Note: This post is now a few years out of date. The Shopify integration with Amazon makes it possible for anyone selling in USD or CAD to easily list on the world’s largest marketplace and get next-level product and brand visibility.
Starting today, Amazon Webstore owners can seamlessly migrate their online store to Shopify.
As Amazon’s preferred migration partner, we've worked closely with the Webstore team to make moving to Shopify simple. In a few steps, merchants can transfer their customer and product data - with zero downtime or service interruptions - and begin taking advantage of an extended 30-day free trial.
“We strive to help merchants grow by delighting their customers, and we understand the importance of being integrated into the platforms that power their business,” said Patrick Gauthier, VP of Amazon Payments. “Shopify exemplifies the value of simplicity in an increasingly complex world of commerce services. We are excited to work together with Shopify to create best of class solutions that help merchants integrate Amazon offerings”
Amazon Webstore owners can learn more about the process on our dedicated migration page.
We’re also announcing three new Amazon integrations that make selling and shipping easier for all Shopify merchants that want to use Amazon services.
Login and pay with Amazon
Shopify merchants can now enable Login and Pay with Amazon, Amazon’s payment gateway in the US, UK, and DE. By enabling Login and Pay with Amazon, Shopify store owners can simplify their checkout process for hundreds of millions of online shoppers. Instead of manually entering their payment and shipping information (which can be a real pain on mobile), customers can now quickly checkout using the existing details in their Amazon account. Enable Login and Pay with Amazon from the payment settings in your Shopify admin.
Fulfillment by Amazon
Shopify merchants can take advantage of Amazon’s fulfillment centres in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan to make it faster, easier and cheaper to ship their products around the world. After receiving an order, Amazon will pick, pack, ship, and provide customer service for each delivery. Products stored in Amazon’s fulfillment centres also benefit from Amazon-exclusive perks like 1 or 2-day shipping.
Coming soon: selling on Amazon
The Amazon Sales Channel will soon be available to Shopify merchants. Once installed, merchants will be able to list and sell their products on Amazon directly from Shopify, opening the door to a bigger audience, and more sales, than ever before. Just like other sales channels, any product, customer, and order data from Amazon will be synchronized with Shopify. We’ll have more news to share about the Amazon Sales Channel as we get closer to release.
To learn more about these new integrations or be among the first to try the Amazon Sales Channel, visit shopify.com/amazon.