I recently tested and researched the Entrywise accounting app for Amazon Seller Central, and while I found it to be a great tool for managing finances, I did have some uncertainty about certain aspects of the app. Maybe it’s because I just hate math. I mean, taxes. I mean paying taxes.. With all kidding aside, here’s what I found.

One of the things I found particularly useful about this app is the level of automation it offers. Entrywise seamlessly integrates with Amazon Seller Central, automatically pulling in all of your sales and expenses data. This has saved me a lot of time and effort when it comes to keeping track of my finances.

The app also offers a wide range of financial reports such as Profit and Loss, Balance Sheet, and Tax reports. These reports are very detailed and easy to understand, which makes it easy for me to see where my business is at financially and make informed decisions. Additionally, the app has a feature that allows me to see my sales and expenses by category, which is very helpful in understanding my business better.

However, my uncertainty came from the fact that the app is relatively new, and I haven’t had a long enough experience with it to see how well it performs over time. Also, I found the pricing model of the app to be a bit confusing and I would appreciate more clarity on that.

The customer support of Entrywise is responsive and helpful though, they assisted me with setting up the app and provided training on how to use it. They also helped me with any queries or issues I had while using the app.


A cloud-based platform that enables you to sell products across multiple channels, including Amazon, eBay, and Walmart.

Inventory tracking system with daily metrics per item, automatic min and max price calculations, reordering, and replenishing.

Automate the process of collecting and managing customer feedback, reviews, and product ratings.

Automated bookeeping software imports data related to sales, fees, and refunds to your accounting software.