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eSale Announces Integration With Shopify to Help Small Businesses Grow Online Sales

Sep 21, 2015 - (Newswire)

eSale Solutions ("eSale"), provider of multi-channel e-commerce software for small businesses, announced today that it has launched a major new integration with Shopify, a leading e-commerce platform. This integration represents the 4th channel with which eSale has integrated, giving merchants the ability to connect their Shopify stores with their Amazon, eBay, and Etsy accounts.

Sellers who use Shopify to run their e-commerce website can import their existing listings into eSale and send their product information to Amazon, eBay, and Etsy with just a few clicks. Similarly, merchants can use eSale to create new listings on Shopify and the other channels if they do not yet have existing stores. eSale also provides a consolidated view of all orders from any connected channel and automatically adjusts the available inventory after a sale accordingly.

“We’re ecstatic to offer Shopify as an integrated channel on eSale,” said eSale founder and CEO and former Amazon category manager Andy Balan. “We have proven time and again that we listen to what our customers want, and they asked for a way to connect a Shopify site to other channels. Our connection provides the ability for both new and existing Shopify merchants to use eSale to make it easy to grow their online sales.”

As more customers shop online, it’s important for small businesses to list their products in different locations to give them a better opportunity to convert a sale. eSale makes this process easy by allowing merchants to list products, update inventory, and manage orders across multiple channels from one screen. Through eSale, merchants can also add new products to Amazon without a UPC barcode, giving sellers of handmade items a better opportunity to grow online. In addition to its multi-channel platform, eSale also provides photography optimization services and expert guidance to help small businesses succeed in the digital realm.

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