Jetti Onboarding For Advanced/Plus Plans

This article is the basic outline of the different steps that are included in setting up your Advanced/Enterprise Jetti account

Last updated January 23rd, 2020

Your Onboarding Plan - Step by Step

Are you itching to start setting up your Advanced or Enterprise plan, but don't know where to even start? No need to worry, this article has been created for you as the basic outline of the different steps that are included in setting up an Advanced/Enterprise Jetti account, step by step. Take this as a table of contents to your onboarding journey, with links to different articles explaining each step in more detail.

1) Initial Set Up

The very first thing you should start with is the initial set up of your Jetti account, which can be found in the “Setup” section.

You will need to set up your company information, billing information, and your team. Find detailed instructions on how to do this here.

2) Shopify Store Connection

Your next step will be to connect your Shopify store to Jetti, which will allow you to connect and sync sales, purchase, and inventory data across multiple E-commerce stores and offline sales channels.

To find how to enable the Shopify store connection, read this.

3) Vendor Setup

Next is the time to set up your vendors. This step is key in automating your dropshipping process, and will give you the ability to choose and set the settings in a way that works best for your business.

Read this to learn more about the different steps in onboarding your vendors.

4) Vendor Store Connection

You might want to connect to different vendor stores. We integrate with many, which will help your company bring in vendors easier, helping your business scale.

Check out our different vendor integrations here.

5) Stock Management

While the default setting is that your stock will be automatically synced with that of your vendors’, it might be that you want to manually change it. In this case, you should manage it directly from your Jetti account

Check out this article to see how to do this.

6) Map Brand Names (optional)

Once you have set up your vendors and fetched their inventory feeds, you should go ahead and map the brands to the right dropship providers. This is important because these brand names may show up differently in the Shopify store than what is shown on Jetti, which can confuse the system.

See more information on how to do this here.

7) Payment Automation Setup

Next up is to set the settings so that your payments are fully automated, removing the headache of keeping on top of your vendor payments. This can be done with either Stripe or transferwise.

Check out more information on how to do this here.

8) Generating Shipping Labels

One of the potential pain points in setting up a multi-vendor marketplace is understanding how to efficiently handle the invoicing and payments for shipping between you and your vendor. That is why your next step will be to decide your settings on generating shipping labels, rates, and costs.

See instructions on how to do this here.

9) Order Testing

After all of this is set up, it’s time to test the system! Just place an order in Shopify, check if it has been imported into Jetti and routed to the correct vendor, and process the order. If it works, you’re all set!

You can check out this article for more information on order testing.

There you have it, the nine simple steps in getting your Jetti account up and running! However, if you do have questions, do not hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to go through the setup process with you on a go-live call.


Can you set up my account?

While we do offer multiple onboarding calls as a standard, we are no in a position to offer a fully managed service. It is also in the customer's best interest to have them be in control of their own accounts, for example when handling vendor onboarding in the future.

Last updated January 28th, 2020

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