Amazon Launches New Seller Registration Services and Account Management Services for MSMEs In the Tamil Language

Pooja Vishant | Nov 07, 2020

With a new step for all the language barrier entrepreneurs, Amazon has launched a new seller registration service in Tamil Nadu for all the micro small and medium enterprises, retailers, and local shops. Now, all entrepreneurs can easily register on Amazon.in the marketplace and can manage all the online work in the Tamil language. 

This new service comes with every single requirement you need like accessing metrics, inventory management, and managing orders. This service is available on the Amazon website along with an app, which you can use on your mobile. Besides, Amazon is offering a great seller support service and best seller University tutorial for sellers in Tamil. 

With the videos and tutorial, more than 43,500 existing amazon seller registration india and lakh of new sellers, which belong to tier 1 will get benefits. Tier 1 and Tier 2 markets are Madurai, Tiruchirapalli, Ranipet Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Coimbatore, Salem, and many more.  


Amazon.in is involved in the scientific study of languages so that it can develop and present an accurate experience for sellers in tamil shopping. Its team has picked some of the most common terms and translated words so that sellers can understand easily, and experience the vintage with no interruptions. 

The new idea of launching the Tamil Language in Amazon is followed by the Hindi language, which was also launched for seller registration and account management. With the Hindi Launch, Amazon has got many new Amazon sellers from the market of Barmer Rajasthan, Hailakandi Assam, Bardhaman West Bengal, Darbhanga Bihar, and Mahoba Uttar Pradesh. All these market sellers have recently joined Amazon.in the marketplace.

MSME & Seller Experience, Director Pranav Bhasin said, “we are empowering more and more Indian MSMEs just to improve the growth of the e-commerce market. And, we are making more efforts on voice, video, and vernacular”.

An Amazon Seller who is planning to change their preferred language can now do it very easily by following a few steps. The sellers who are registering by using their desktop can simply pick their preferred language by going into the language drop-down, which will be displayed on the top-right side of your screen.

While using the Seller App, you can change the language by going into Settings, and then at the bottom of the left corner, you will get the changing option. Once, the language is changed you can go through pages in Tamil.

Amazon will come with more and more features in Tamil so that thousands of SMBs can enjoy and get high benefits of registering and managing their own online business in their language.

In September, Amazon launched four different languages at the time of the Great Indian Festival. The four languages are Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, and Tamil. Back in March, Amazon introduced Alexa for all the android devices so that users can operate through their voice. 

Now, authors can publish their work on Kindle in five different languages such as Tamil, Gujrati, Marathi, Hindi, and Malayalam. In 2019, Amazon has also lauded Automated Messaging Assistant in Hindi that can help many sellers to understand. Plus, Amazon has also come up with a video summary to help customers so that they can understand things better and get a quick summary of any products.


About Author

Pooja Vishant

Pooja Vishant

After dwindling with her family business, into travel and hospitality, for more than 3 years, Pooja Vishant found her true love in writing. Happy-go-lucky and cheerful, she loves pink; so pink is the way to go if you want to get into her good books. The Associate Editor keeps track of even a leaf that has moved in the ecommerce world!


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