Cavallo software now integrates with Magento

GRAND RAPIDS–Cavallo, a technology provider delivering on-premises and cloud software for mid-market distributors, announced its integration with Magento, a platform offering omnichannel solutions including in-store, retail-associate, and order-management technologies.

The integration allows distributors to meet their e-commerce goals by managing orders through Cavallo’s distribution management tool, SalesPad, without manually re-keying orders or downloading datasets.

“Magento allows distributors to scale their businesses rapidly,” said Alex Schelhaas, software product manager at Cavallo. “Our integration helps them scale without all of the added overhead and risk associated with manual order imports. Through integrations like Magento, Cavallo is one step closer to producing omnichannel-centric solutions to meet distributors’ needs.”

With orders automatically synced to SalesPad, distributors can unlock faster and more accurate order fulfillment, resulting in a short time to value and quick return on investment for the integration. In addition to easily importing customers and orders, tracking inventory levels, exporting items and tracking order status updates, the Magento integration enhances selling abilities for improved access to omnichannel options. Whether a distributor is launching its first online store or has leveraged e-commerce channels for years, Magento makes selling platforms friendly and easy to navigate.

“Before the Magento integration, many organizations were relying on slow, tedious imports that were incredibly error-prone,” said Alex Schelhass, product manager of Cavallo. “Imagine doubling your sales online and then realizing you need to import everything manually. You succeeded, but it’s going to be painful; our Magento integration lets you celebrate the success and leaves the pain to systems.”

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