SAP Business One and Shopware Integration
- SALES ORDER
- Customer Sync:
Any new customer registered on the Shopware website will be synced to SAP Business One as a Business Partner. All details of the web customer including billing, shipping address and customer information with the email id and telephone number will be available in SAP Business One. Customer sync works bi-directionally. Existing customers with details can be synced back to Shopware from SAP Business One.
- New & existing product sync:
Any Item listed in your SAP Business One ERP will be uploaded as Products in Shopware eCommerce. Product sync works bi-directionally. Existing products with details can be synced back to SAP Business One from Shopware.
- Stock Update:
Stock Update which happens in SAP Business One through the Inventory transaction process will be synced back to Shopware website.
- Sales Order Sync:
Any orders placed in the Shopware will be synced to SAP Business One ERP as Sales Orders. All the order details like Items Ordered, Amount, Customer Name, Address, etc. will be available in SAP Business One.
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