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Shopify is the leading e-commerce platform, enabling businesses to create a customized gateway to their business, including website, payment, inventory, and shipping management tools. The Cleo Integration Cloud connects your Shopify store with your other business applications to keep data aligned between front-end and back-end systems.
Frictionless application integration.
- Eliminate manual integration processes
- Reduce custom coding and leverage APIs
- Verify and transform your data
- Connect data flows from your online store to your EDI system
- Sync e-commerce data to your back end systems
Connect and integrate your Shopify data today
With application integration from the Cleo Integration Cloud, you can easily connect Shopify to enable:
- Seamless integration with your ERP, CRM, EDI, and fulfillment systems
- Secure data handoff to enterprise applications and systems for storage and analysis
- Drive business intelligence and optimize operational outcomes
To achieve agility and experience maximum value, multiple integration approaches may be necessary, including file-based, application, message-based, service-centric, on-premises, and cloud.
Cleo, Market Evangelist and Strategy Director
Sharing information between your Shopify digital storefront and a cloud financial management solution like Quickbooks provides added value for an organization. With Cleo Integration Cloud’s Shopify-Quickbooks integration solution, you can sync order and refund data, record Shopify expenses, and track transaction and tax details for comprehensive management of your e-commerce processes.
Shopify-Oracle ERP Integration
An Oracle-Shopify integration using Cleo Integration Cloud provides the connectivity for end-to-end data processing, the visibility to streamline operations, and the platform to scale your business.
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Connected systems are key to delivering a comprehensive view of business workflows, those that require multiple technology interventions & drive revenue.
Whether you decide to develop integration capabilities in-house or are considering a vendor solution, it’s helpful to have a starter list of requirements.