Erply Integration with Shopping Carts and Marketplaces
Free Setup | Monthly $59
Shopify, Woocommerce, Magento, Bigcommerce, Nopcommerce, Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Farfetch, SmartEtailing, Google Shopping, Google Local Inventory Ads
24Seven Commerce provides absolutely Free integration between Erply POS and leading eCommerce shopping carts and marketplaces.
In “Zero Dollar” setup fee, you get unlimited integrations out of the supported shopping carts – Woocommerce, Shopify, ShopifyPlus, Magento 1.x, Magento2, Bigcommerce and Nopcommerce. The Free integration also extends to major online marketplaces, such as, Amazon, Ebay, Walmart, Farfetch, SmartEtailing and Google Shopping.
You pay a nominal monthly fee and enjoy unlimited support, maintenance and hand-holding service.
Powered by OCTOPUS, the Erply eCommerce integration enables your POS inventory data to automatically sync between Erply POS and the online sales channels. As items are added or updated in Erply, the product updates are synced with multiple online channels simultaneously. This includes your eCommerce website, eBay, Amazon, and other online sales channels. The integration also feeds online orders automatically into Erply cloud-base POS system.
Octopus is a cloud-based middleware platform which enables eCommerce integration between Erply POS and online sales channels. Octopus facilitates two-way automated sync and minimizes manual intervention. It eliminates the need for repetitive manual data entry also. Orders placed online feed into Erply automatically, decreases labor cost and data entry errors.
The automation saves time and money. With 24Seven Commerce’s Erply integration, stock levels remain up-to-date across all sales channels.
Do you want to drive additional footfalls to your brand store?
Our Erply integration with Google Local Inventory Ads can make this possible.
Using Google local inventory Ads, the Octopus publishes your in-store items and store information to nearby shoppers searching through Google. When shoppers click your Ad, they come to a Google-hosted page for your store, called the “Local Storefront”. Shoppers use the local storefront to view your in-store inventory, get store hours, stock availability, promotions, find directions, and much more.
- Promote your in-store inventory: Let local buyers know that your brick-and-mortar store has the products they are looking for, at the moment they search in Google.
- Bring your local physical store online: Use the Google’s local storefront to showcase your items online.
- Measure performance: Monitor the impact of your Google local ads have on foot traffic and in-store sales.