WooCommerce & M-Files integration

Integrate WooCommerce with M-Files and manage your orders, emails and invoices easier. Integration is effortless with Azure and Logic Apps.

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WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin for e-commerce. It provides advanced on-line store management for physical, digital, and even subscription-based products in a clean and easy-to-understand package. Integration with M-Files is pretty straightforward using Azure integration stack, for example Logic Apps.

woocommerce mfiles integration


The communication between WooCommerce and M-Files starts when an order is placed. That’s when the two systems exchange data based on business process state, as described in this use case.

Real life use cases

Customer is using WooCommerce as an on-line store for offering workshops and similar services. M-Files has operating purpose for managing Workshops – Scheduling, People, E-mails, Invoices, Taxes, etc.



When an order is placed, WooCommerce sends all information to M-Files. If there are available slots, M-Files opens a new Workshop, adds the client to the waiting list or automatically rejects the client if there are no available slots or future workshops. It’s based on a business rules of specific Workshop. M-Files will inform the customer whether they are accepted, added to the waiting list or rejected.

When an order is accepted by M-Files, information is passed to WooCommerce and payment gateway to accept payment. Payment gateway, after successful payment, sends information to M-Files and then M-Files sends receipt to customer.

Workshop is automatically scheduled and created in M-Files.


Conclusion

With M-Files you can solve almost every business challenge and WooCommerce M-Files integration brings a new perspective in the information management field.

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