yes it is possible and there are connectors out there if you google them. However i just found out that you cannot order decimals qty in shopify. like if you wanted to order 1.5 cases of a product you cannot do. Only solution would be to change everything to the smallest sellable unit and sell things in whole units. but if you sell in partial cases like 1.5 cases of widget x you will not be able to do. just my findings. I do not have a connect set up with netsuite though and do not use shopify for my eCommerce.
Yes, it is possible. The eBridge Connections integration platform can connect NetSuite and Shopify and enable automated, bi-directional data exchange between the two systems. Currently, we can integrate orders out of Shopify, and Shipment, Inventory, and Product Updates in (from NetSuite).
You can build your own NetSuite-Shopify integration blueprint on our site at: http://www.ebridgeconnections.com/blueprint/
As others mentioned, it is certainly possible to integrate Shopify and Netsuite. You'll have do some shopping but wanted to introduce you to our solution at nChannel. With nChannel’s Connector for Shopify you can manage all your business processes, all from one location. Operate more efficiently by automating the transactions between your Shopify webstore and Netsuite.
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In my recent experience, integrating with NetSuite is not the problem so much as NetSuite is mind-bogglingly slow. I cannot believe so-called Enterprise software like that, that costs so much, is so slow at Internet computing. Building the bridge to it is but torturous XML-RPC SOAP muddling, followed by waiting, and waiting, and waiting... for results. Big thumbs down from me for expensive Enterprise software.
I gave up on the NetSuite connector as far to cumbersome and slow. NetSuite has no speed. Not only that, it is an awkward API where they had to bolt on cumbersome calls to get around cumbersome design. It is truly an Enterprise beast without elegance.
The solution to getting around that donkey was simple in my case of inventory management where NetSuite was the control and Shopify the puppet to be updated. Use NetSuite internally (script it) to generate inventory reports to be exported as CSV. Those are easy to email. NetSuite can do email! Huzzah! And then use an App to poll for those emails, suck in the CSV's and update Shopify. Major speed improvement. What used to take hours with NetSuite takes mere minutes that way. If you are a sucker for punishment, stick with NetSuite and it's API... have fun. If you are into speed and keeping it simple... do as much as possible inside NetSuite and expose the results you need as CSV...
My 0.02 anyway...
We have the same issue. We have the Netsuite ERP, CRM and Ecommerce modules and spent a lot of time and money on our webstore via the Netsuite website builder but we are not happy with the apearance and the features of the webstore. It needs to be customized or we need to switch to Suite commerce advance which both have a considerable cost and complexitiy.
Now, we have started to evaluate the integration of shopify and Netsuite as the alternate to switch to from Netsuite sitebulder to Shopify using the Netsuite as the ERP backbone.
We are a multisubisidiary Company and have different products in the different countries of our territory. Also, we are trading in different currencies. Netsuite provides us with all the features required for multi currency and multi langauage business. Our main problem is the themes and design and the complexity and huge expense of the customizing the basic thems and designs we have. At the end of the day, there are many feature like responsiveness of the pages which will not be possible via site builder and for that we must switch to the expensive module of Suitecommerce advanced in Netsuite.
Any advice or comment in this regard is highly appreciated.