Amazon To Launch Its Marketplace Appstore In India

Jyotis - Aug 15, 2019, 1:37 pm IST


With the Marketplace Appstore from Amazon, sellers can save more effort and time to look for vital solutions that can meet their demands such as sales analytics tools or shipping providers.

On August 12, the US technology company Amazon announced its launch of Marketplace Appstore in the Indian market to help sellers realize trusted third-party apps which allow them to grow, manage, and automate their own business.

amazon-india
The platform also helps them to search, compare, and filter apps based on their needs.

With the Marketplace Appstore from Amazon, sellers can save more effort and time to look for vital solutions that can meet their demands such as sales analytics tools or shipping providers. In addition, the platform also helps them to search, compare, and filter apps based on their needs.

As the VP of Seller Services at Amazon India, Gopal Pillai said, “The platform is designed to intuitively connect the right developer with the right seller to ensure that both parties succeed.”

Amazon, as well as many external developers, suggests lots of solutions on the Appstore, from price points to functionalities. There are up to 13 categories for sellers to search and filter applications, including tax remittance, order and inventory management, and accounting.

Via the platform, the company checks all solution providers before introducing them to its customers. This move aims to remove the ambiguity from the third-party validation.

amazon-marketplace-appstore-india
The Marketplace Appstore provides about 100 applications.

Also, sellers can easily explore suitable solutions for their own business, grant data access, as well as complete all purchases. All of these tasks will be conducted via some clicks.

Pillai further noted, “We want to become the go-to solution for sellers to access business tools for their needs and minimise the time, effort and money otherwise spent on searching and experimenting for appropriate solutions.”

He added, “The applications on the Amazon Marketplace Appstore have been verified and are reliable. We believe this will help both sellers and developers scale their businesses.”

The Marketplace Appstore provides about 100 applications that allow sellers in India to approach potential customers more easily and bring a better experience to them.

Next Story

Read More

Heroic Dogs: From A German Shepherd To A Yorkshire Terrier

Features- Aug 20, 2019, 10:26 am IST

Heroic Dogs: From A German Shepherd To A Yorkshire Terrier

There are a lot of stories about dogs risking their lives to defend, protect, and save humans. Loyalty was taken to a whole new level with these war dogs.

Shocking News: The Latest Victim Of Google Images Turns Out To Be Pak PM Imran Khan

Features- Aug 20, 2019, 11:40 am IST

Shocking News: The Latest Victim Of Google Images Turns Out To Be Pak PM Imran Khan

More particularly, when users type ‘bhikhari’ (means beggar) on the search bar of Google Images, they will get a series of pictures of this Prime Minister.

Top Best Camera Smartphones In India On The World Photography Day 2019

Features- Aug 21, 2019, 3:44 pm IST

Top Best Camera Smartphones In India On The World Photography Day 2019

Take a quick look at the 5 best camera smartphones in the Indian market in 2019 to find out what is the most suitable one for yourself.

Reliance Jio And Microsoft Collaborate To Introduce Azure Cloud Platform In India

ICT News- Aug 22, 2019, 1:30 pm IST

Reliance Jio And Microsoft Collaborate To Introduce Azure Cloud Platform In India

Microsoft and Reliance Jio have joined hands to speed up digital transformation by introducing cloud data centers in India

What To Do If WhatsApp Is Using Too Much Space On Your Phone

How To- Aug 21, 2019, 4:32 pm IST

What To Do If WhatsApp Is Using Too Much Space On Your Phone

WhatsApp is among the most widely used messaging platforms across the world. But there's one problem, its messages often consume much of our phones' memory.

YouTube Took Down Robot Battle Videos, Citing Animal Cruelty

ICT News- Aug 22, 2019, 4:48 pm IST

YouTube Took Down Robot Battle Videos, Citing Animal Cruelty

YouTube, the popular video platform, removed several robots vs. robots videos from “BattleBots”, citing animal abuse as the reason.