Ecommerce Platforms

Take Control of Your Sales

Effectively managing your products across all your sales channels often includes your own website. As such, Etail provides merchants with the ability to integrate their website, or launch a new website on one of the top ecommerce platforms.

Etail has worked with many popular shopping cart platforms such as:

magneto

Our Magento integration ready to scale with your fast-growing business. Having a Magento store will give you the flexibility of hundreds of extensions and an open architecture to add even more functionality and to integrate with Etail Solution's back-end application EVP. EVP then will be able to pull the sales order down from Magento store and route them to the appropriate warehouse or supplier channel based on your fulfillment method.

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Shopify is a complete ecommerce solution that allows you to set-up an online store to sell your goods. It lets you organize your products, customize your storefront, accept credit card payments, track and respond to orders - all with a few clicks of the mouse. Once set up, Etail will manage this as another sales channel tied to your SKUs, and all revenue and expenses will be tracked separately in the financial system.

asp

ASPDotNetStorefront (www.ASPDotNetStorefront.com) is an ASP.NET shopping cart engine with over 10,000 sites using its technology. ASPDNSF provides power and flexibility including multi-store, multi-lingual, and multi-currency capabilities. Take a look at the ASPDotNetStorefront site for a detailed list of features and capabilities.

Just like any other sales channel, once your ASPDNSF site is connected to the Etail platform, products, availability, pricing, and orders are all managed from Etail’s solution.

3dcart

3dcart is a complete e-commerce storefront solutions for your new or existing web site. Easily build, edit, and maintain your online shop, and collect orders without any programming or HTML knowledge. For 3d Cart our integration includes pulling orders down from them using their API call to getOrders and then bring them into our system. We can also send shipping updates back to them using their API for updateShipments updateSalesOrders so they know the shipping information.

Additional integrations can be added as necessity dictates.