Your webshops created to sell your products are called sales channels. Webshippy can be connected to the most popular webshop engines with a few clicks and two-way communication is established in a few minutes.

You will not only have automatic access to all order details, but order status is updated in your webshop and the product data base can be imported and updated as well.

You can obviously work with Webshippy using another webshop engine not included in the list. You just need to create and set an “Other” sales channel and

  • establish (develop) the connection between the two systems (Webshippy and webshop) by using a developer and the Webshippy API documentation,

  • or you don’t establish connection between the systems and upload orders by Excel (this is not automized; neither orders nor stock information will be synced, so you will have to do it manually).

In order to connect your webshops, you will have to create the same number of sales channels as webshops you would like to sell your Webshippy products at. Click on “Connect a Webshop” and select your webshop engine by selecting the appropriate icon (if you can’t see your webshop engine, click on “Other”) and provide the necessary information. You will find help in addition to the instructions on the platform, here:

  • ShopRenter

  • Unas

  • Woocommerce

  • Shopify

  • eMag Marketplace

  • Salesfrom

  • Other webshops

Attention! If you would like to integrate several webshops to Webshippy, please repeat the above steps in the case of each webshop.

You can change the information and settings you provide, as well as turn the integrations you created off (and later, on) at any given time.

IMPORTANT! For the order fulfillments you have to create a Sales channel even if you don’t want to connect any of your webshops with us. In this case, click on “Other” to create a virtual webshop.

You can find the Webshippy API documentation to create an individual connection here: API documentation

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