Shopify unveils enterprise resource planning integrations

E-commerce technology company Shopify is partnering with a series of enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors to provide direct integrations with the Shopify App Store.

Shopify users will now be able to access Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, Oracle NetSuite, and Infor without leaving the Shopify app.

Shopify - currently Canada’s most valuable company – provides subscription-based software that allows users to set up an online store and sell their products.

Previously, retailers had to use third-party applications to connect Shopify to their ERP tools.

Shopify has been active this year in terms of adding new integrations to its platform; in May, Google expanded its partnership with Shopify, introducing a simplified process that lets Shopify’s 1.7 million merchants advertise their products across Google.

The integration allowed Shopify’s merchants to increase their visibility on Google’s Search, Maps, Images, Lens, and YouTube.

The Canadian vendor was a clear winner during the pandemic; beating Wall Street estimates to report a 110 per cent increase in year-on-year revenue for its first quarter.

“At a time when merchants need to harness data everywhere to transform the shopping experience, we’re excited to connect data between ERP and commerce,” said Charles Lamanna, corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Applications and Platform. “Innovation begins with data-fueled insights, and more connected operations will help merchants take the industry into the future.”

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