The eCommerce Automation Platform for thriving online retailers
Eliminate manual order lifecycle tasks and labor costs, plus take your error rates to nearly zero
Manage inventory and orders through multiple third-party vendors, drop-shippers, and fulfillment centers.
Put your Shopify store on autopilot!™
Join the thousands of online stores already using eCommHub to automate their inventory and order management. Automatically keep inventory up-to-date and route orders through multiple third-party vendors, drop-shippers, fulfillment centers, or even your own warehouse.
NEW - Now with Amazon integration (both of them)!
Amazon Marketplace & Storefront (Seller Central) - Automatically import orders from Shopify and Amazon into a central hub, for routing to your vendors.
Amazon FBA - Automatically import orders from Shopify and your other sales channels, then route the orders through Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). eCommHub also tracks the inventory and posts shipment tracking back to Shopify automatically.
Use Cases for eCommHub
Dropshipping - Monitor inventory from your dropship suppliers and distributors. When orders come in, eCommHub instantly routes orders to the proper supplier. When the supplier ships, eCommHub will automatically post the tracking numbers back to your store.
Third-party fulfillment - Seamlessly integrate with your fulfillment center to automate inventory updates and purchase order delivery. Even if your fulfillment center has custom data requirements, eCommHub is flexible enough to work with almost any format.
Warehouse Integration - If you simply need to connect your Shopify site to your own warehouse, eCommHub's got your back. Just treat your warehouse like any other vendor and eCommHub will automatically monitor inventory and send orders.
Data feed management - Don't need order processing? Simply use eCommHub to manage your inventory data feeds. For example, eCommHub is perfect for those who have an Amazon site or other feed they use to update your Shopify inventory. In fact, our flexible pricing means you only pay for what you use, so you won't be billed for features not relevant to you.
Reduce backorders and increase sales by making sure your Shopify product statuses and quantities are always up-to-date
Track inventory levels across multiple vendors, even if each vendor uses unique SKUs
Compatible with any supplier that provides some sort of inventory data feed, whether that's a flat-file (e.g. csv, txt, excel) or even XML feeds.
Automatically updates your Shopify product quantities - every day, every hour, or as often as every 15 minutes. eCommHub can pull in data feeds from any source, including a URL, FTP, SFTP, manual upload, or even email attachments
Instantly route orders to any third-party, whether that's a vendor, dropshipper, fulfillment center, warehouse, or even a retail location
Generate purchase orders in your vendor's preferred format (CSV, PDF, email, etc). This can be as simple as sending an email notification containing the order details, or advanced as delivering a custom CSV or XML file in a specific format.
Batch orders to go out once per day at a cut-off time, every hour, or even every 15 minutes. Delivery methods include FTP, SFTP, and email attachment.
Intelligent fulfillment routing rules based on availability and cost. eCommHub automatically picks the lowest cost in stock vendor!
Fulfillment logs show you exactly when purchase orders were sent and make it easy to re-send if necessary.
Automatically mark orders as shipped after they're successfully fulfilled by your distributor
Just like with inventory data, eCommHub can pull in shipment tracking data (usually a flat-file or CSV) automatically from URL, FTP, manual upload, or email attachment.
Track each line item separately; especially useful when an order contains line items from multiple vendors. This means eCommHub will upload tracking numbers for each line item individually, and the order is completed after all line items have been shipped.
Gross Profit reports lets you know exactly how much you're making on each order. (Protip: Shopify does not let you store product costs data, but eCommHub does!)
Product stock reports let you keep tabs on products that have gone out of stock recently.
Discontinued products automatically detect when your vendor has removed products from your feed, making it easy to update your store.