Learn how to connect your Amazon Pay account with Xero using PayTraQer.
Before beginning, it is essential to ensure that you have all the necessary requirements. Please make sure you have everything you need before proceeding.
- Active Xero account
- Xero login credentials as a master administrator.
- Amazon Pay account (sandbox account cannot be connected)
- Amazon Pay account secret keys
Connect your Xero Company
To connect your Amazon Pay account to Xero you need to install PayTraQer and connect your Xero account.
Sign up with your Xero credentials.
A Xero pop-up screen will appear. You need to grant access by clicking the Connect button. Once the connection is established, you will receive a success message on your screen. You can use PayTraQer free for the first 15 days with our free trial.
Connect your Amazon Pay Account
After connecting your Xero company, you will be able to link your Amazon Pay account.
When you connect your Xero company, you'll be prompted to link your payment gateway or e-commerce channel. To do this, click the "Add Payment Accounts" button.
You need to provide your Amazon Pay Seller ID, Access Key, and Secret Access Key, as well as select a country for verification. (Here's how to obtain Amazon Pay keys.)
Once the connection is established, you will receive a success message on your screen. Click Next to proceed.
Align the Quickstart Settings
After you connect your Amazon Pay account to PayTraQer, you need to keep your hands on the simple quickstart settings to keep the integration plain sailing.
Note: You have the option to either stick with the default Express Settings or customize your settings using the Detailed Settings.
This is a customized default setting recommended by the pro-advisors. This works perfectly fine and is seamless for your Amazon Pay integration.
Click OK, let's start with the Express Settings.
You can fine-tune the settings prior and have things your way with the Detailed Settings. You can manage your Sales, Product, Fees, and Payout preferences here.
This setting determines how Amazon Pay fee details are recorded in Xero. You can set the default vendor, expense category, and expense bank account for the corresponding expense transaction.