We’ve got some exciting updates for all Magento 2 users! Our order management system is ready to integrate even more seamlessly with this eCommerce platform.
During the last few months, we worked carefully to offer you a better user experience and optimize the existing features. Follow along to see what’s new!
We’re not just talking about bug fixes and small optimizations here and there. But we redesigned the whole interface of Megaventory’s settings in Magento.
We added separate tabs for each category of settings, for better clarity and easy navigation. This optimized design is not only easy on the eye, but it also helps you find the settings you need much easier.
Mapping the Magento 2 Payment Methods
Megaventory and Magento 2 can both track the Payment Methods for sales, but before this update, these were not passed from Magento 2 to our order management system. The application automatically used “none” for this field in the Sales Orders.
The administrator can now set up the mapping between the two systems. This means that the Payment Methods from Magento can correspond to those in Megaventory.
This improvement will help you save time, by automatically filling in the correct data for Sales Orders coming from Magento 2.
We’re bringing even more ways to customize your integration!
Define the Store View that will transfer data to Megaventory
As you may know, Magento 2 allows you to create Store Views, so that shoppers from different regions have access to their native language, regional currency, number format, and so on. So it’s essential that the order management app you’re using can accurately mirror this data.
That’s why we made it possible for users to choose which Store View they will use for transferring data to the Megaventory database.
Define the supplier, purchase price, and barcode information
We’re now allowing you to associate multiple attributes of a Magento ID to their correspondents in Megaventory: Supplier, Purchase Price, Barcode, Shipping SKU, and Discount SKU.
This ensures that even more essential data is passed between the two apps, making it easier for you to track Magento inventory and orders. So you’ll be doing less back and forth for checking and transferring data. On top of this, we’re further reducing the risk of human error.
Is real-time sync not for you?
No worries, you’re now allowed to disable it.
By doing so, your Magento 2 orders will be synchronized every 5 minutes.
This prevents system delays when too many orders are coming in at the same time. You certainly don’t want your website to freeze during checkout!
This is also useful to give time to your clients to change their order before they have been passed to Megaventory and they start going through the fulfillment process.
Level up your Magento 2 order management system
Now you should have a better idea about what you can do with our Magento 2 integration. So it’s time to put that knowledge into practice.
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Otherwise, let’s take it from the beginning!
Ștefania Bulgaru is a Digital Marketer for Megaventory, the online inventory management system that can help medium-sized companies synchronize stock over multiple stores. She believes that good communication can solve almost any problem and she likes to stay up to date with the latest digital marketing technologies.