eCommerce iLab - FAQ
1. Is eCommerce iLab connector an iPaas?
Yes, eCommerce iLab is an iPaaS for eCommerce, ERP & CRM integrations.
2. Why should I choose an eCommerce iLab connector instead of building my own integration system?
Building an integration system on your own requires a huge amount of time and money. eCommerce iLab is an integration solution provider with pre-built connectors through which you bring down your monthly spending and trim down your overall timeline. First, when you’re on the cloud, you don’t have to worry about hosting. Second, we offer a wide range of support throughout most of the ERP systems and eCommerce platforms and, even if you switch applications in the future, we will take care of your integrations so you can focus on the business.
3. How long will it take to setup your integration using eCommerce iLab connector?
It takes as little as 2-4 hours to set up the integration.
4. Do you offer customized solutions for our integration?
Yes, we do. We understand that every business requirement is different and unique. We can implement any degree of customization for your integration to delight you. Talk to us to know more about this, by Scheduling a Demo or sending an email to [email protected]
5. How do I get started with eCommerce ERP Integration?
All you have to do is to schedule a Free One-on-One demo with our experts at your convenient date and time. Get complete guidance on the step-by-step process and the benefits of eCommerce ERP Integration when using eCommerce iLab.
6. What is the difference between real-time integration and asynchronous integration?
Real-time integration implies data synchronization between the integrated systems as soon as the data gets created, modified or deleted in one of the systems. This is especially important in scenarios such as order updation between systems where the systems should reflect accurate real time stock levels. Asynchronous integration is the feature that lets you setup schedule (time) and frequency for data sync between systems. Unlike real-time integration, the data transfer between systems happens on a set schedule.