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Ecomdash Expands Multichannel Options With Google Shopping Actions

Ecomdash, a multichannel inventory management software, announced their integration with Google Shopping Actions. With this new addition to their suite of over fifty ecommerce platforms, Ecomdash merchants can now manage sales orders, inventory updates, and shipping processes across Google’s various shopping channels.

Launched in March 2018, Google Shopping Actions provides retailers the ability to sell their merchandise on Google Express, Google Assistant, and Search. Once a shopper finds their product, the shopper experiences a seamless purchasing process with a universal cart whether they are on mobile, desktop, or even a Google Home Device.

Merchants can leverage Ecomdash to sell their products in more places and win new, more valuable customers. With billions of searches a day on Google, merchants can expect to expand their brand’s awareness this holiday season while Ecomdash protects them from overselling.

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“We’re pleased to release this new integration with Google,” stated Nick Maglosky, CEO of Ecomdash.

Nick added, “Our goal is to provide a platform for our online retailers to continuously grow their businesses. From consumers searching on mobile devices to a hands-off voice-assisted shopping experience, Ecomdash users can now sell their products across a diverse set of Google offerings. We thrive on helping our customers build sustainable businesses in this ever-changing industry.”

Currently, Ecomdash is a full-cycle inventory management platform that streamlines operations for online retailers. Merchants can manage their multichannel ecommerce inventory, sales orders, shipping processes, and product listings across marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay, as well as ecommerce website platforms like Shopify and Magento. Ecomdash gives ecommerce entrepreneurs the confidence to grow their businesses to multiple channels and beyond.

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