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Amazon Selling Partner Adapter for Oracle Integration by Michael Meiner

Juergen Kress
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Oracle Integration (OIC) adapters enable connectivity to applications. We continue to focus on broadening  our portfolio of application adapters, thereby enabling our customers to satisfy a wider set of business use cases in their application ecosystem.

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Amazon Selling Partner Adapter! For our May release, this is a limited availability feature. We expect to release as part of the out-of-the-box adapters in the near future.

This adapter is targeted at businesses that sell products in the Amazon store, enabling such businesses to integrate their Amazon store with other applications in their ecosystem.

The Amazon Selling Partner Adapter has been built in collaboration between Oracle and Amazon. There will shortly be a listing in the Amazon Marketplace Appstore in Seller Central announcing limited availability of the adapter.

Integration Usecases

The Amazon Selling Partner Adapter provides the ability for Oracle Integration (OIC) to integrate with your Amazon Seller account, including:

  • Catalog Items
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Eligibility
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Inventory
  • Orders
  • Merchant Fulfillment
  • Finances

You can create integration flows with the Amazon Selling Partner adapter such as to connect your Amazon Seller account with an ERP system. OIC has adapters to a number of ERP systems, including of course Oracle ERP. Integration flows may include:

  • Items created in ERP trigger integration to create the item in Amazon account
  • Orders placed on Amazon are captured on scheduled basis by integration to create sales order(s) in ERP
  • Inventory updates in ERP trigger integration to upgrade inventory in Amazon account read the complete article here.

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