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ERP-integrated e-commerce uses a company’s ERP business logic to power their online sales channel.
Integrated e-commerce describes an e-commerce solution that uses the ERP system to power the web store.
An integrated e-commerce solution uses the existing business logic and data from your ERP (and optional additional systems) to power your web store. This type of e-commerce solution removes the need for a third-party connector to connect ERP and e-commerce.
An integrated e-commerce solution connects directly to the ERP system. The e-commerce software is partially installed inside your ERP, which avoids the kinds of complex connections that other solutions claiming to be integrated (we call these interfaced e-commerce solutions) require.
Your ERP contains all the information that keeps your business running smoothly: product specifications, pricing details, customer information… Everything your web store needs to deliver an irresistible online buying experience.
Of course, your ERP wasn’t built or set up to sell your products online. And web store software can’t beat your ERP at business logic and data management. ERP-integrated e-commerce lets both systems do what they do best. This offers numerous benefits, including:
Discover all 46 benefits of integrated e-commerce — and how it paves the way to happier clients, more sales and better partnerships.
Sana Commerce is the only fully integrated e-commerce solution certified for Microsoft Dynamics and SAP ERP system integration. Our unique approach eliminates data silos and manual data synchronization for good.
After surveying 107 global Sana Commerce customers, we looked at how else integrated e-commerce impacted their business goals.
With regards to internal process improvements, our customers reported better and more efficient processes across order entry (53%), online catalog management (30%), sales process (29%), invoice management (8%).
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Integrated e-commerce is a game-changer for you and your customers. Learn about the difference between integrated and interfaced e-commerce in our video, and read our white paper for more detail.
Learn more about the different types of e-commerce software, including integrated, interfaced, shopping carts, and connectors.
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