2018...What a year for StoreFeeder

January 1, 1970


Ian Dade

Regular readers of the blog will know that very rarely do we blow our own trumpet on the blog page and actually celebrate what we as a company achieve during the year. 2018 was quite a year for StoreFeeder with new features, software improvements, new staff and some great highlights.So we thought we would take 5 minutes to just sit back and reflect on what we actually achieved in 2018.


New members of staff in 2018In 2018 we welcomed the following members of staff to the StoreFeeder family

  • Jordan Bulmer - Support Analyst
  • Andrew Crowther - Front End Developer
  • Barnaby Fenn - Software Developer
  • Harry James - Support Analyst
  • Sean Johnston - Senior Software Developer
  • James Moran - 2nd Line Support / Junior Developer
  • Michelle Morris - Business & Finance Administrator
  • Jacob Poole - Front End Developer
  • James Rudge - 2nd Line Support / Junior Developer
  • Iain Thomson - Compliance & Relationship Manager
  • Andy Twigg-White – Software Development Manager
  • Rikki Wilkinson – Onboarding Specialist

Cyber Weekend FiguresYou may have read our previous blog post about the Cyber Weekend (http://blog.storefeeder.com/2018/11/its-all-over-bar-the-shouting-or-is-it/) but we think it is worth shouting about again!!Our retailers had an amazing cyber weekend and we are very proud to say that StoreFeeder handled it with ease

Now some of the new developmentsDuring 2018, we announced new integrations with the following sales channels, carriers and services

  • Channels
  • Carriers
  • Services

One of the most significant changes to Amazon in 2018 was the growth of Seller Fulfilled Prime. StoreFeeder embraced this growth and opportunity for our retailers and developed the shipping options required with Amazon for retailers to utilise this feature. This included the ability to produce Royal Mail Tracked and DPD label through Amazon Shipping

Some great new features that arrived on StoreFeeder2018 saw a huge range of new features appear in the system. We have picked out some highlights belowThe StoreFeeder Android AppWe are very proud of the StoreFeeder App and since its launch in late 2017, we have been receiving some incredible feedback and compliments about the functionality it provides our users

Amazon Business

Amazon promoted Amazon Business heavily during 2018Amazon Business is a new competitive marketplace for B2B products on Amazon.co.uk that serves the procurement needs of businesses of every size. Purchasing online for businesses has never been easier. Whether you are a sole trader, a buyer in a mid-size company or a procurement executive in a large multi-national firm, Amazon Business has the products and services to serve your online shopping needs. Register for a free account today and save time and money while buying over a hundred million products in product categories such as laptops, computers, printers, office supplies, office furniture, hand tools, power tools, safety equipment, office kitchen essentials and cleaning supplies.For more information on this see our earlier blog post  http://blog.storefeeder.com/2018/11/amazon-business-has-arrived/eBay Catalogue

In mid 2018, eBay launched Product Based Shopping Experience (PBSE) which makes it easier for buyers to find the merchandise that meets their search criteria, and quickly decide which products they want to purchase.StoreFeeder made some great changes to allow retailers to benefit from this featureFor more information on this, see our earlier blog post  http://blog.storefeeder.com/2018/10/ebay-catalogue-product-based-shopping-experience-pbse/GDPR Compliance Tools

In May 2018, the EU introduced strict new regulations on control of data, marketing preferences and consumer data rights. StoreFeeder was fully compliant well before the required dates and offers retailers some great tools

Profiles Pricing profiles allows shop owners to create a formula using a set of predefined tokens. Pricing profiles can then be linked to listings and a dynamic price will be calculated in accordance with your margin expectation. Anytime that a token changes the price will be recalculated. For example; this will help merchants when a supplier feed updates the cost price of a product. As supplier costs can be one of the tokens assigned to pricing profiles, the listing price will be automatically updated.


Pricing Profiles by StoreFeeder

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