When you first set up your Seller Central account on Amazon, only you can access the account tools and features. However, you might want to provide access to others who are involved in the management of your business. For example, you might want a co-owner or employee to manage inventory or handle shipping confirmations. However, account credentials are unique and confidential information and cannot be shared with anyone. So you can add users or to adjust user permissions with the User Permissions feature.
Seller Central uses an invitation model to manage user accounts. As the first step, you, as the account manager or administrator, need to send an email or SMS to other users, inviting them to create an account on Seller Central. Next, you need to configure the permissions for each secondary user.
By inviting secondary users into the system and then configuring their permissions, you are assured that the appropriate user accounts are linked to the right owners and that the correct permissions apply to the intended users. The invitation model also helps you to fully manage user accounts without assistance from Amazon Seller Support.
After the secondary user has accepted the invitation, the account manager can assign additional permissions to that user. Additional documents or information may be required during this process.