The following list of small business inventory management software vendors all meet the essential feature/function criteria outlined in the book Internet Bookselling Made Easy! and would make a good choice for your online business.
The software system that best meets your needs will be one that offers the optimal blend of performance, price, features, and overall greatest value proposition.
Each vendor covers a different mix of marketplace venues, so make sure the vendor you select covers the bookselling marketplaces you plan to use because not every product covers them all.
BookHound - This site is primarily for rare used booksellers. They host some of the world's most renowned booksellers as well as the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America.
BookTracker - Use the handy OneClick feature to upload your inventory to 25+ marketplaces. Plus you can add any number of custom sites as long as they allow for FTP data uploading.
ChannelAdvisor - These folks help retailers sell more online through diverse channels such as marketplaces, paid search, comparison shopping, webstores, and rich media solutions.
FillZ - This is a web-based solution with strong multi-venue support, a clean user friendly interface, and solid technology. FillZ is a subsidiary of Abebooks and Amazon.com.
Mail Extractor Plus - This highly customizable products offers many useful features which includes multi-venue support.
Monsoon - By far this is the most feature rich product on the market. It's also the most expensive. I know small sellers who use it, but it seems to be geared toward larger booksellers.
Prager Software - Allows you to easily manage your inventory and gives you the ability to upload to over 18 listing services with 1-click! Nice.
The Art Of Books (AOB) - They bill themselves as being the best value on the market, and they may be right. AOB supports a grip of marketplaces and they are used by many small booksellers.
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