X-Cart integrates with Amazon to drive growth in automotive and more

The integration will greatly benefit clients building stores on the X-Cart platform as it will allow to automatically transfer product listings from their X-Cart stores to the Amazon store, as well as import orders from their Amazon stores onto the X-Cart platform, X-Cart says.

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X-Cart, a leading eCommerce software provider emphasizing the automotive aftermarket, is announcing its integration with Amazon aimed at empowering businesses to expand reach and increase sales, the company says.

The integration will greatly benefit clients building stores on the X-Cart platform as it will allow to automatically transfer product listings from their X-Cart stores to the Amazon store, as well as import orders from their Amazon stores onto the X-Cart platform, X-Cart says.

With the announced Amazon integration, X-Cart users will now be able to sell their products across multiple channels and manage orders received through these channels in one place. The integration will also feature the automation of inventory and price updates, synchronization of inventory, prices, order status and fulfillment between X-Cart and Amazon, among other features.     

X-Cart’s Amazon integration opens new avenues for automotive and other businesses, providing an efficient way to tap into the vast marketplace, optimize marketing opportunities and gain a competitive edge. “The integration with Amazon is a milestone for X-Cart and our clients. This strategic collaboration brings together the robust capabilities of our eCommerce software and Amazon, providing businesses with new opportunities for growth,” said Jordan Checketts, COO of X-Cart.

Jordan Checketts, COO, X-Cart

“X-Cart’s integration enables business to create a store and sell products on Amazon and sync it with our platform. The powerful eCommerce software provides necessary features for building and growing an online store, with advanced Amazon tools for managing listings, orders, inventory, and performance metrics—all from within X-Cart,” said Brad Bates, Customer Success Manager at X-Cart.

X-Cart’s platform already features Amazon Pay which enables a payments module allowing retail customers to check out on the merchant’s site using payment methods from their Amazon.com account.  

X-Cart, which has been focusing on the automotive aftermarket segment in recent years, launched several collaborations with industry leaders, further enhancing the capabilities of its platform for automotive retailers. Strategic partnerships with SEMA, ASAP, AutoSync, and Turn 14 Distribution underscore X-Cart’s commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions and elevating the automotive online shopping experience.

X-Cart’s software boasts a flexible website builder with a myriad of ready-made features and tech resources for customizing online stores, providing unparalleled flexibility and power. In 2023, X-Cart became a fully headless e-Commerce platform and introduced the X-Cart 5.5.1 version, which included Storefront API, improved Demo FrontApp, enhanced performance and other updates. For more information, please visit X-Cart’s website.

About X-Cart

Founded in 2001, X-Cart is the automotive-centric eCommerce platform designed to meet complex aftermarket parts stores’ unique needs. With over 20 years of experience in the e-Commerce sector, X-Cart has rapidly grown in the automotive sector in recent years. It offers customized and flexible solutions for newcomers to the auto market, offline business owners looking to expand online, and online sellers seeking industry-specific functionality and integrations. X-Cart features a powerful customer support system that guides customers through each step of creating and enhancing an automotive store online.


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