By Brian Wawok



Amazon Seller Central offers a host of articles, videos, and other resources to support sellers manage their businesses. An added benefit you will find are third-party applications and services that automate certain aspects of a seller’s business.

What Apps and Services are Amazon-approved?

Registered Amazon sellers have exclusive access to Seller Central and its resource hub. This includes access to the Seller Central Partner Network with Amazon-approved applications and services. These applications and services are tested and approved by Amazon to ensure sellers receive quality services from the providers. The apps and services are subject to continuous performance monitoring to enforce compliance with Amazon regulations.

Currently, there are over 2,000 applications and more than 1,900 services in the Seller Central Partner Network approved by Amazon. The applications and services come in a variety of categories to meet the relevant business needs of sellers. Amazon continuously updates its catalog of applications and services. The current categories available to sellers include,

  • Launch
  • Shipping, prep, and labeling
  • Finances
  • List products
  • Customer engagement
  • Ecommerce management
  • Inventory
  • Brands

Within each respective category, sellers can find solutions and services to automate various aspects of their business. This allows sellers to work more efficiently and maintain a successful brand.

How do Amazon Sellers Request Third-Party Apps and Services?

To simplify the search process, sellers can input their specific needs in a search box and use custom filters to find the best app or service for them. Filters can be adjusted based on category, rating, language, and more. The Seller Central Partner Network also offers a discovery section that lists trending applications and services as well as suggested apps or services curated specifically for the seller.

Once the seller has identified the app or service needed, they can review the provider details page for pricing and contact information. Sellers must contact the provider to submit a request for their services. The final step is to subscribe and accept any data authorization prompts. Once submitted, the service provider will contact the seller for the next steps in completing the service.

Brian Wawok

Brian is the Co-Founder of Listing Mirror.