ID and Password. Once inputted the following screen will appear:

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Select “I Agree” allowing 247 CloudHub access to your eBay Seller Account for orders and inventory integration purposes. It will then generate an integration token from eBay which is posted to the application. A message will appear confirming it was successful, select “OK”. The popup will then close and you will be taken back to 247 CloudHub where you can select “Next” to proceed to Step 3.

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Here simply click “Verify” to complete the link between 247 CloudHub and your eBay Account.

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Once this is complete you can click on the “You Can Proceed Now” button. This will take you to the “View Existing Marketplace Accounts” Summary tab. The screen lists all Seller Accounts and Countries added. You can also Add/Edit any Seller Account Details alongside making them Active/Inactive by clicking on the “Status” switch for any of the accounts listed.

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Enabling New Sales Channels

Our configure module allows you to control all the settings of each module or service you have subscribed to within 247Cloudhub. It is possible to quickly and easily make changes and it is important you start here when setting up your account for the first time with us.

Amazon

For 247 CloudHub to be integrated with your Amazon Seller Account(s) it is important that you first complete the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section successfully for each account individually.

It is a quick and simple process. Only when it is complete can the application send price feeds for Compete module, download all unshipped orders from the Seller Account into the “Deliver” module for processing and allow you to manage and update your inventory in Optimise.

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts screen go to the Amazon tab and select “Add an Amazon Marketplace Account”:

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From here you will be taken to Step 1. On this screen give your Amazon Account a name for your internal reference. This is what will be displayed as the name of the Seller Account on any report or dashboard shown within 247 CloudHub.

You will also need to select your Country. Please note for Unified Amazon Seller Accounts each country needs to be added as a separate Amazon Seller Account. Select Next to proceed to Step 2.

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You will be redirected to Amazon Seller Central to log into your Merchant Web Services (MWS) account. Please input the details as per the below screenshot and then select “Next”.

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The following screen asks you to accept Amazon’s Terms and Conditions of granting our application the rights to access your Seller Account for Orders and Inventory integration purposes. Place a check in both boxes and confirm acceptance. You will then be taken to the final screen:

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Go back to the 247 CloudHub application, copy pasting the Seller ID given in the above confirmation screen into the “Seller ID” box. Then select “Next” to go to Step 3.

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In Step 3 simply select the “Verify” button to complete the final link between your Amazon Seller Central account and 247 CloudHub. If complete you will then see a “Success” message and will be automatically moved to the Stage 4 “Done!” section.

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Once this is complete you can click on the “You Can Proceed Now” button. This will take you to the “View Existing Marketplace Accounts” Summary tab. The screen lists all Seller Accounts and Countries added. You can also Add/Edit any Seller Account Details alongside making them Active/Inactive by clicking on the “Status” switch for any of the accounts listed. The Account Code IDs are provided so you could use them on the file imports.

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eBay

For 247 CloudHub to be integrated with your eBay Seller Account(s) it is important that you first complete the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section successfully for each account individually.

It is a quick and simple process.Once complete the application will download all unshipped orders from each integrated Seller Account into the “Deliver” module for processing and allow you to manage and update your inventory.

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts screen go to the Amazon tab and select “Add an eBay Marketplace Account”:

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From here you will be taken to Step 1. On this screen give your eBay Account a name for your internal reference. This is what will be displayed as the name of the Seller Account on any report or dashboard shown within 247 CloudHub. This field is not to be confused with your eBay User ID which is to be provided next.

The eBay User ID should be given exactly as per how you log into the main eBay site “My eBay” section.

You will also need to select your Country. Please note each eBay country will need to be added as a separate account reference. Once complete select “Next” to proceed to “Step 2”.

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Click on the “Link my Account to eBay” button. Before you do this please ensure your Browser accepts popups from 247 CloudHub otherwise the eBay Link window will not appear.

You will then be directed to eBay to input your User ID and Password. Once inputted the following screen will appear:

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Select “I Agree” allowing 247 CloudHub access to your eBay Seller Account for orders and inventory integration purposes. It will then generate an integration token from eBay which is posted to the application. A message will appear confirming it was successful, select “OK”. The popup will then close and you will be taken back to 247 CloudHub where you can select “Next” to proceed to Step 3.

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Here simply click “Verify” to complete the link between 247 CloudHub and your eBay Account.

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Once this is complete you can click on the “You Can Proceed Now” button. This will take you to the “View Existing Marketplace Accounts” Summary tab. The screen lists all Seller Accounts and Countries added. You can also Add/Edit any Seller Account Details alongside making them Active/Inactive by clicking on the “Status” switch for any of the accounts listed.

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Rakuten

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section of 247Cloudhub, click on the Rakuten tab followed by the “Add Rakuten Marketplace Account” button.

You will then be taken to the following form where you will need to provide the details below:

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  • Rakuten Account Name (as you would like it displayed on all reports and pages of 247Cloudhub)
  • API Authentication Token (this is provided by your Rakuten account manager when launching using third party software).
  • Marketplace Identifier (again provided by your account manager it is a code which links your Rakuten account to a specific marketplace region).
  • Shop URL (the link to your Rakuten shop on the website)
  • Select Country (the location on Rakuten you will be listing and selling your items).

Finally click “Save” to create the link between your account and 247Cloudhub.

FNAC

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section of 247Cloudhub, click on the FNAC tab followed by the “Add FNAC Marketplace Account” button.

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You will then be asked to provide the following details:

  • FNAC Store Name (as you would like it displayed on all reports and pages of 247Cloudhub)
  • Partner ID (an exclusive number provided by your FNAC account manager that identifies your store/account)
  • Shop ID (an identification number, again given by your FNAC account manager that identifies your store).
  • Key – the authentication key given by FNAC to allow our application to submit and receive information.
  • Select Country – confirm the location you will be listing products to.

Finally click “Save” to create the link between your account and 247Cloudhub.

CDiscount

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section of 247Cloudhub, click on the CDiscounttab followed by the “Add CDiscount Marketplace Account” button.

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You will then need to provide the following details:

  • CDiscount Store Name (as you would like it displayed on all reports and pages of 247Cloudhub)
  • User Name (the user ID you use to log into your CDiscount marketplace account)
  • Password (the CDiscount account password)
  • CatalogID (provided by CDiscount directly upon signup and account creation).
  • PoolID (provided by CDiscount directly upon signup and account creation).
  • Select Country – the country you will be selling goods from.

TradeMe

In the Configure > Marketplace Accounts section of 247Cloudhub, click on the TradeMe tab followed by the “AddTradeMe Marketplace Account” button.

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Provide a Trade Me Account Name which will appear in all data for the account on 247CloudHub.

Click then on the “Generate Auth Token” button which will open a popup window prompting you to log into your Trade Me account:

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Complete the pairing process on the Trade Me website. Upon completion return to 247CloudHub, select the country you are listing from, then click “Save” to complete.