Shopify is set to integrate platforms with AIMS360 ERM software.

In an effort to streamline data collection and order management, Shopify has integrated its e-commerce platform into AIMS 360 ERP software. Users will now be able to share data, and manage inventory, shipping and tracking details from a single location.

Rising e-commerce sales call for discovering and implementing efficiencies. Shahin Kohan, chief executive officer of AIMS 360, said, “Many companies in the fashion industry don’t use ERP systems and have to update inventory and sales data from Shopify and other e-commerce platforms in Excel spreadsheets by hand. […] This can create all kinds of challenges in inventory management, order processing and shipping.”

In addition to eliminating the need to transfer information manually, the integration also facilitates seamless order updating. Shipping information is automatically refreshed so customers can view the most recent order status to track it accordingly. Fully scalable with cloud functionality, style matrix and style cost sheets are available to merchandisers and product development departments.

What’s more, brands have the ability to manage wholesale and retail prices separately. Assigned percentages of inventory can be reserved for specific accounts as well. “AIMS 360 purpose is to provide our customers with an efficient, hassle-free way to manage their e-commerce so that they get paid on time and ship on time. AIMS 360 will save users time and money while improving their ability to process more orders,” said Kohan.

AIMS 360 has successfully helped retailers, manufacturers, wholesalers and importers manage their businesses with its suite of software. The new partnership with Shopify marks its next step in supporting intuitive processes for the e-commerce sector.

Shopify’s integration with AIMS 360 ERP will facilitate faster processing and align formerly segregated business procedures enabling brands to reallocate time and resources elsewhere.

A leader in e-commerce platforms, Shopify supports online business models from marketing to secure payment methods. Shopify promotes mobile commerce with its app that allows users to access store analytics, fulfill orders, and contact a customer all from a smartphone.