Upload your products to your sales channels quickly, listing them to multiple other channels such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Wish and more.
Create your products then upload them to your sales channels in bulk.
CS-Cart online sellers can easily integrate their shipping carriers, accounting and other sales channels using the Expandly integration. Expandly allows CS-Cart users to manage it all from one central platform.
A shopping cart (or webcart) is a piece of software that provides shop facilities that you can embed into your own website, or shop facilities you access through a specific domain name. Shopping cart software allows you to “sell through your own website” easily. Shopify, WooCommere, Magento and BigCommere are all examples of shopping carts.
Expandly can integrate with a wide range of shopping carts including Shopify, Magento and WooCommerce. A full list of all of the shopping carts you can connect to Expandly can be viewed here.
Yes – you can add multiple stores, with the same webcart, to Expandly. There is no limit on this and we have known customers have 5+ Shopify stores connect up to their Expandly account.
Yes, you can. Each sales channel will have a slightly different process to follow but it is possible. Our Help Centre has Support Guides available to help with getting your products listed across the different marketplaces and shopping carts and the Support Team are on hand, should you require a little bit more help.
If you have enabled our Live Inventory feature, this will happen automatically! With Live Inventory enabled, Expandly updates your product stock levels across your different sales channel listings.
Inventory levels will be updated automatically across all listings associated with the sold product once an order is downloaded into Expandly. This allows you to accurately manage your quantities across your multiple channels in real-time.
Consider over-selling a thing of the past!
Expandly does not currently pull fees from the sales channels, and therefore will not push this information to Xero. This is something we are working on in our Development Roadmap and hope to implement in the future. For the time-being, we recommend you process these as a bill or journal based on the invoice or settlement statement provided by your sales channel or payment provider.