Create an eBay integration solution to provide an eBay store directly connected to RepairShopr
Being able to link an eBay store through the api and have it integrated with RepairShopr to sell those hard to find parts you have and need to get out there to the right customer!
Ryan Daniels commented
Maybe in the form of a checkbox in inventory edit titled "List on Ebay?" Checked items are listed with a pre-designed custom catch-all template would work for us.
Tim Nyberg commented
example - be able to buy 100 used computers, get them into inventory in RSr and sync some set of those, maybe not all, to an eBay store. Payments, inventory being handled in RSr. When an item is sold it is pulled from Inventory and marked as sold with all the machine info in the "ticket" which would get created on the sale telling us which system to pull with all the SN info and any notes from the buyer ready for us to process. Being Apple to contact the buyer and asking if they wanted to add other items or warranty etc... so if we could have a "warranty" or other inventory items that would be options for that sale such as... adding the warranty, adding AV software etc.
All sales would have a ticket so they could be tracked in the future so the buyer would have to fill in all the standard info and maybe the referral source would or could be filled in automatically as "eBay" or "Amazon" would be nice too.
Would love to provide suggestions. We have been thinking about this a while.
Steve Palacios commented
+1 again! Also, to show that this integration is still desired!
Yes, yes a thousand time yes
James T. O'Mara commented
I sell repair services and parts on ebay, it would be awesome to be able to import my customers from eBay. That way I can even manage my inventory with my parts sales. It would also be amazing if you could create an internal ebay database for repairshopr customers to be able to search among its users for those hard to find parts.
yes, we are also looking to create this with custom code but its too difficult. Please create an integration! :D
This is exactly what we are looking for. +1 on this idea!!