Introduction and overview

Magento is one of the most popular ecommerce platform and business solutions in the world for online selling. You can customize it with many available Magento themes according you your preferences. It is very powerful tool in ecommerce but more strong and powerful it becomes when you integrate with EasyERP multichannel inventory management system. In this Magento overview you will find basic information about this platform and

 

EasyERP system allows you manage products, inventory, warehouses, locations, orders, payments, customers, ecommerce channels and so on from one place. You can track your stock levels, transfer products from one warehouse or location to another, send purchase invoices to your supplier, easily keep eye on profits and losses, control your cash flow and even much more. If you have one or more Magento stores you can integrate them with EasyERP to manage your ecommerce business more effectively and productively. Here, from one system, you can see the current status of all your online Magento storefronts, generate reports, solve possible issues during integration and synchronization with EasyERP, create new products and publish them into ecommerce channels.

 

Here in this Magento overview you can get the basics of how Magento and EasyERP work with each other. In further articles about Magento you can find more deep and detailed information related to this ecommerce platform and its work with EasyERP. To avoid possible pitfalls and common issues faced with integration of these two systems we recommend read carefully each topic and prepare backup before you start work with EasyERP.

 

Note: this Magento overview and introduction is oriented for Magento 2.0 version and above for Community and/or Enterprise editions.

 

First things that should be mentioned in Magento overview and introduction is that EasyERP is master in synchronization and the order of this process. Also we need to tell you what kind of data can be integrated and synchronized between Magento platform and EasyERP system. Here is also shown the data and its synchronization order:

 

  1. Products from EasyERP to Magento shop;
  2. Inventory from EasyERP to Magento shop;
  3. Products from Magento shop to EasyERP;
  4. Customers from Magento shop to EasyERP;
  5. Orders from Magento shop to EasyERP;
  6. Payments from Magento shop to EasyERP.

 

As well our Magento overview should mention that synchronization happens every 15 minutes. So if you did some changes on your online Shopify storefront then it will not be immediately reflected in EasyERP system.