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eCommerce Integrations

Connect your critical systems for efficiency, insights, and improved customer experiences.

The Why

Successful organizations leverage many different systems to achieve results — ERP, CRM, eCommerce platforms, accounting, analytics, marketing automation, channel/marketplace integrations, warehouse, fulfillment, and more. You manage to make them work within their own silos, but what’s lost in the process?

Imagine if all your systems shared the same data seamlessly and efficiently. We can make it happen.

“I feel like I’m missing key insights because my systems don’t share data.”
“I have no way to create reports with data from separate systems.”
“My business processes are slow and inefficient and we spend too much time transferring information.”
“Our service suffers because necessary information isn’t always available to the people that need it.”
...just to name a few, of course.

How Atlantic BT Helps You

We’ll help you connect all your information systems together -- securely and reliably.

Clear Insights

When your systems share data, you benefit from clearer insights.

Reduced Frustration

How often do your people complain about the extra work it takes to complete routine tasks?

Increased Efficiency

When your organization is focused on your customers and the mission at hand, rather than manually entering data, your business will grow.

Customer Experience

You can offer better service to your customers when your people and your customers can get faster access to the information they need.

Enhanced Security

The exchange of data between systems can be secured by policies and meet compliance standards. The way your people are exchanging data to work around your unconnected systems — emails, spreadsheets, paper, chat messages — would frighten the most seasoned information security professional.

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Related Services


eCommerce Integration Consulting

Making sure you have the right data integration strategy for your eCommerce initiatives is critical to project success. We will explore your requirements, understand your environment, and put together an integration strategy that guarantees a successful outcome.


ERP Integration

We specialize in integrating eCommerce systems with ERP systems. We’ve worked with dozens of different vendors and know how to make your ERP integration successful with your eCommerce platform. From Apprise to Microsoft Dynamics to SAP, we’ve got you covered.


Accounting Integration

Integrate your accounting system directly into your eCommerce platform for better insights and financial control. We have integrated all types of accounting systems from Quickbooks to Apprise and Dynamics.


Point of Sales (POS) Integration

POS integration helps your eCommerce system connect with your retail environment. Inventory, pricing, product information — we can connect it all, saving you time and money to better serve your customers.


Marketing Automation Integration

Marketing automation is critical to most eCommerce success, but only when the data is integrated. Imagine the power of building workflows, campaigns around realtime information from all of your connected systems. Shopping cart abandonment, specials on routinely ordered products, products related to items already purchased.


Custom Integration

Whatever you’ve got — if it’s got data we can integrate with it. We love a good challenge so let us know what you need connected and we’ll make it happen!

eCommerce Case Studies

Art Supplies
After facing a security breach, Jerry’s Artarama needed a new strategy moving forward. An in-depth Magento security audit helped stop and prevent further issues.
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Bob Barker Site Home Page
The right technology will streamline operations and boost sales. See how Atlantic BT unified Bob Barker’s eCommerce tools into a single platform.
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Questions & Answers

How much does custom eCommerce cost?
A custom eCommerce store could cost anywhere from $12,000/year to millions. Variable factors include the amount of custom features, the complexity of design, setup investments, training, and maintenance. Check out how to determine the cost of a custom eCommerce store.
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How do I build a WordPress eCommerce website?
There are two strategies to build eCommerce into your existing Wordpress site. First, you need to figure out if you need a complete eCommerce platform (ie. you need to sell many products, complex products, integration into other systems, etc.). The reason this matters is there are many eCommerce plugins for Wordpress with limited functionalities.
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What is Magento eCommerce?
Magento is an increasingly popular eCommerce platform. It is written in PHP on the ZEND framework and is distributed under the Open Source Initiative.
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How do I find out what eCommerce platform a site is using?
There are a couple different ways to determine the technologies a site is using. Firstly, if you are technically savvy, you can right click on an eCommerce page (either catalog, checkout page, etc) and look at the source code. Many platforms will have hints in the source code that will give you an idea what the site is running.
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How do I start an eCommerce business?
The most important thing to consider is your competitive advantage over others that may compete for the same type of eCommerce store. Low barriers to entry is both a pro and con to eCommerce.
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What is an eCommerce platform?
An eCommerce platform is software that online businesses use to build functions needed to conduct business. The platform may be as simple as a catalog and shopping cart, but traditionally "platform" refers to a more robust set of tools and services.
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What is the difference between eCommerce and eBusiness?
Because people like to define these terms to suit their purposes, there are many different definitions of eBusiness and eCommerce. We define eBusiness as completing primary business functions online.
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