Shopify Shopping Cart offers small businesses everything they need to get started immediately after signing up. Shopify offers something for everyone. It allows complete beginners the ability to create products, manage inventory and create promotions, all without having to have any extensive computer coding knowledge. More advanced designers have to ability to access CSS and HTML files. Overall, it’s a beautifully constructed ecommerce platform with plenty of themes that look modern and stylish.
How does it work?
Wouldn't it be nice if as orders were being placed on your ecommerce site, they automatically were placed into your order management system as well? Could you imagine a world where you never had to worry about double data entry OR data entry errors? Whether once or 100 times a day, setting up the All Orders system to pass information back and forth with your Shopify website is a snap.
What Information is Synchronized?
There are a couple of integration points between Shopify and All Orders:
Orders: When a customer checkouts of their cart and places an order in
create a corresponding sales order in All Orders.
Customers: When a customer checkouts of their cart and places an order we will create or update the corresponding Customer in All
Ship Docs: When the ship doc is marked as shipped, we update
the order status in Shopify together with the tracking number.
Inventory: Inventory levels for your products on your cart will be updated
automatically with the quantities from All Orders.
AllOrders 6.0 or later
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