4 ways to use the new FBA Dashboard

The new FBA Dashboard groups critical inventory management and performance pages together, making it easier to manage and optimize your FBA activities.

At this year’s Accelerate conference, we announced the new Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Dashboard. The FBA Dashboard provides a concise summary of all key performance metrics related to your FBA business, including sales, shipments, inventory and growth opportunities—all from a single landing page with real-time tracking and updates.

Sellers who tried an early version of the FBA Dashboard reported increased productivity and reduced time spent on tasks, and used the tool to develop and prioritize immediate action items.

Learn the lingo
What is “FBA”?
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service that allows businesses to outsource order fulfillment to Amazon. Businesses send products to Amazon fulfillment centers and when a customer makes a purchase, we pick, pack, and ship the order. We can also provide customer service and process returns for those orders.

4 things you can do with the FBA Dashboard

  1. Monitor your store’s key performance indicators with cards that provide a high-level overview financial and operational metrics.
  2. Enroll recommended high-potential ASINs in FBA programs to grow your business.
  3. Track your store’s inventory to identify popular and low-inventory items. View inventory age in six-month increments, with targeted alerts for the 365-day mark, when inventory starts accruing long-term storage fees.
  4. See a visual representation of your shipment status, as your product makes its way towards the Amazon fulfillment center.

The FBA Dashboard is available to U.S. sellers, and is coming soon to sellers in Europe and Japan.

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