Today, Amazon expands the Dash Replenishment Service in France, Italy, and Spain with new connected devices from Philips, Epson, Bosch, Siemens, Neff, Gaggenau, Haier, Candy, Hoover, and Coway.
Dash Replenishment Service helps ensure customers never run out of consumable goods by enabling hardware devices with the technology to order physical goods from Amazon when supplies are running low. Amazon provides an API for device makers to integrate Dash Replenishment into their hardware products. With Dash Replenishment, device makers are able to leverage Amazon's authentication and payment systems, customer service, and fulfillment network—giving their customers access to Amazon's low prices, great selection, and reliable delivery. Globally, Amazon is working with top appliance manufacturers like GE Appliances, LG, Whirlpool, Samsung, HP, Brother, and more, to integrate the Dash Replenishment technology into connected devices.
Using Dash Replenishment Service, device makers can increase customer satisfaction and engagement by providing replacement products designed and manufactured specifically for devices enabled with Dash Replenishment. Integrating Dash Replenishment Service into connected devices is simple, requiring minimal changes to product design and no complex technical skills. For example, the sensor in a Dash Replenishment enabled printer can automatically determine the ink usage level and re-order a new ink cartridge the moment it’s running low.
Additional details can be found on the Amazon developer website here.
Source: Alexa Developer Blog