e:command : CS-Cart eCommerce, Design, Development & Support

Best 5 Shopify Multi-Vendor Marketplace Apps in 2022

For anyone thinking of converting their Shopify site into a diverse marketplace where you can sell more products and make more profit, using a multi-vendor app makes a lot of sense.

There are plenty of multi-vendor marketplace apps to optimise your Shopify online store, but researching the best ones can be very time-consuming and overwhelming for many users.

What is essential is to choose one that looks professional. However, it is not all about looks that can enhance your site; it is also about the functionality.

Here we have taken a deep dive into the options available by assessing the app store ratings, best features and positive customer reviews to bring you a choice of our top five favourite multi-vendor marketplace apps to use with your Shopify store.

This list is in no particular order, and each app has features that greatly benefit your Shopify store. We hope it helps!

1. CollabPay

CollabPay is a good choice for Shopify store owners that love statistics. It is perfect for producing reports to work out and pay vendor commissions. We love the fact it has a user-friendly interface with a neatly laid out menu for easy navigation.

When you want to add a new collaborator, go to the product you want to collaborate over and click the ‘Add Collaborator’ button. A window opens up where you can add an existing collaborator or reach out to a new one by inviting them directly by email.

Once you have added a new collaborator, you can set the commission percentage for them. Your collaborators (vendors) can log into their individual accounts via the CollabPay website to see their order details and set up payouts. This app works with Shopify Multi-Currency and International Pricing.

We consider this one of the better apps to use with a Shopify store when paying your marketplace vendors. As well as having great features, they also have very affordable options, and you don’t need to rely on having your vendors in your Shopify admin.

2. Vendor Payout

Vendor Payout is a useful app for when you need to split your calculations between vendors. You will need to create a vendor in Shopify for it to work. However, you cannot add multiple vendors to a single product in your marketplace.

This multi-vendor marketplace app has some valuable features, such as recalculating all orders if you need to make any changes, such as custom deductions, changing commission percentages, and bulk-marking ‘paid’ when paying your vendors.

The one downside we found with Vendor Payout is that it only calculates discounts on total order prices and doesn’t work out your tax or make tax deductions. For Shopify store owners tracking VAT, this may not be the best option for you.

3. Ship Turtle

ShipTurtle is a flexible and very user-friendly choice of app if you want to convert your Shopify store into a marketplace. Your vendors can upload their own products, amend prices, create a shop front under their own white-label brand name, etc.

This multi-vendor marketplace app has many useful features that will be enough to allow you to create a well-functioning marketplace. However, the one downside we found was that the app design looks a little outdated and could do with a makeover to make it more appealing for your vendors.

In general, ShipTurtle has excellent functionality and vendor freedom. Your vendors are free to add more products, set prices, offer discounts and more.

4. Jetti

Jetti is a popular, well-designed option with a more modern look than some other choices on the market. It is pretty pricey compared to other multi-vendor marketplace apps, but you get what you pay for, like most things in life.

While this is an excellent choice for those wanting to sell multiple inventory physical products, it doesn’t support digital product stores, so not the best option for digital creators.

We like that Jetti utilises vendor payouts using well-trusted names such as PayPal, Stripe and Wise. It integrates perfectly with Stripe, BigCommerce, Magento, WooCommerce, Quickbooks, PayPal, USPS and Taxjar.

5. Multi-Vendor Reporting

This may be a good choice for more experienced users as the setup can feel a bit overwhelming. The plus point for Multi-Vendor Reporting is that it is a feature-rich option with great functionality.

Your vendors can upload their own products, and it also supports digital products, which can be helpful if you want to have a mixed marketplace that offers a comprehensive range of products.

If you are into creating your own products, the app supports white-label goods using your own branding. There are flexible commission options where you can set commissions by vendor, shop or product.

Conclusion

This is a summary of Shopify apps for vendors based on positive user experience, quality, value for money, flexibility and ease of use.

We hope that our breakdowns are helpful for anyone looking for the best Shopify multi-vendor marketplace app for their store. Using any of these apps can allow you to convert your Shopify store into a diverse product marketplace, which will help you sell more goods and increase your profits.

Top
oh hello you
Award-winning
eCommerce agency.
Delivering high-quality projects for international clients. Ask us about eCommerce, multi-vendor marketplaces, optimisation and conversion rate optimisation

CALL US
020 8191 7597

GENERAL INQUIRIES
[email protected]