The Ins and Outs of Integrating WooCommerce and NetSuite – Webinar

The Ins and Outs of Integrating WooCommerce and NetSuite – Webinar2019-10-29T19:44:40+00:00
On-Demand Webinar

Ins and Outs of Integrating WooCommerce and NetSuite

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Basang Malunov Basang Malunov HEAD OF PRODUCT DEV & SALES
Nova Module
Rico Andrade Rico Andrade VP OF MARKETING

Are manual processes causing delays or errors, making it difficult to scale and meet buyer expectations? If you are using the WooCommerce platform to conduct your ecommerce operations, it’s important to make sure data is synchronized with your ERP and ecommerce systems.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to integrate WooCommerce operations into your ecommerce systems. In this webinar, we discuss:

  • Best practices and tips from working with hundreds of WooCommerce and NetSuite customers
  • An overview of the WooCommerce - NetSuite integration
  • Anecdotes of merchants that have successfully integrated WooCommerce-NetSuite
  • And much more

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About the speakers

Basang Malunov, Head of Product Development and Sales, Nova Module

Basang Malunov has 14 years in the iPaaS industry, and is an experienced SaaS (iSaaS) professional focused on building and implementing cloud-based integration products. His primary expertise is in the development and implementation of cloud-based integration products and solution architecture. Having spent over 11 years with Celigo before founding Nova Module, he continues to be one of our biggest evangelists, and a self-proclaimed fan of "cutting-edge cloud integration platforms such as

Rico Andrade, VP of Marketing, Celigo

Rico oversees Celigo’s marketing organization, where is he is responsible for the company’s brand, messaging, demand generation, outreach programs, events, and communications.

Prior to joining Celigo, Rico was VP of Marketing at iCharts, significantly enhancing the company’s visibility and reputation inside the NetSuite ecosystem. He spent 13 years as the Executive Producer at Transvideo Studios, where he worked closely on marketing strategy with some of the biggest companies in Silicon Valley.

In addition, Rico also ran his own consulting company, traveled the world teaching innovation and design as part of the Stanford’s initiative, and helped launch Unreasonable at Sea with the Unreasonable Group.

Rico holds degrees in Computer Science and Communication from Stanford University.