Trialing A2X is the best way for you to see how A2X works. Even better, once you start your free trial A2X will calculate your monthly orders which makes it easy for you to choose the right plan for your business.
A2X has a free trial option for both A2X for Shopify and A2X for Amazon. You can sign up free and easily access and manage both accounts via the same login. You can seamlessly connect both your A2X for Shopify account and your A2X for Amazon account to your accounting system. The free trial has no end date too. You will have several settlements and payouts available for you to experiment with the settings until you're happy with the set up. If you later decide to upgrade to one of our plans, the settings are saved so there will be no need to repeat the work you have already done.
Yes, A2X has two options for Amazon Pay. A direct connection between A2X and Amazon Pay, or an indirect connection via your Shopify store. With our direct connection method, you are able to completely reconcile your Amazon Pay accounting data at the click of just a few buttons!
The easiest way to check your order volume is to set up a free trial account with A2X. Once connected to your store, A2X can fetch in payout data providing you with an order count summary. Within Shopify you can also check your order volume by reviewing the number of orders by a set date range.
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Depending on your average monthly order volume you may be able to starter out with the A2X for Shopify Mini plan. If you are over 200 orders per month or if you would like to take advantage of our Cost of Goods sold feature, you will need to start with the A2X for Shopify Basic plan.How many orders can A2X handle?
There is no limit to the number of orders that A2X can process for you, from 1 to 1,000,000+ a month A2X will accurately, and reliably automate your ecommerce accounting in order to protect your accounting system from order overload.