We spend a vast amount of time working in Amazon’s Vendor Central (VC) and Vendor Express (VE) portals. Our high level of expertise allows our team to have an in-depth understanding of features and processes that are essential to your success. From purchase order management to reporting, we assume a highly active account management role and are experts in all facets of these vendor platforms.
Additionally, there are frequent updates to Amazon Vendor Central, and our familiarity with the system and its variety of options helps our clients immensely in navigating the system, adapting quickly to changes, and taking advantage of new features as soon as they become available.
Contact Orca Pacific today and our seasoned Amazon Vendor Central experts will help you with every aspect of getting set up on the platform. We’ll get to know you and your business to grow a strong partnership.
Transferring from Seller Central to Vendor Central
Though not applicable to every vendor, we are also experts in transferring successful third party (Seller Central) businesses to a direct relationship with Amazon Vendor Central. While selling through Seller Central can be a great start for a brand, vendors are ultimately limited to certain programs. The transfer process required to move over to a direct relationship is filled with potential pitfalls including issues related to inventory, page rank and losing sales momentum. We are extremely experienced in avoiding these pitfalls and ensuring that the transfer goes smoothly.
However, while we typically recommend a direct relationship, there are instances where it makes sense for a client to consider maintaining a presence on the 3P platform. We will look at your business holistically and based on your goals we will recommend the best model for continuing to successfully grow your business within the Amazon platform.
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA)
Fulfillment by Amazon is our recommended way to sell product through the Amazon third-party marketplace. This part of the business is still managed through Seller Central, however with FBA, Amazon handles all customer service and returns, keeping your team free to focus on other areas of your business. With FBA, your third-party listings are displayed with the Prime logo, so customers know that Amazon handles packing, delivery and these products will ship within their 2-day prime window, encouraging sales and growth. Fulfillment is greatly simplified from a standard Seller Central account, and there is no minimum in the number of units that can be sent into inventory. Depending on your goals, we will help determine if incorporating FBA is a strategic addition for your business needs on Amazon.CONTACT US