Selling online at Walmart.com will open up your products to consumers all around the world. As one of the largest retail chains in the world, Walmart’s requirements to sellers are not the easiest. Pelican Commerce is here to help you get your products listed inside the Walmart Seller Center admin portal.
Get your Amazon product catalog crawled, captured, and uploaded in full to Walmart Marketplace.
Get your products exported, and then bulk uploaded to your Walmart Marketplace.
Get your products crawled on eBay and then bulk uploaded to you Walmart Marketplace account.
Get your full rich product data bulk uploaded from any platform to your Walmart Marketplace account.
There is no software to buy, we handle the entire data crawl/capture and uploading process for you.
Many small businesses just need their products moved from Amazon to Walmart or from their shopping cart (inventory management system) to Walmart, one time. Our service is designed to get you kick started with no ongoing fees, contracts, or subscriptions.
We create bots, crawl & capture ALL your product data from Amazon, format and validate into Walmart's category feed, then upload to your Walmart Seller Center account ready to go live and sell.
I hired Pelican Commerce to migrate my Amazon catalog to my Walmart seller center account. Doing the project manually myself would have taken weeks but Pelican was able to utilize their pre-built feeds and expertise to migrate all my listings in a matter of 48hrs. They even kept my Amazon Parent/Children relationships in tact and ported those over to Walmart. Saved me a heck of a lot of time and for the amount they charged it was really a no brainer. They also provided me the feed files they created so I can make changes later. I found a lot of other companies work on long-term contracts and upfront agreements but Pelican charged me a flat fee for a specifically outlined service, which was just want I needed. Why spend time manually compiling other e-comm channel flat files when Pelican can do it for you. Just makes sense. Pelican is providing a service almost any omni-channel seller not utilizing a multi-channel, cloud-based, inventory management software can benefit from. Daniel and John did an excellent job and I would definitely recommend their service.
It generally takes 1-2 business days to crawl the data from Amazon, and upload to Walmart's Seller Center.
Yes! You send us an open listing report that contains all the ASINs to the products you sell. We then capture ALL the product data including titles, descriptions, images, multiple images, variation data, weights, UPC codes, and more.
Walmart requires UPC codes or a valid GTIN code (like an ISBN for books) to list products in the marketplace. They do have a UPC code exemption that you can apply for if your a brand owner.
UPC Code Options:
1. Brand Owner provides UPC codes.
2. Hold a GS1.org membership to generate UPC codes.
3. Buy third party UPC codes that are GS1 certified.
4. Apply for a UPC code exemption.
Yes! However you will need to either apply for a UPC code exemption through Walmart Seller Support, buy third party UPC codes, or apply for a GS1.org membership.
Yes! All product variations are combined together in the proper format so they display drop downs on Walmart Marketplace. Some categories display swatches (like apparel) and that functionality will be supported in our project.
Yes! We move all product images including additional product images, and product variation images.
When uploading your products to Walmart we put "0" quantity for your inventory level. Once the project is complete, we'll take a fresh inventory feed from Amazon or your inventory report and match up the inventory levels when your ready to go live.
Yes! Only some categories on Walmart allow for swatches to be used for product variations. If the category allows for swatches then we will setup the product variations properly.
If your products already exist and have a matching UPC code then Walmart's system will auto-assign the data from our feed to the existing listings. If another seller has listed the product wrong and your products are assigned to a listing that is not correct then you can either create another listing by using a different UPC code or you can write Walmarts seller support to get the listing fixed.
The sooner you get your products up the sooner Walmart pushes your catalog to Google Shopping