Deliverr will release multi-node the week of November 11th, 2019. This updated integration allows you to add fulfillment centers into your Walmart Seller Center account, along with Deliverr. Therefore, the previous limitation that 1. Deliverr will only be able to fulfill your Walmart orders and 2. Deliverr will need to have inventory for all of your Walmart.com SKUs no longer holds true.
Requirements for Walmart Direct:
- Connect to Deliverr via an activated Walmart Direct integration.
- Your Shipping column in Walmart API permissions for Deliverr must be set to “Full Access”. The rest of your columns must also be defaulted to "Full Access". If that option is not available, the column must read "Read Only".
- You have a fulfillment center, separate from Deliverr, fulfilling your Walmart.com orders while using Deliverr.
- Your other fulfillment center follows the Walmart API guidelines to only pull orders not assigned to Deliverr for shipment. This documentation will be available from Walmart by November 11th here - https://developer.walmart.com/#/apicenter/marketPlace/latest#getAllOrders
If you already have a Walmart account and you want to switch over to multi-node, you must enable your shipping access to "Full Access". When you do that, your "Walmart Sync" button -- which previously allowed Deliverr to start importing all of your Walmart orders and update quantities -- will disappear within one business day as your integration is switched to the new model.