Automation.app is designed to run your business the way you like to, offering an option to add a separate WooCommerce management setup to the shops - focused on multi shop order management and automation of processes.
Notice: This blog post is written around general Ecommerce multi store.
Running WordPress shops on WooCommerce lets you do, technically, almost anything. The open source means lots of software has been written for WordPress. Therefore there are many ways to run a WooCommerce with multiple stores.
There are many good reasons for multiple shops on WooCommerce: Languages, currencies, branding, testing and much more, can be reasons for two (or more) WooCommerce shops within one company. Automation.app is designed to run your business(es) - the way you like to, we offer the option of adding a separate WooCommerce management setup to the shops - focusing on multi shop order management and automation of processes.
A WordPress multi store plugin is offered free to download from WordPress. The plugin connects with WooCommerce and automatically starts synchronising the orders to Automation.app. This feature is offered for free for with our free plan - so you can handle orders from WooCommerce in Automation.app. In Automation.app you can also set up segments of users or orders from the data loaded through the WooCommerce plugin.
With creation of customised overviews, combined with several user levels in the Automation.app team/user management allows you to make individual overviews for each user, shop, manager or whoever needs a customised overview.
Automation.app plugin connects your data, but the plugin will not directly effect your WooCommerce or Wordpress. That means you'll experience faster load times for users when using our solution for the backend operations as the server will have less load. Also the experience and data is optimised for fast load in automation.app. Delivering a much faster experience than the usual WooCommerce backend.
WooCommerce multi store plugin free download from WordPress
As clever as Automation.app might seem, it's still just software. There are limits. For example, you can't create WooCommerce shops from Automation.app. This happens by setting up your WordPress/WooCommerce shops. When that's done, you simply connect as many stores as you like to Automation.app.
If you're looking to set up different addresses for your separate shop locations, we recommend that you look into the options for the checkout. Simply add a shop selector on the checkout in WooCommerce (for example use custom checkout fields plugin from WooCommerce) - from there you'll be able to do almost anything with regards to shop locations / store locations.
This topic is covered in another post on automation.app.
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