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How to setup Amazon to Lead Commerce

This support article discusses how to get your Amazon Seller Central account to communicate with your Lead Commerce deployment.

In order for Lead Commerce to successfully load your Amazon orders into the back office, you need to create custom Attribute fields called ASINs and SKUs. ASIN stands for Amazon System Identification Number and it is what Amazon provides via their API in order to identify what has been ordered by your customers.

To successfully import an order, Lead Commerce must be able to correlate what SKU equals the ASIN value being provided. Additionally, Lead Commerce must also be able to correlate which Amazon SKU correlate with which Lead Commerce SKU to sync inventory.

If you have access to Attributes and understand how to create them, then you may create the Attribute "Amazon1 ASINs" and "Amazon1 SKUs" on your own and apply those Attributes to SKUs in your back office. For more information on creating custom Attributes, please see this support article.

Alternatively, if you are not sure how to perform this task, you can always open a support ticket and request that a support member add this for you.

Now that you have your attributes created, you will need to associate your Lead Commerce SKUs with your Amazon items by filling out these 2 attributes for each SKU. For example, on Lead Commerce SKU #3 you would fill the Amazon1 ASINs field with "B00005N5PF" and Amazon1 SKUs with "mySKU01". Do this for each item that you sell on this Amazon channel.

Once you have your ASINs loaded into Lead Commerce for each SKU, contact support and supply your Amazon credentials so that the App Connector can be installed for your account.

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