• Slatwall Commerce’s open integration structure allows enterprise ERP solutions to sync only the data required.
  • Developer-friendly architecture empowers technology teams to do what they do best.
  • Fully-featured platforms require less customization to get set up and running.
  • Headless commerce gives front end developers and designers the opportunity to build and create customer experiences using their preferred CMS, technologies, and design stack, therefore, speeding up the implementation process.

Better integration core and less custom development combined with a modern commerce service mean building storefronts is faster.

With a feature-rich core and layouts and integrations already in place, Slatwall Commerce will get your storefronts launched faster. The developer-friendly architecture allows technology teams to work faster, write less code and spend time optimizing rather than connecting systems.

Development teams can leverage a flexible integration framework to build an integration between their ERP platform and Slatwall Commerce. If customizations are necessary, the openness and full-coverage API makes it possible to quickly update and modify ERP connections. Slatwall Commerce is built to be integrated with external business systems.

At the beginning of the development process, addressing the need to synchronize and update large data collections is a daunting task. Slatwall Commerce provides the option to run direct data imports through the UI or through direct API connections. Development teams can choose a migration plan that matches their skillset. Each migration option gives the same level of data access and control. 

Once a new storefront has launched, maintaining data consistency between Slatwall and the ERP platform requires automated data synchronization. But each business has unique data structures and sync requirements, so how does Slatwall manage those business rules? Through a collection of tools and workflows, Slatwall allows technical teams to control and modify data synchronization processes from the Slatwall dashboard. With the ability to control key business processes from the dashboard, technical users are writing no (or significantly less code), therefore speeding up the launch process. 

Beyond the integration with the ERP and data migration, the storefront is the final, and most visible, piece of the eCommerce launch project. As a headless commerce platform, Slatwall Commerce has no strict requirements on how the storefront is built out. No required CMS platform, scripting language, or templates - just the freedom to build the exact storefront that’s needed by the business with complete creative and design freedom.

Not only are you launching a storefront, but a customer service portal designed to improve customer self-service experiences while increasing repeat purchases and loyalty. Slatwall can deliver both customer touchpoints with a rapid speed-to-launch as a result of the flexibility of the framework.

Customizations, settings, and database tools allow development teams to reduce or eliminate the need for custom platform development. Not only does that save time, but reduces cost and implementation budgets.

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