Amazon is showing its commitment towards third-party application developers, who are an important part of the marketplace eco-system.
PASADENA, Calif. (PRWEB) May 08, 2018
Sellbrite (https://www.sellbrite.com), the channel management platform that simplifies selling across online marketplaces, today announced that it has been invited by Amazon to join their new Marketplace Developer Council Program. The Amazon Marketplace Developer Council - a select group of organizations and software developers that build useful software applications for Amazon marketplace sellers - will provide feedback and advice to improve developer tools used to integrate with the Amazon marketplace.
“By forming the Developer Council, Amazon is showing its commitment towards third-party application developers, who are an important part of the marketplace eco-system,” said Brian Nolan, co-founder & CEO of Sellbrite. "We’re thrilled to be included in this elite group and look forward to continuing our long history of success with Amazon.”
As a member of the Marketplace Developer Council, Sellbrite will have early access to upcoming products and programs, and will be able to test and provide feedback on new features. Sellbrite will also have input towards the future development priorities for Amazon Marketplace APIs.
“We are excited to participate and share our feedback with the Amazon team," said Keith Swallow, Director of Engineering at Sellbrite. “Having an open line of communication with Amazon and other council members will be great for everyone involved.”
Sellbrite enables brands & retailers to list and sell products effortlessly across multiple online sales channels and gain centralized control over inventory and orders. Sellbrite’s cloud-based, channel management platform integrates with many popular marketplaces and shopping carts, including Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Etsy, Shopify, BigCommerce and others; along with market-leading solutions such as ShipStation. With a simple, intuitive interface, Sellbrite provides powerful tools and automation to simplify listing, prevent overselling, and optimize fulfillment.