Custom RMS ecommerce integration


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Sandy

Hi, I need some research help. Does anyone know who's capable of
doing a custom integration with our current shopping cart and RMS? We
are a toy manufacturer, with multiple locations and stores throughout
the US and abroad, and we are also using Microsoft Head Quarters.
Corporate has invested about a quarter of a million into our current
cart and I'm going to lose my job if I introduce any unproven
solutions and promises. Who can help? Maybe there's a better
solution for us, maybe not. Corporate has invested so much money into
our website and cart very difficult to convince the boss and
developers into walking away. I'm not very technical, but I can ask
the developers questions if you have any. Now you know my dilemma,
HELP!

Sandy
 
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TomT

Sandy,

I am currently using a customized version of WebIntegrator from NewWest
Technologies
to download orders from our website.
It functions great and the support I recieved was very good.
They even set it up to enter the order directly into RMS as a Workorder for
any domestic order
so there is no touch by Customer Service needed.
Their site is http://www.newestech.com/

TomT Cherrybrook Pet Supplies
 
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Jeff T

Sandy,

What is the shopping cart you are currently using?

Regards,

Jeff Taraby
eVision Systems
 
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Sandy

Like I stated earlier it's a custom cart. I will add that we are
hosting our own site using a linux server and mySQL for the
database.

Sandy
 
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Sandy

It's a custom cart like I stated developed by our internal staff and
nothing you'll find out on the net. We've got our own inhouse linux
server and the database is mySQL.

Sandra
 
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kosmoscentral

http://www.kosmoscentral.com/ecommerce/rms-integration/

Sandy, Kosmos Central would be a perfect fit for you. We've done
multiple custom ecommerce integrations for a large number of clients
and your site would be no different. From what I understand you'll
need a custom Web Service that will communicate with RMS and your
existing shopping cart database. Our current Kosmos Web Service
package already communicates with X-Cart and Newestech's Web
Integrator (as mentioned above) for RMS so making the adjustments to
communicate with your Database would not be a problem at all. Just
time and labor charges to get the custom development done and tested
to your specifications.
We also have a full staff of developers, designers, web marketers and
content writers to help support every aspect of your web site if
needed.

Our solution is also portable and will allow you to host on your own
servers too.

Please call us regarding those specifications and we can begin by
offering you a quote on costs along with a list of current custom web
service clients for your reference.

Thank You,
Alex Skorohodov
Director of Sales and Marketing
503-977-0171
 
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Jeff T

Sandra,

We have integrated RMS with different shopping carts including our own. I
approached one of our developers on it and the only variable depends on the
business logic built into the cart already. There is a possibility that we
have something in the way of a solution. Please feel free to contact me if
you have would like some more information.
jtaraby(AT)evisionsys.com

Jeff Taraby
eVision Systems
 
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kosmoscentral

http://www.kosmoscentral.com/ecommerce/rms-integration/

Sandy, looks like you will need a custom Web Service for your shopping
cart. Whether it was built off an open source platform or not, I'm
sure it's been customized to the point your developers and management
are very reluctant to change anything. Kosmos Central has developed a
multiple number of custom web services for existing clients that will
communicate with RMS through the Web Integrator by New West
Technologies. Our current solution out of the box will work for the
latest version of X-Cart and OSCommerce. The Web Integrator is the
piece that sits on your RMS server and pushes your RMS inventory and
product information to the website. From there we can develop a Web
Service that will grab that information and parse it properly into
your shopping cart database, thus keeping your inventory and product
information accurate online. This is not a huge undertaking, but not
a job that will take just a week to complete either.

Please contact us so we can discuss your specifications and we can
move forward with providing an estimate or quote for your shopping
carts own custom web service.

Thank You,
Alex
http://www.kosmoscentral.com
 
K

Kosmos Central

Sandy, looks like you will need a custom Web Service for your shopping
cart. Whether it was built off an open source platform or not, I'm
sure it's been customized to the point your developers and management
are very reluctant to change anything. Kosmos Central has developed a
multiple number of custom web services for existing clients that will
communicate with RMS through the Web Integrator by New West
Technologies. Our current solution out of the box will work for the
latest version of X-Cart and OSCommerce. The Web Integrator is the
piece that sits on your RMS server and pushes your RMS inventory and
product information to the website. From there we can develop a Web
Service that will grab that information and parse it properly into
your shopping cart database, thus keeping your inventory and product
information accurate online. This is not a huge undertaking, but not
a job that will take just a week to complete either.

See: http://www.kosmoscentral.com/ecommerce/rms-integration/

Please contact us so we can discuss your specifications and we can
move forward with providing an estimate or quote for your shopping
carts own custom web service.

Thank You,
Kosmos Sales
http://www.kosmoscentral.com
 
K

Kosmos Central

Hi, I need some research help. Does anyone know who's capable of
doing a custom integration with our current shopping cart andRMS? We
are a toy manufacturer, with multiple locations and stores throughout
the US and abroad, and we are also using Microsoft Head Quarters.
Corporate has invested about a quarter of a million into our current
cart and I'm going to lose my job if I introduce any unproven
solutions and promises. Who can help? Maybe there's a better
solution for us, maybe not. Corporate has invested so much money into
our website and cart very difficult to convince the boss and
developers into walking away. I'm not very technical, but I can ask
the developers questions if you have any. Now you know my dilemma,
HELP!

Sandy

Sandy, looks like you will need a custom Web Service for your shopping
cart. Whether it was built off an open source platform or not, I'm
sure it's been customized to the point your developers and management
are very reluctant to change anything. Kosmos Central has developed a
multiple number of custom web services for existing clients that will
communicate with RMS through the Web Integrator by New West
Technologies. Our current solution out of the box will work for the
latest version of X-Cart and OSCommerce. The Web Integrator is the
piece that sits on your RMS server and pushes your RMS inventory and
product information to the website. From there we can develop a Web
Service that will grab that information and parse it properly into
your shopping cart database, thus keeping your inventory and product
information accurate online. This is not a huge undertaking, but not
a job that will take just a week to complete either.

see: http://www.kosmoscentral.com/ecommerce/rms-integration/

Please contact us so we can discuss your specifications and we can
move forward with providing an estimate or quote for your shopping
carts own custom web service.

Thank You,
Alex
http://www.kosmoscentral.com
 
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Sandy

Ha Ha, looks like you had the same problems with your post like me!
It took Google almost two days to publish my response and I thought it
wasn't even getting posted, thus duplicate posts. Alex, thank you
very much for responding to my post. I'll call you with more details
regarding our situation to see what you'll need to provide an
estimate..

Sandy
 

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