Shopify is an e-commerce platform. It offers retailers a suite of services to create online ordering websites. With Shopify you can sell any kind of product online as well as manage inventory and shipping, accept online payments, and handle analytics. It facilitates worldwide sales too with language and currency management features.

You can use developer tools, such as a suite of APIs, to create your own applications and themes for your website. You can also use available store templates to personalise and create your own website without the help of a developer. The number of apps and themes available show how popular Shopify is among the e-commerce solutions.

In 2020, it reported having more than 1,000,000 websites operating in approximately 175 countries worldwide using its platform, from local businesses to worldwide operating ones, like Tesla, Nescafe, or Red Bull.

Integration Features

Connecting Shopify to HubRise allows Shopify to:

  • Push orders into HubRise.
  • Pull order status from HubRise into Shopify.
  • Push customer information into HubRise.
  • Pull a product catalog from HubRise.

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Why Connect?

Shopify can be connected to HubRise for your website and other apps you use every day to work as a cohesive whole. It could be your EPOS or your preferred marketing solution. Connecting with HubRise allows you to sync your product catalog, your customer and order information. For more information on HubRise, see the HubRise User Guide.


To establish a connection between Shopify and HubRise, you must have an existing Shopify online ordering website, that you can create from the Shopify website. You must also have a HubRise user profile and account.

  • Availability: Worldwide
  • Category: Online ordering
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