Route orders from any online store to Amazon FBA for fulfillment
For users of Amazon's fulfillment services it is common to ship a large number of goods to their FBA program. These items stored in Amazon's warehouses are typically used for orders placed on Amazon, but can be used selectively by the seller as dropship orders originally placed on their other webstores if they sell the same product lines. Unify Desktop now enables FBA sellers to utilize this tool to selectively send orders to FBA for fulfillment, increasing flexibility and shipping speed.
Print Group Items from QuickBooks as individual parts on Packing Slips for increased visibility
Group Items set up in QuickBooks can now be automatically swapped out for their associated contents on the Packing Slip generated by Unify. This provides your customer with a detailed slip of the actual units in the box, not just the packaged group item.
Record fees from Stripe
Now users who process payments online using Stripe will be able to add their Stripe connection to any online store to collect per transaction fees. Orders that are charged through Stripe can have their fees automatically download and posted as a line item on the original transaction, or as a separate bill - giving you real-time profitability on Stripe processed sales.
Pinnacle Cart, 3DCart, Square Updates
Pinnacle Cart option for downloading State Code or State Name in order details
Provided the ability to selectively modify orders downloaded from Pinnacle Cart to use the full name spelling of US States or two letter abbreviations, often helpful in standardizing the way users ship to their customers
3DCart REST API Order Download Improvements and Advanced Options support
3DCart's REST API is now fully functional and has officially replaced their former SOAP API
This change to Unify assures that orders download in a fast and efficient manner whether automatically or manually downloaded by the user.
Process Square Orders based on Payment and Shipping status
Square's default order statuses are sometimes difficult for users to identify if the order was successfully paid and processed, or remains unpaid and unshipped. As such, we provided an alternate method to process Square orders by their payment status and shipment status. This replaces the NA status for orders from Square with either Unpaid and Unshipped, Paid and Unshipped, Paid and Shipped or Unpaid and Shipped so that a user can properly process transactions to accounting based on their fulfillment status.
Interface and usability updates
Added separate configuration screen for Payment Processor fees
Product Options field added to Product Mapping Screen for ease of use
Notify user of the SKUs of Assembly Builds unable to be completed due to insufficient inventory when auto-building quantity on order posting
The above updates addressed feedback on general usability and interface streamlining to make for increased simplicity in order management.
SSL to TLS 1.1 and 1.2 update
SSL 3.0 support swapped for TLS protocol for all major connections
SSL 3.0 is now an officially deprecated security protocol. As such we have proactively updated all of our major cart connections to use TLS, avoiding any future disruptions or security risks from the protocol switch. You're covered!