SAP ERP | APPSeCONNECT - Part 3
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Minimum Order Quantity of Products in SAP to Magento 2.0

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There are various business rules which apply during the various stages of order processing. One of the business rules during order entry is the minimum order quantity. This means that certain products can only be ordered above a specified number. Both SAP ECC and Magento 2.0 have minimum order quantity functionality in their respective master data management.

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How to Configure Buy One Get One Free in SAP ERP

Buy one get one free is a typical scenario in retail industry. This article describes how this can be configured in SAP so that if the customer places an order which meet the criteria, the rules get applied. By setting up the free goods in SAP, you can determine the criteria based on which the free goods will be given to the customer and in what ratio.

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Cross-Selling information sync between SAP ERP and Magento

Have you heard the phrase “Do you want fries with that?” while ordering in fast food joints? This is a very commonly used pervasive example of cross-sell in our daily life. Cross-Sell is an age old practice used widely by brick & mortar businesses. Recently this marketing technique has been profitably used in online commerce and thus gained massive popularity.

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SAP ERP and Bigcommerce Integration

Every business wants to be more efficient in managing online merchandise, control inventory, order to cash transactions without overloading your SAP team. If you are using Bigcommerce as your eCommerce platform, then integrating it with your ERP with the help of our solution (APPSeCONNECT) will give you quick results.

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SAP Magento Real-Time Price Sync in B2B Scenario

Companies using SAP ECC and Magento for their ecommerce, especially in the B2B (business to Business) scenarios consider pricing as one of the most crucial and complex points when it comes to sticking with commercial agreements with different companies. Companies using, SAP as their back-end would recognize the fact that when it comes to pricing, that pricing scenarios are not only complex but highly customizable with functionality like condition technique, pricing routines and customer specific pricing. Also mapping every price, tax discounts and surcharge within Magento is an intricate process.

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