To keep it simple, we treat PrestaShop like any other trading partner. PrestaShop provide a web service API that we use to connect with their product. When building these solutions we make sure that is it scalable for current and future clients. This means that once we have built a specific feature for PrestaShop, it is available for any of our clients who may need to use it. We also make sure that the process is as seamless as possible and does not rely on manual processes by the client or B2BGateway staff.
Today, over 250,000 ecommerce stores run on PrestaShop technology. The company provides free hosted and on premise software that enables merchants to have a fully functional online store at the lowest cost possible.
The PrestaShop open source community includes more than 800,000 developers, web agencies and industry partners who innovate and contribute to the platform every day. Through key technology partnerships, PrestaShop offers more than 3,500 value-added modules that automatically integrate with PrestaShop software.
Users are located in over 200 countries and the software has been translated into 65 languages, making it the most international ecommerce solution available in the market.
PrestaShop is the proud two-time winner of Packt Publishing’s Best Open Source Business Application, winner of Europe’s Bsoco Award in the 2013 CMS category and rated #1 Open Source Shopping Cart by EcommerceBytes Sellers Choice Awards 2013.
PrestaShop has offices in the US and France, and is funded by XAnge Private Equity, Seventure Partners and Serena Capital. For more information, please visit www.PrestaShop.com
HOW DOES B2BGATEWAY WORK WITH PRESTASHOP?
E-COMMERCE SITE EDI FUNCTIONALITY
COMMON eCOMMERCE SCENARIOS:
- Orders from the site and integrating them into your “back-end” ERP
- Sending orders from site to a 3PL, Warehouse or Drop Ship Vendor
- Updating the site with shipping and tracking information
- Inventory updates posted to your eCommerce sites
B2BGateway’s eCommerce EDI solutions allow your organization to take orders direct from your eCommerce site and send them to your 3PL, warehouse or drop-ship vendor for fulfilment. When working with a Third Party Logistics (3PL) team, warehouse ship orders (EDI 940) and warehouse ship advice (EDI 945) need to be included.