ENGLEWOOD, NJ, December 3, 2018 — Established EDI provider eZCom continues to upgrade its suite of features for online marketplaces with new offerings that make it easier for Amazon merchants to process orders with the company’s cloud-based Lingo software.
Among the newest developments is a connector that links Amazon orders directly to QuickBooks and other accounting software packages. It builds in automation, so sellers can turn orders into invoices and other documents, while synchronizing inventory throughout their company and with Amazon. Merchants can also use the Lingo Control Center to connect directly to FedEx, UPS, OnTrac, Endicia, Stamps.com, and USPS to create shipping labels.
With its longstanding commitment to system integration — specialists at eZCom already work with clients to make Lingo a seamless component of ERPs like NetSuite and SAP Business One — adding features specifically for Amazon is a natural step forward for the company.
“We aim to provide valuable tools for all kinds of suppliers,” said Carol Weidner, CEO of eZCom. “More and more entrepreneurs, including our clients, are doing robust sales on Amazon and we want to make it easy for them to process those orders.”
By merging Amazon data across platforms and automating all kinds of tasks with Lingo, tracking is easy, errors are greatly reduced, and inventory is effectively managed. And connecting to Amazon is not the only way that eZCom is helping suppliers merge digital commerce with traditional EDI — the company offers a suite of services for other online marketplaces and eCommerce stores.
“In the industry, we’re recognized EDI experts,” added Weidner. “But the retail landscape is always evolving so our development team is constantly at work to make sure we’re not just adapting to change but staying in front of it.”