BigCommerce, an eCommerce platform that provides software as a service to retailers is now integrated with the Multi-vendor Marketplace app for Shopify.
This integration will help the marketplace sellers to connect their BigCommerce stores with the admin’s Shopify store.
Using the connector, sellers selling on BigCommerce can auto-sync their products with the admin’s marketplace. Also, the sellers can import their products from BigCommerce to Shopify.
Accordingly, inventory will be managed at both ends once an order is created/updated for the seller’s product at BigCommerce or at Shopify.
You can enable the BigCommerce Connector from the “Feature App” section of the app.
Let’s dig deeper to know more about the BigCommerce Connector.
How to Enable?
Go to the Feature App section and enable the BigCommerce Connector feature app.
Then, approve the additional charge of $25 USD/month over and above your current Multi-vendor app plan.
Admin Panel Configuration
To configure the settings, visit the admin panel Configurations>>Connector Configuration>>select the connector.
From here, you can configure the settings.
Seller Panel Configuration
Now, the seller needs to manage the configuration from the Multi-vendor seller panel. Go to seller panel Configuration>>BigCommerce Configuration.
The seller will configure the BigCommerce details such as store hash, unit weight, store currency, dimension unit, access token. Moreover, the seller can choose if he/she wants to auto-sync newly added products or not.
The sellers will get all the details from their BigCommerce stores by creating API accounts.
How To Create an API Account?
To create an API account, the seller needs to login to his/her BigCommerce store.
Now, go to Advanced Settings.
Scroll down to get API Accounts menu. Click on it and proceed to create an API account.
Enter the following details:-
Seller Panel Configuration
As soon as the admin enables the BigCommerce feature, a new sub-menu gets added to the Configuration menu of the app i.e. BigCommerce Configuration.
Visiting the BigCommerce Connector section, the seller needs to enter the details such as store hash, weight unit, currency, dimension unit and access token. Next in this guide, we will see how to get access token.
How to Get Access Token?
While creating an API account, enter the details and click the Save button. A pop-up appears from where you will get the access token.
Seller Importing Products – BigCommerce to Shopify
After all these settings, the seller will proceed to import products from his/her BigCommerce store to the admin’s Shopify store.
Clicking the Import Product button, the seller will have two methods to import products.
Method 1: the seller will enter the comma-separated product IDs (that the seller wants to import).
Method 2: Select a range and import products.
The seller can register or unregister BigCommerce webhooks from the seller panel. For this, login to seller panel>>go to BigCommerce Configuration>>BigCommerce Webhooks.
Let the sellers create price rules to manage the product price of the seller’s Square up POS to the merchant’s store.
Sellers will have a new menu named Connector Price Rule in the configuration menu of the app.
From here, the seller can create price rules based on which the seller’s product price will be calculated on the merchant’s store.
Now, the seller needs to enable “Price Rule” status and select the options as increase/decrease price, the price will be changed by a fixed amount or a percentage amount, enter the amount that needs to be changed.
Now, enable the checkbox to update sync product’s price at the merchant’s store as per the price rule created.
Follow the below link to use the demo of Multi-vendor Marketplace app: https://multivendor-marketplace-5.myshopify.com/
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