The plentymarkets app allows you to securely access data from your plentymarkets e-commerce backend. Keep track of your business while on the go with important figures and the latest business developments at a glance.
Analyze business data on revenue, new customers and incoming orders and clearly visualize it on different dashboards. You can decide which information you want to see, e.g. today's revenue, this week's revenue or the revenue of the last two months.
In addition, you can use the plentymarkets app for order picking in your warehouses. Generate pick lists in the plentymarkets Client and get a head start on order picking. A default template is available for viewing your items. You can also configure custom templates in the plentymarkets e-commerce backend.
Use the item search to conveniently keep track of items, their storage locations and stock or to directly rebook items to different storage locations. Simply use your smartphone's camera as a scanner to do so. Search boxes and item views can also be customized for these features.
The order overview shows you important order details at a single glance. It not only offers detailed information on items ordered, but also well structured payment and status histories. Filters allow you to limit the data to specific data of interest. And best of all, you can save several filter templates and conveniently change between filters with just a few taps.
Our latest feature allows you to create orders with POS Beta. Use POS Beta to search items, create orders and print receipts - all in a few easy steps.
Also, as a plentymarkets admin user you can centrally manage and if necessary limit access to the individual app features via the plentymarkets backend.
Your system needs to have a valid SSL certificate in order to use the plentymarkets app. If this is not the case, you will not be able to log in to your system with the plentymarkets app. Please contact our support team if you are not sure how to obtain a certificate for your domain.
At the login screen, you need to enter the domain you would normally use to log in to the back end. For example, if you would use 'https://example-shop.co.uk/plenty/ui/admin.html' to log in to your backend, then you would enter 'example-shop.co.uk' into the 'System' field.