Shiptory gives the user a clear view of all inventory stocks listed as FBA and regularly syncs their activities.
In the Inventory table, choose FBA Inventory on the sidebar to see the status of all FBA inventory listed on Amazon. For individual stores, click the specific store name underneath it.
The table consists of 14 columns.
ASIN: Amazon Standard Identification Number is a 10-character alphanumeric unique identifier assigned by Amazon and its partners for product identification within Amazon.
Seller SKU (Stock Keeping Unit): The unique identification, usually alphanumeric, of a particular product that is used for internal inventory purposes.
Title: The name of the item when listed in an e-commerce store or online marketplace.
In Stock: The quantity of an item that is available in an Amazon warehouse.
Transfer: The number of items that are in transfer between warehouses within the Amazon system.
Available: The quantity of items as a result of selling Reserved items from the In Stock number.
Inbound: The status set by Amazon meaning that the shipment that has either not yet been delivered or has been received but has not completed processing.
Total: The number that includes both In-stock, Transfer, and Inbound items.
Reserved: The quantity of items that is either ordered but not shipped, or pending (not cleared).
Last Day: The number of items that was sold from the inventory in the last 24 hours.
Last 3 Days: The number of items that was sold from the inventory in the last 72 hours.
Last 7 Days: The number of items that was sold from the inventory 7 days back from this moment.
- In addition, a percentage value shows the upward or downward movement in numbers comparing the past 7 days to those of the previous week.
- Example: A 100% increase (green) means that in the past 7 days, sales have doubled compared to the previous week.
Last 14 Days: The number of items that was sold from the inventory 14 days back from this moment.
Update Date: The date and time the particular product has seen a change in any of its variables.
Note: The Load more button at the bottom of the table expands the table by 100 (default) 250, 500, 750, or 1000.
- Drag columns to the positions you like by holding down the cursor on the title of the particular column.
- Pin columns to the left or right of the table by clicking on the Positioning icon on the title of the particular column.
- With multiple pins, they will be set by order of pinning.
- All pinned columns can be repositioned within themselves.