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eCommerce integrations that Increase your Sales for 2021

Rishya S
December 18, 2020 |

The global pandemic has attracted consumers all over the world to e-shopping having businesses thrive in the eCommerce marketplace. In 2020, eCommerce retail revenue has boomed to a whopping 4.2 trillion dollars, and it’s projected at 4.9 trillion in 2021, according to Statista. 

At DCKAP, as we talk to our clients innovating and thriving during the pandemic, we have figured out that nothing can be done without adequate support. So, your eCommerce website is only as good as the integrations and the support partners that it does have. Most of the entrepreneurs and business owners that we speak to have already been booming online, exploring this new industry has been quite a challenge for new e-retailers and the pandemic has made 2020 arduous.

But, exploring the integrations with the right eCommerce partner would surely help you propel your growth and navigate the difficult waters of 2020 in 2021. 

What are eCommerce Integrations?

This is where integrations come into the picture. eCommerce integrations are back-end applications that are in sync or co-ordination with the front-end. Now, each business has different integrations depending on the business type. They could be an ERP, CRM, CMS, PIM, Accounting System, etc. Every integration has its benefit to adding to a business, like an ERP is useful for Inventory and Order Management reducing the human error and many more. 

Stepping into 2021, we are bringing you some highly essential eCommerce integrations that will increase your sales 

  • Cloras
  • flexiPIM


Cloras is an Enterprise ERP integration platform that can connect, sync, and automate any number and type of business applications ranging from ERP, eCommerce, and CRM applications from one console.

20201 will be crucial for business growth demanding maximum efficiency and seamless experience in business functions. Managing these operations on different systems manually can be ineffective, expensive, insecure, and inaccurate despite all the additional staff and resources catered to this purpose. Cloras solves all these integration challenges and it allows them to have data synchronized and available across different stores and different systems.


flexiPIM is a product information and content management system that centralizes the data and channelizes your efforts. It’s much easier to access product data and it also saves cost. flexiPIM helps companies manage products seamlessly and saves a significant amount of time. With the finest features, flexiPIM also supports major platforms like Magento, BigCommerce, Shopify, and SAP Hybris.

When businesses deal with products and content coming in from multiple sources, PIMs (Product Information Management Systems) allow consistency across the different channels and platforms. It is the only repository of the data to prevent inaccuracies, conflicts, or any delays. PIMs reduce management efforts, cost, risk, and increase data quality. 

Integrations have become essential for most businesses. There can be numerous integrations that can be incorporated into your store and the list can go on. Choosing the right one can be daunting given all the options available. They are the best investments, and offer better ROI with optimal time to value.

Key takeaways:

In a nutshell, having the right support system for your eCommerce business is surely going to help you thrive. With all of the aforementioned integrations available in our DCKAP suite, you would surely be able to find the right match for your business and reach the right customer base. 

Rishya S

Rishya is a Business Analyst at DCKAP. She found her calling in the year 2019 and has since explored different opportunities in the said field. Her KRA entails Project Management, but she is also largely involved in pre-sales activities. She has a knack for learning new things which help her both-personally and professionally. Additionally, she also dons many different hats of an aspiring writer, traveler, and photographer.

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