Tradevine takes care of online selling

There are so many sales channels these days that a tool that manages just one, just won’t cut it. Our latest add-on partner Tradevine have created an ecommerce management system that integrates with Trade Me (New Zealand’s answer to eBay) and has more channels, such as webshops, in the pipeline.

Tradevine gives businesses the tools to efficiently sell online. The integration with Xero ensures data is synchronized instantly between both systems, giving customers the combination of inventory, sales, purchasing, plus accounting all-in-one.

Watch this video to see how it works.

Just out of beta, Tradevine has already attracted lots of users. Congratulations to the team for achieving this while based in Christchurch where the devastating February earthquake ruined their offices but not their determination to build a smart trading application.

Tradevine is free until January 31, 2012. You can find out more here.

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