Looking for Order & Inventory management app that integrates Marketplaces with QuickBooks

Looking for Order & Inventory management app that integrates the following Marketplaces with QuickBooks:

Sears
Newegg
Amazon.ca
Bonanza
11Main

Alternatively, any QuickBooks SDK code that works with any of those marketplaces.

Thanks-
SAbboushiAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I suggest you start look in the Intuit Marketplace.  There are solutions of all kinds that add onto QuickBooks.

Go here and look down the left side for Retail solutions.

http://marketplace.intuit.com/i-retail/industry-software-solutions.aspx

Go here for a view of Inventory solutions within Retail

http://marketplace.intuit.com/v2/i-retail/f-inventory/software-solutions.aspx

I hope this gets you started.
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SAbboushiAuthor Commented:
Thanks - already looked there.  No joy...
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
I've used Teapplix in the past for this. It uses the Quickbooks web connector to transfer order data into desktop Quickbooks.

However, Bonanza and 11main are not included in their integrations.

I evaluated platforms for this all throughout 2013 for a small ecommerce business that sold specifically on Amazon, eBay, NewEgg, Sears, Rakuten and on its own site (Magento then Shopify). Of all the systems I evaluated, Teapplix had the best integration when it came to addressing a variety of small complexities.

There were little nuances that made the fulfillment process easier with Teapplix. For example, printing SKU information on the shipping label - this prevented the requirement of printing packing slips and reduce a lot of human error.

Mapping SKUs in a variety of ways (based on upc, ebay titles, amazon asins, etc).

Ability to support product kits. For example, selling SKU-X on Amazon maps to a bundle in Quickbooks consisting of ComponentA, ComponentB and ComponentC.

These were all sticking points that most other fulfillment systems could not accomodate.

Another thing regarding the integrations of Bonanza/11Main, if they are sticking points it could be an issue. When I evaluated platforms, we were lucky to find systems that worked with Sears & NewEgg, who are significantly larger ecom players.
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