WooCommerce is a free e-commerce plugin for WordPress. Small to large-sized online merchants use this plugin to sell things. A survey in 2015 indicates that WooCommerce ran on 30% of e-commerce sites and millions of active installs. The specialty about it is, It is free based product and an open source. Also, it is simple to install and customize.
Sell anything: Without considering the kind of thing, it can be sold, be it real products, digital downloads, their time, accommodation or even a subscription. This plugin enables you to set up a store to help them sell it online.
Shipment options: It supports flat rate shipping and drop shipping. It enables you to open your store worldwide or if you want, you can limit the shipments to specific places. – Payment
Payment options: It supports most of the payment options like major credit cards, PayPal, BACS (bank transfers), and cash on delivery.
Customizable: Expandable, adaptable, and open source. With its strong framework, client’s store can be changed all the way from basic to high-end.
Following are the integration touch points available within Microsoft Dynamics NAV :
- Products (Images | Cross-Sell & Upsell links | Web Texts)
- Inventory & Stock Levels
- Customer Accounts
Technology used :
WooCommerce handles tiny JSON files sent by MS Dynamics NAV. These files create or update the necessary records in the WooCommerce database.
The Job Queue within Microsoft Dynamics NAV takes care of the communication between both the systems.
Benefits of integration :
- Reduce Time to Replenish Inventory
- Process Orders Quickly
- Automate Financial Entry Improve
- Avoid ‘Out of Stock’
- Track Guest Checkouts
- Customer Satisfaction
The WooCommerce Connector is available in following versions :
- Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016
- Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017
Other most common NAV add-ons: