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 Integration for E-commerce

E-commerce, or electronic commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods and services over the internet or other electronic networks. It involves the use of electronic transactions, such as online payments, to facilitate the exchange of goods and services.

E-commerce can take many forms, including B2B (business-to-business), B2C (business-to-consumer), C2C (consumer-to-consumer), and even C2B (consumer-to-business). Some common examples of e-commerce include online shopping websites, online auction sites, digital marketplaces, and mobile applications.

With the arrival of cloud computing, in order to manage their business operations most e-commerce companies have moved away from using monolithic applications, to more  distributed - individual SaaS (Software as a Service) based applications, many of which are developed by independent vendors with focus in specific business areas. For eg. Netsuite for ERP, SalesForce for CRM, Shipstation for shipping and Shopify for the sales front end and order management. For the effective working of the organization, data and information needs to be shared across different platforms and applications. This is accomplished primarily through  integration tools which have a number of pre-built connectors enabling the seamless communication between the various systems. We use Celigo and Dell Boomi  for creating these integrations between applications for our clients.

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