WooCommerce is the popular plugin for WordPress, that lets you set up and operate your web shop quickly and easily.
Especially the fact, that it is available as a fully functional version free of charge made WooCommerce a global player among eCommerce systems.
Now, if you want to fully utilize your webshop or eCommerce solution, you sure want to be able to transfer orders, customer data, addresses and payment information into your ERP software in a simple and reliable way.
Also price changes and inventory and availability information should be updated in your webshop without additional work or hassle.
Many ERP and accounting systems have some problems here.
As always, it comes with lots of new and helpful features, both on the technical side as well as with business functionality.
On the technical side, the Wave 1 release gives you for example the possibility to inspect the space, each table requires in the database (some may remember this feature from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 and earlier).
Improved business functionality includes the long awaited possibility to use Resources in Purchase Documents (Purchase Order, Purchase Invoice, etc.).
Another interesting feature is the availability of recurring Sales Order or Purchase Order lines. This will be very helpful if you often need to create sales and purchase lines with similar information.
If your webstore is on Shopify, you sure wondered already, if there is an easy possibility to pull orders and customer data from your Shopify store into your ERP. Or how to keep prices and inventory up-to-date and in-sync without double or triple entry. And of course order status and tracking information.
No need to go further.
Integrate your webstore with Microsoft Dynamics and avoid double entry and erroneous data exchange.
This is just another option of our integration solution for Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.