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Import and process DTC (Retail) Shopping cart orders, maintain stock accuracy and stay on top of Tax.

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Cash Sales

If you use your shopping cart features to pick, pack, and ship your orders, you can import your cart orders into as Cash Sales.

Cash Sales will update your Accounting General Ledger and your stock levels.

Sales Orders

You can import your Cart Orders as Sales Orders. You can then use the fulfillment features in to pick, pack, and ship the orders.

You can create the Cash Sale from the Sales Order to update your Accounting General Ledger and your stock levels.

One system for B2B and DTC (Retail) ecommerce

Unified sales, fulfillment, and accounting data eliminates duplication and consolidation issues. No more errors, and no time wasted.

Unified accounting and reporting

You can instantly report the overall picture because your B2B and DTC (Retail) accounting is unified and always in sync. No more time wasted consolidating Excel sheets.

One source of inventory truth

Stock accuracy is assured at all times in your cart(s), other sales channels, and stockroom(s).

No more missed orders caused by stock inaccuracies.

Avoid Sales Tax and compliance issues

It’s easy and dangerous to fall short of accurate tax collection and reporting.

We’ve got you covered. You can:

One unified and real time source of truth for your customer, orders, inventory, accounting, and tax data.


Can import orders from Shopify channels, e.g. Etsy, Meta, etc?
Yes. Shopify can be used as proxy to pull orders from popular b2c markets. Where tax is collected by the end point, e.g. Meta we can detect and ensure the commensurate update to the relevant tax liability GL account.

For example, Meta (Facebook, Instagram, etc) has Nexus in all US States and will collect Sales Tax from your Customer. They’ll also pay that tax to the relevant state. The Tax balance collected will show up on the Sales Order. Your Salesorder system will recognize this and not post the tax liability to your General ledger.

Yes, all of our cart integrations can push the stock level to your cart.

As many as you like.
Based on the cart vendor, e.g. Shopify, our system will update the order status as appropriate.
Depending upon the shipping address of the Cart Order, and the cart’s tax features, your cart will collect the Sales Tax as specified by you in the Order capture process. Any Sales Tax collected will be included in the details on the Sales Order imported to your System.

These Tax amounts are represented by a Line Item. When the Cash Sale is created from the commensurate Sales Order, the line items will post the Tax Liability to your General Ledger.

For more guidance on Tax functionality, get in touch at
Shipments in retrieve the Shipping Method and Charges from your Shipping vendor end point, e.g. UPS Worldship, Fedex Manager etc. The Shipment posts this detail to the Sales Order, which updates the Order in your Cart.
The Woocommerce integration supports this feature. The other integrations, Shopify, Magento, and BigCommerce do not. In these latter cases you should update your Product Catalogs using the Cart update features.