Boost online sales with the Erply x WooCommerce integration
Great news for Erply customers! We’ve partnered with WooCommerce to offer a stronger e-commerce experience.
It’s no secret that shoppers are shifting towards personalized, online shopping experiences. See how WooCommerce can be used to bolster business with online sales and provide an omnichannel experience that you and your customers will love.
Erply seamlessly integrates with WooCommerce so you can get your online store up and running with as little effort as possible.
The Erply x WooCommerce integrator is free for all existing Erply customers.
- An active Erply account
- An active WooCommerce account
Tools you already know and love
Our WooCommerce integration takes everything from Erply and syncs it over to WooCommerce.
What does that mean for you? All logistical updates to your webshop can be made directly from your Erply account.
- Product adds, edits, and deletions
- Product prices (synced from existing price lists)
- Inventory availability (synced from warehouse associated with your store)
These syncs save you time in inventory management and prevent errors in your ordering and replenishment processes.
Multi-store sales for stronger customer targetting
You can create multiple Woo stores using your Erply account to ensure all products are marketed to their fullest potential.
All stores can pull from the same warehouse inventory, or you can sell different items in each webshop by assigning each Woo store a unique warehouse.
If a customer creates a login, WooCommerce will remember them anytime they enter your webshop. Codes like Woo secret and store keys ensure that your customers can access your stores through a secure and controlled login.
Flexible sales documents
WooCommerce offers many types of sales documents, which allows your customers to determine which option best suits their needs.
Configure WooCommerce sales documents to convert to an order or an invoice-waybill within your Erply account.
Erply document type
Charges the customer and pulls the item out of inventory.
Books items for stock after a customer makes a purchase but does not automatically take the item out of stock.
If you have any questions, feedback, or feature requests, let us know at email@example.com.