What Are Channels?

Channels represent all sales channels in Flxpoint, whether those be B2B (reseller channels) or B2C (sales channels).

How Are Channels Used?

  • Linking and syncing product data, pricing, quantity, and status from listing variants
  • Importing new sales orders
  • Syncing tracking information when received from sources

B2B Reseller Portal/Management

The B2B Reseller Portal enables a Flxpoint user to have resellers connect in as a channel. For more information on how this works, see Reseller Management.


Every Channel can have integrations to connect various operations. Some of the most common operations are:

  • Link Listings: shares the same integration details as Sync Listings and links Flxpoint listings to an external channel.
  • Sync Listings: syncs latest price, quantity, and status to a channel
  • Publish Listings: pushes latest product data, price, quantity, and status to a channel
  • Get Orders: receives new sales orders from a channel
  • Sync Orders: pushes latest shipments and tracking information to a channel

For more information about configuring Integrations, see Integrating a Channel.

Channel-Specific Pricing and Quantity

Channel-specific pricing and quantity rules can be configured for each channel.

For information on how to configure this, see Channel Pricing & Quantity.

Shipping Mappings

Channel shipping mappings represent eligible shipping options a channel has and maps them to a shipping policy.

For more information about configuring channel shipping mappings, and how these mappings are used, see Shipping Management