Dell Boomi, provider of cloud-based integration and workflow automation software, has presented a dedicated NetSuite cloud solution tool for the implementation of Shopify.
The provider of cloud-based integration and workflow automation software presents the now released solution for NetSuite and Shopify within a new set of accelerators. According to Dell Boomi, these accelerators are designed to help end users in the e-commerce industry to generate revenue faster, while at the same time making their work processes more efficient.
Accelerator for Netsuite and Shopify
In concrete terms, Dell Boomi now presents the first accelerator, Boomi Integration Accelerator for NetSuite and Shopify. This enables online retailers to quickly implement Shopify’s e-commerce solutions within their environments and use them for their core processes.
This allows these retailers to better automate their sales activities and to synchronise the product catalogue and orders with the existing stock data. In addition, this accelerator also helps end users to roll out multiple sales channels more quickly.
The e-retailer tool also helps e-retailers to further expand their activities in other areas. The tool can also be used for, among other things, orders, stock management, product catalogues, order processing, payments and the management of returned products.
Based on SuiteSuccessful Solutions
The accelerators are based on NetSuite’s cloud-based SuiteSuccess solutions that combine extensive domain knowledge with standard workflows, KPIs and dashboards. Dell Boomi delivers over 200 applications and data sources that work with NetSuite, both within on-premise and cloud environments.
The combination of applications and NetSuite enables end-users within the e-commerce sector to benefit from the enormous amount of industry-specific best practices and domain knowledge within NetSuite in order to generate turnover faster, increase efficiency within their company and grow.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.