We help marketing managers integrate their E-Commerce websites with their Enterprise Resource Planning Software, third party shipping suppliers, accounting systems and other online API based services.
Our process of integration has five major steps:
Step 1: Define perfection
In this step we isolate integrations that are not working for you. From time wasted entering orders on multiple systems, to items being purchased that can’t be shipped, to time wasted by your accountant balancing sales data from multiple systems. We then describe the perfect workflow.
Step 2: Understand How Your Services Can Talk To Each Other
We define how your website can communicate with your ERP, Third Party Shipping Providers and other Sales Channels or custom APIs.
Step 3: Build the connections
We build the connectors between your services demonstrating the communication paths so you can have confidence the automation can work. At this point you will see the automation you have dreamt of functioning.
Step 4: Go live
In this step we will go live with the solution.
Step 5: Monitoring and logging
We will provide a system that notifies you if any of the services fails to communicate through immediate messaging.
In the end, you will have successfully transitioned from disconnected web services that cost you time and frustrate your customers to an automated system that is reliable, predictable and monitorable.
Will this method solve the challenge you are currently facing?
Website technologies we have worked with include WooCommerce, WordPress, Magento, Umbraco, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Core. Front end technologies I work with include React and Vue.
Business systems we have integrated with include Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Axapta, NetSuite, Ostendo, MYOB, Xero, Sage, Azure Active Directory, Canvas/Catalog Learning Management System, PPSR, Office R&D, WorkBooks, Fulfilio, Helka, eWay, ANZ eGate.