Pricing Automation Settings
You can automate pricing settings on Eva. To do so go and click on the ‘Manage Settings’ button on the pricing management page. Please see Figure 1 below.
When you click on the button a pop-up screen will appear on which you can manage automation settings. On the screen, there are two settings which respectively are “FBA Fee & Cost Settings” (Please see arrow 1 in Figure 2 below) and “Default Values for the New SKUs” (Please see arrow 2 in Figure 2 below).
FBA Fee & Cost Settings
Depending on how you currently ship your products to Amazon warehouses, your shipping to Amazon cost varies.
Eva automatically extracts the shipping to Amazon cost data for the stores which has Amazon partnered carrier agreement; however, for the stores which use other carrier services, it is not possible to extract the data from these third parties on Amazon end.
In order to provide the most accurate cost calculation, choose the appropriate version for your store and click on “Save”.
“Use Amazon Shipment Costs” is for the stores which have “Amazon Partnered Carrier Agreement”
“Use Manual Shipping to Amazon Costs” is for the stores which have “agreements with other carriers”. If you have an agreement with other carriers, choose this option and click on the “Save” button. After saving the setting, you can enter the SKU-specific carrier cost info on the SKU level.
To do so, go to the pricing management page. Click on the “Calculate Optimal Min Price” button for the chosen SKU. Please see Figure 3 below.
A pop-up screen will appear. On this screen, there is a field named “Shipping to FBA Cost”, you can enter the cost info for shipment in this field. Please see Figure 4 below.
This figure will be taken into consideration in the minimum price calculation.
Default Values for the New SKUs
Here you can manage the default settings for the listings that you will create in the future.
You can enter a default product cost in the related field. Please see Figure 5 below.
For the pricing, there are two options which respectively are “target return based pricing” and “manual min. price based pricing“.
If you choose to use “target return-based pricing”, you have two choices; “Min. ROI %” (please see arrow 1 in Figure 6 below) or “Min Margin %“(please see arrow 2 in Figure 6 below). Fill in the field of which your choice. You can change your choice with the switch button in the middle (please see arrow 3 in Figure 6 below).
If you choose to use “manual min. price based pricing”, you have to enter min price manually in the related field. Please see arrow 1 in Figure 7 below. You can also enter a max price as a default, but please note that this is not compulsory. To do so, go and fill in the related field. Please see arrow 2 in Figure 7 below.
If you want to enable pricing management for all the new SKUs based on the information you enter above, go and click on the toggle to enable pricing. Please see Figure 8 below.
Master Store Settings
This section is displayed only for the accounts that have more than one marketplace. Please see Figure 9 below.
It is possible to select one of your stores as a “master store” to apply its currency to the same items in your stores in the other marketplaces.
To do so, go and choose the marketplace which you want to determine as the “master” from the dropdown menu. Please see Figure 10 below.
Your stores in the other marketplaces will be listed below. Choose the ones to which you want to apply the master store currency setting. Please see Figure 11 below.
Across each marketplace you choose, the number of matching items is displayed. Please see arrow 1 in Figure 12 below.
If you want to sync the change in the rate daily, go and use the toggle below to activate “daily auto-sync” and click “Publish“. Please see arrow 2 in Figure 12 below.