It is your Amazon inventory dashboard which only shows products that are made live and listed onto each of the Amazon accounts integrated with 247CloudHub:
Using the Amazon Account drop-down menu, it is possible to toggle between viewing inventory for the specific accounts you have integrated. When you arrive at the screen, you can see all products across all accounts.
The column headers shown are as follows:
- Action – Click “Edit” to any of the items from the link in this column.
- SKU Type – Is the SKU a Master, Sub or Collection. For further information about SKU Type, refer to section 2.2 of this document.
- Account – the Amazon seller account the product is listed to.
- Amazon Category – the Amazon category the product is listed to.
- SKU – your product’s internal stock keeping unit reference.
- Product Condition – the condition of the product as per its listing to the Amazon marketplace.
- Launch Quantity – the total amount out of the master quantity shown in the “Basic Details” that should declare to each sales channel for listing. Once the quantity reduced to 1, the system automatically looks back at the Master Quantity and updates the launch quantity back to what is specified. If there is enough stock to declare the full launch quantity 247CloudHub will send this to each sales channel, if master quantity levels are below the launch quantity it will declare what is remaining out of the master quantity. If left blank 247CloudHub will simply declare Master Quantity to each sales channel for the product.
- EAN – the European Article Number 13 digit barcode for the product.
- Total Quantity – the total stock held for the product in your inventory.
- Status – whether the product is Active, Inactive, Blocked, Pending Approval.
- Product Title – the product’s name as it appears on Amazon.
- ASIN – the Amazon Standard Identification Number as appears on the Amazon product detail page.
- Min Price – on Amazon the minimum price you are willing to sell an item for based on automatic re-pricing logic set within the Compete module.
- Max Price – on Amazon the minimum price you are willing to sell an item for based on automatic re-pricing logic set within the Compete module.
- Fixed Price – on Amazon if the Fixed Price option selected from “Pricing Logic” it should be given here. If Fixed Price is populated, then the Min Price and Max Price fields can be left blank.