E-commerce offers businesses global market access, 24/7 availability, increased customer engagement, streamlined operations, expanded customer base, higher sales and revenue potential, cost efficiency, targeted marketing, improved customer insights, and enhanced competitiveness in the digital landscape.

Manage Guide Control your multichannel sales by capturing sales, managing stock levels, and automating workflows.

Excellium has partnered with the best, and trusted, e-commerce integration suppliers to ensure you can get access to a tried-and-tested solution to integrate your online store with your accounting software or ERP system. Integrating your business data with your online store means your customers have an up-to-date view of stock and pricing levels, eliminating “we don’t have this, but would you like to try this”, or “this was last week’s prices, we’ve updated this recently so let me send you a new quote”. The value-added to your business doesn’t end at syncing your inventory there is the added benefit of automating your workflows and eliminating manual processes that take time and cause delays in the purchase process for your clients. The faster and convenient the purchase process, the bigger the chance of a successful sale and customer retention.
How synchronization facilitates your business.
Some of the Info that gets synchronized between the accounting/ ERP software and online store


Accounting/ERP Software we integrate your online store to​​

How E-commerce Integration Works​

While the entire e-commerce integration process can become a tedious list of tasks, Excellium has streamlined the process and has made it as straight-forward as possible for the customer. The entire e-commerce integration process is as follows:

Accounting software

Once the accounting software and online store are both setup, we use a specialized API connection (integrator) to connect your accounting software and online store, to exchange information to each other. This includes the capturing of sales from the online store into the accounting system, the updating of stock levels between the accounting system and the online store, capturing sales to specific client accounts, and capturing information that needs to be sent to your warehouse to prepare the order for the client.

ERP system

You have an accounting or ERP system in which your products along with their unique product codes (SKU codes) are registered. And in this accounting or ERP system, the amount of stock per product is recorded, and these stock levels help indicate availability on your online store once connected.

Store system

You have your online store set up with your products (images, descriptions etc.) and have the same product codes (SKU codes) matching with what was set up with your accounting system / ERP

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