Give your e-commerce business a boost

February 21, 2022

As your business evolves—and with it your e-commerce footprint—it is wise to ensure that your business is positioned to handle customer expectations and the operational demands of e-commerce.


Poor preparation can devastate your process. Since e-commerce can generate a new volume of business, it is critical to anticipate change and growth to prevent the subsequent poor customer experience and ultimately a loss of sales the can come with a lack of planning.


While staying ahead of the game can be challenging, connecting your e-commerce platform to your ERP system should be your priority, especially with the evolution of your business. Consider that perhaps your initial e-commerce investment and setup allowed for manual processing of data related to product content, inventory, and order fulfillment. As your business grew, these processes showed signs of diminished return on the investment, therefore increasing operating costs and resulting in the loss of data integrity.


As development changes can become onerous and costly, you may realize the impact through negative feedback from sales and operations.


The solution:  Ensure your e-commerce applications are integrated directly to your ERP.


This straightforward process boasts a great return on the investment using available cloud-based API connectors to communicate with the ERP. Enabling seamless data flow and transactions allows for increased accuracy and timeliness, resulting in precise real-time data sharing and consolidated operational workflows, with greater visibility across the entire process—and your organization.


Your business can also benefit from the ERP with cloud-based mobile applications. With cloud and mobile applications, you gain access to constant two-way sharing of information related to customer information, product content, pricing, inventory, customer information, order fulfillment, and returns. In addition, cycle times are reduced, dependency on manual processing is lessened, and profitability is increased by implementing automation.


Benefit from increased efficiency in the following areas:


  • Product marketing/descriptions
  • Product Pricing
  • Product Images
  • Catalog Creation
  • Ability to connect with multiple e-commerce partners (Shopify, BigCommerce, Trenza, NuOrder, Joor, etc.)
  • Inventory availability based on “available now” and date-sensitive available to promise
  • Customer Information
  • Sales Order Fulfillment
  • Shipping and Tracking
  • Returns
  • Line Sheet Creation
  • Suggested Buys Presentations
  • and more



Are you ready to maximize your investment, position yourself for growth, and providing your customers and company with the best experience possible? Experience shows that establishing the proper e-commerce footprint with full connectivity to your ERP positions you for success.


Business to Business (B2B), Business to Consumer (B2C), or drop ship are all part of today’s e-commerce world that a company must be prepared to embrace. Your customers demand it, your resources will appreciate the automation tools, and the benefits speak for themselves. ERP connection to multiple e-commerce channels will ensure you are on the right path.


Centralize your data, streamline your process, automate the connectors, and realize the gains.


Reach out to Momentis today if you feel like your e-commerce business could benefit from a boost!



The Momentis ERP System was developed for fashion, apparel, footwear and accessory brands, textile, wholesalers, and distributors. Momentis automates and streamlines processes from design to delivery: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Sourcing & Logistics, Inventory Management, Warehouse Management, Order Management and Financials, and integrates seamlessly with leading B2C, 3PL, POS and other 3rd parties using EDI and APIs. The Trenza software suite is the latest solution that enables your ERP to effectively communicate with Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) solutions, such as Trenza Shop, Trenza Sell, Trenza BI, Amazon, Shopify, Big Commerce, Salesforce Commerce Cloud, Joor, NuOrder, and more.