e-Commerce Integration

Simple yet seamless integration with other e-Commerce systems such as shopping carts and accounting systems.

Powerful features for easily getting data in and out of the system in the format you need.

WMS integration with ecommerce
eBay WMS integration
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Imports are typically performed via XML in a pre-defined structure using an HTTP post. For systems which are not able to support a direct post, it is also possible to upload orders in a CSV (comma-separated) or a TSV (tab-separated) format. Built-in formats have been defined for both Amazon WMS integration and eBay WMS integration.

There is no limitation to the number of import formats which can be used for imports from a single channel or organisation as import source, although in practice, only a single import should suffice.

As data is imported, it is possible to apply arbitrary field by field transformations, both to convert data from one format to another, and to apply business-specific rules.

Magento WMS Integration

The objective of every integration is to allow Magento to be used solely as an E-commerce sales platform, moving all the warehouse and order processing activity into the OrderFlow environment. Magento can then be used in the E-commerce role it is designed for, allowing you to use OrderFlow to get the most from your warehouse and despatch operations.

eBay WMS integration

Ebay WMS integration

OrderFlow supports the eBay Trading API, allowing the OrderFlow platform to integrate seamlessly with your eBay environment. The integration module allows eBay orders to be picked, packed and despatched within the OrderFlow WMS environment.

Amazon WMS integration

OrderFlow integrates directly with Amazon using the retail giant’s MarketPlace Web Service API, allowing you to automate your Amazon product and order imports as well as your stock and shipment despatch notifications.

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Shopify WMS Integration

OrderFlow integrates seamlessly with Shopify, a leading SAAS (Software as a Service) Shopping Cart.

Remote API Integration

Integration with OrderFlow is straight forward using our remote API, which uses XML over HTTP.The API supports order and product import, as well as real-time order processing and stock notifications to ensure that your shopping cart is up to date at all times.

Integration Framework

All of OrderFlow’s third party integrations are backed by a powerful integration framework, which allows new third party integrations to be created simply through configuration, with little or no additional Java source code.

All of OrderFlow’s third party integrations are backed by a powerful integration framework, which allows new third party integrations to be created simply through configuration, with little or no additional Java source code.

Contact us to discuss your integration requirements.