Upping the stakes, true profit tracking platform Sellozo plans to roll out a new level of access for its users selling on retail giant Amazon, said Jessica McCune.
“It’s definitely cool to have the capability to work with more than just the North American marketplace,” McCune, the Kansas City-grown company’s marketing specialist, said of the launch of upgraded software and a new reporting tier that will give the general public free access to Sellozo’s advanced online Amazon reporting tools.
“They’ll be able to see organic-versus-paid sales and a live order feed on their dashboard, analyze their true profit, and add smart tags to their products for quick and easy product organization,” she added.
Live on the web since August 2017, Sellozo allows Amazon sellers a platform for recording cost of goods and inbound shipping fees. The platform can then pull fees from a user’s Amazon seller account and calculate each product’s true profit. All previous rollouts of the platform included paid tiers.
“Sellozo gives [users] a more in-depth look at sales so they don’t have to use pivot tables and Excel sheets as much — something they absolutely hate,” McCune said, proudly adding that Sellozo’s capabilities are one of a kind.
“We’re really blessed to be able to move very quickly and get things done very quickly because we are a venture-backed startup,” she added. “Were able to take a lot of risks.”
Such risks have paid off for the small but mighty startup, McCune said.
“We recognize that people want and need more than just a platform that does one thing,” she said, teasing further upgrades and new services Sellozo plans to offer in the future — additions made possible by the support of the Kansas City startup community, she added.