An inventory item represents a SKU in a single warehouse. 1 SKU, 1 Warehouse = 1 Inventory item. 1 SKU, 2 Warehouses = 2 Inventory Items.
A Task is counted every time we move a piece of data or take an action. Examples could be when a create, update or delete of an inventory item is done or when an order is pulled in or a tracking number updated for you. If it doesn’t change, it isn’t counted.
A recipe is the combination of a trigger and an action. A trigger is something that happens and then executes an action. An example recipe for updating Amazon inventory could be made with a Trigger of “at 8:00am daily” and the action would be “update Amazon inventory”.
Most likely. We support pretty much any file type (including but not limited to JSON, XML, CSV, PSV, TSV, XLS, ZIP, GZ, TXT, BZ2) and method (including but not limited to API, FTP, SFTP, EDI) available. Schedule a demo with one of our team members and give them some specifics on the integration and we’ll get the ball rolling for you.
No! We make it easy for you to move data between your e-commerce platforms without being a developer. We may need you to locate information for certain accounts, but we’ll guide you through any additional steps required.
Yes! We offer phone support on all of our plans.
Call us at 1-855-727-4517 or email email@example.com .
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