If you run an online store and use WordPress for your business website, chances are you use or have heard about WooCommerce. Did you know you can connect your online store directly to your invoicing and accounting software?
By connecting your WooCommerce account with Debitoor, your data can flow effortlessly between your two accounts, allowing you to keep track of orders, products, and sync customer data in close to real-time.
Who can use WooCommerce?
If you currently run an online store or plan to set one up, WooCommerce is designed to work seamlessly with your WordPress website. If you don’t yet have a host for your website, WooCommerce can help get you started with the process. It also integrates easily with your Debitoor account!
In other words, anyone who has or plans to build an online store can sign up for WooCommerce and connect it with a WordPress website and their Debitoor account.
How to connect your WooCommerce account
You can find the option to connect to WooCommerce through the Debitoor App Market within your account. To find it, log in and on your home screen you’ll see an option for the App Market on the right hand side:
Click on the App Market and click on the WooCommerce option. You’ll see a few more details about the integration and a button labeled ‘Install app’. You’ll be led to a page where you can choose your integration configuration and can setup the integration yourself or have it done by the experts for a fee.
When running a business, the old adage holds true: time is money. The time you spend manually reconciling the sales from your online store with your accounts, invoices, and expenses can be time better spent.
By integrating your WooCommerce store with your Debitoor account, you can quickly sync orders, products, and customers in almost real-time.
How much does it cost?
Basic: € 8 per month for data transfer for up to 150 orders
Standard: € 15 per month for data transfer for 150-400 orders
Premium: € 30 per month for data transfer for 400-1000 orders