The Basics: How Unify Enterprise Edition Connects To Online Stores

The Webgility Store Module is the most important component of the Unify Enterprise and online store integration. For PHP carts, the store module allows Unify Enterprise to communicate with the online store, while keeping the online store database secure.   

The store module is utilized by Unify Enterprise, Unify, Shiplark, and Shiplark for FedEx.

The Webgility Store Module can be installed in the store in three ways:

  • The Unify Enterprise Software
  • FTP client (FireFTP or FileZilla)
  • By extension into the admin area of an online store

PHP carts

These carts require the module to be installed either with the software or by using a FTP client. These carts are: 

 Avactis, Claim the Web, CS-Cart, CubeCart, Interspire, LiveCart, Loaded Commerce, OpenCart, osCmax, osCommerce, Pinnacle Cart, Shop-Script, SunShop, Ubercart (Drupal 6), ViArt Shop, X-Cart, and Zen Cart   

 

PHP carts with extensions

Although these carts are PHP carts, the Webgility Store module can be installed as an extension into the backend of the admin area. 

These carts are: 

Drupal Commerce, Magento, Shopp, PrestaShop, redSHOP, Ubercart (Drupal 7), VirtueMart, WooCommerce, WP e-Commerce Plugin, WP Online Store plugin, and WordPress-osCommere plugin 

 

Hosted Carts

These carts connect to Unify Enterprise using the built-in API that sends encrypted information between the online store and Unify Enterprise.  Therefore the Webgility Store module is not required. These carts are:  

Bigcommerce, 3dcart, Shopify, Mal's E-Commerce, Volusion and Yahoo! Store.   

 

Marketplaces

All marketplaces have their own way of connecting Unify Enterprise to their API. Therefore the Webgility Store Module is not required.  These marketplaces are: 

Amazon US/UK, eBay US, eBay UK (beta) and Etsy.  

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