Note: The name “SmartConnector” has changed to the “Integration App” as they are built on our Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), integrator.io.
New mappings parameter for the Order flow
With this release, the following are the new parameters that have been added into the available field mapping option associated with the Order flow:
The IsGift parameter indicates whether an item is a gift. This is to prevent you from contacting the buyer when the recipient of an FBA gift item returns the item.
The TaxCollection parameter allows you to define whether Amazon or you are responsible for collecting the tax for an order. The following table shows the elements of the TaxCollection datatype:
Name Description Values
The tax collection model applied to the item.
Model value: MarketplaceFacilitator - Tax is withheld and remitted to the taxing authority by Amazon on behalf of the seller.
The party responsible for withholding the taxes and remitting them to the taxing authority.
ResponsibleParty value: Amazon Services, Inc.
Support to switch fulfillment type from FBA to MFN and vice versa
At times you may face a situation where you may want to switch the fulfillment type for an item listed on Amazon from Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) to Merchant Fulfilled Network (MFN) and vice versa. By updating the following parameters in the Inventory flow > Field Mappings and the Celigo Amazon Inventory Export Search saved search in NetSuite, you can enable this functionality for your Integration App:
- Parameters required to Switch Fulfillment from AFN to MFN:
Fulfillment Center ID: "DEFAULT"
Quantity: Numeric Value (that signifies quantity)
- Parameters required to Switch Fulfillment from MFN to AFN:
Fulfillment Center ID: "AMAZON_NA"
FulfillmentLatency: Numeric Value (that signifies time in number of days)
For more information see, Switch fulfillment type from FBA to MFN and vice versa.
Support for VAT for the Amazon EU domains
Amazon EU domain uses VAT, where the VAT is inclusive in Item and Shipping prices. On the other hand, in NetSuite, taxes are exclusive of item price and are added on the top item price.
This requires changes in
- Order Import - to subtract the tax amount
- Pricing Export - to add tax amount in item price as per VAT
- Item Export - to add tax amount in item price as per VAT
To handle this issue, the following advanced setting has been introduced in this release:
- General > Tax > GST/VAT rate
- Order > Advanced Settings> Orders > Deduct GST/VAT from order total
- Pricing > Advanced Settings > Add GST/VAT to item price
- Product > Advanced Settings > Add GST/VAT to item price
For more information, see VAT support for the Amazon EU domains.