To keep it simple, we treat Shopify like any other trading partner system. Typically Shopify provide a web service API that we use to connect with their product. When building this solution we make sure that is it scalable for current and future clients. This means that once we have built a specific feature for Shopify, 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.
HOW DOES B2BGATEWAY WORK WITH SHOPIFY?
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
SEND ORDERS TO ERP
B2BGateway’s eCommerce EDI solutions allow your organization to take orders from your eCommerce sites and import them directly into your back-end ERP such as Sage, Netsuite, QuickBooks, etc… Plus, there is no need to rekey the data.
Through B2BGateway’s eCommerce EDI solutions, your organization can use the ANSI X12 Inventory Advice (EDI 846) transaction set. The EDI 846 is becoming a mandatory transaction set for many of the large online stores such as Amazon, Buy.com, Ebay and many others.
B2BGateway’s eCommerce EDI solutions will allow you to track orders and shipping by utilizing the 200-series of ANSI x12 EDI transaction sets.
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.