WooCommerce is a self hosted ecommerce software solution with an API for seamless integration.
In order for Stock2Shop to facilitate integration with WooCommerce to supported ERP / accounting systems and/or third party logistic (3PL) services, we need access to the WooCommerce API.
In the below documentation we will be covering:
In order for Stock2Shop to connect with WooCommerce, we require the following:
For steps on how to set up the WooCommerce Legacy API v3 and creating a set of REST API keys, read here. If you run into difficulties, a Stock2Shop technician can assist with creating the API Keys.
For steps on enabling the WooCommerce webhook, read here.
Stock2Shop can sync SKU, title, description, short description, stock, weight, dimensions, an image, product relationships (parent-child), categorisation and price from your Stock2Shop console to WooCommerce.
To understand more about the concept of products in Stock2Shop, read here.
In order for Stock2Shop to receive orders from WooCommerce, the “orders update” webhook needs to be enabled. A Stock2Shop technician will take you through the steps of adding the URL to the webhook that has been created in WooCommerce. Once the webhook has been setup and configured, Stock2Shop will start to receive orders from WooCommerce as they are being placed.
To understand more about the concept of orders and the order process in Stock2Shop, read here.
Orders that have been synced from WooCommerce to your source (ERP / accounting system) successfully can trigger a fulfillment request to your 3PL service.
To understand more about the concept of fulfillments and the fulfillments process in Stock2Shop, read here.
We would love to take you through a no-obligation demonstration of how Stock2Shop passes data between systems. Fill out the form below, and a salesperson will be in touch to arrange a conference call, or to simply contact us for more information.