MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Over $34 billion in sales flowed through Amazon.com in 2010. If you are one of the millions of Amazon sellers who generated 30% of those sales units, you know how hard it has been to track those sales – until today. Outright, an easy online accounting tool, announced an integration with Amazon which will reduce the time it takes to know how you are doing so that you can spend more time sourcing and selling.
"The new Outright integration with Amazon has made my bookkeeping so much easier," said Karen Locker, owner of two online businesses: MommysBazaar1 through which she sells handmade soaps, home fragrance oils, collectibles and children's clothing; and USChallengeCoins, "It's one less platform I have to manually integrate. Outright keeps adding new features that make my accounting easier."
"Having my Amazon sales integrated into my Outright account will save me hours if time each month," said Kathy Simpson, owner of the online business, Kat's Closet, a Woman's Boutique. "Now, my balance sheet is so much more thorough thanks to Outright."
"As more and more of our customers told us they use Amazon as a selling resource, it was obvious to us that compatibility with Outright was vital," said Steven Aldrich, CEO of Outright. "We responded by adding Amazon services compatibility for Outright, and we are truly excited with the result. Now, it is easy for the merchants to sync their Amazon sales data with Outright, just like they do the data from their other business accounts, including eBay, Etsy, PayPal, banks, and credit cards. We like to help keep our customers focused on what they love – producing their goods – while Outright does the accounting work for them, and this added functionality is just one more example of how we do that."
As an added bonus, for Amazon Sellers, Outright is taking some of the hassle out of doing taxes. Anyone who signs up for a free Outright account and adds their Amazon Seller Central account to Outright by December 31, 2011 will be entered for a chance to have Outright pay their tax preparation fees (up to $500 value). Sign up at www.outright.com/amazon.
Outright is hosting a free webinar for people who would like to see a demo of the integration on December 1st, at 11 am PST. To sign up, visit http://eepurl.com/hijYc.
Outright has one goal: to make accounting as simple as possible so the self-employed can spend as little time as possible on the least enjoyable part of running a business. Outright's easy-to-use online accounting solution automatically brings all sales & expenses together in one place so the user always know what's going on with their business. No math, no manual entry, no paperwork. Outright integrates Etsy, eBay & PayPal information, e-commerce accounts, and bank and credit card accounts so users can stay up-to-date effortlessly -- and instead focus on doing what they love to do. To learn more or sign up, please visit http://outright.com