Shopify is one of the fastest-growing and most popular storefronts amongst NetSuite customers. In a competitive environment, it is critical for Shopify and NetSuite ERP data to be automatically synchronized, so orders can be perfectly fulfilled in a timely manner -- particularly with the upcoming spike in the holiday season.
Celigo has written the book on Shopify and NetSuite integration, having connected hundreds of customers with every imaginable use case between these two applications. This experience has lead to the development of Celigo’s premier Shopify-NetSuite Integration App -- by far the most advanced and robust integration between Shopify and NetSuite.
In this webinar, we'll share our expertise and discuss the following topics around automating business processes with Shopify and NetSuite:
- Common integration use cases between Shopify and NetSuite
- Best practices when connecting these two applications
- Your options for approaching the integration
- The differences between accelerators/recipes and integration apps
- An overview/demo of Celigo and the Shopify-NetSuite prebuilt integration app
- And much more!
Watch the webinar now by completing the registration form today!
About the speakers
Mannan Khanna, Sr. Technical Implementation Consultant, Celigo
Mannan brings his background in Manufacturing and Supply Chain to Celigo as a Senior Integration Consultant. He currently works out of our headquarters in San Mateo and focuses on a range of eCommerce, Finance and other high-tech software and integrations
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.