We are currently migrating to Shopify. We ship through Starship (V3 Technologies) and our inventory lives in Sage100. We share this inventory with our brick-and-mortar retail. Trying to figure out how these systems will all integrate with or without additional apps. REQUIREMENTS: 1. I would like to be able to show guests a "standard" shipping rate that does not identify a specific carrier. We then shop Starship for how we prefer to send the package based on rates and transit days, and create and pay for the shipping labels in Starship. We also would like to offer an "expedited" option as well, which would be required for certain products (we sell baked goods that can only be shipped with services that arrive within 3 days). 2. I need to get the orders imported into Sage100 at some point so the product lines sold in Shopify can deplete inventory. This connection really only needs to be one-way. At this point we aren't ready and it isn't necessary for Sage information (stock quantities, price changes, etc...)to flow directly to Shopify from Sage. Any suggestions on the above or in any way about how to make the most out of all these systems? It would be most appreciated!
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We are migrating to shopify and wish to have discounts (changeable, but mostly permanent) under the following logic: "Buy 6 or more fruits, save 5%, or buy 12 or more fruits, save 10%" - It needs to work across the products though, so they don't have to buy 6 grapes or 6 bananas to get the discount. They could buy 4 grapes and 2 bananas and receive the discount. Most of these products have multiple variants (size) that we would want it to apply to all. We need to do this to multiple categories of products, no group would have a product in more than one group. For instance, we would want to run the above special, but also "buy 3 vegetables, save 15%", and "buy 4 meats, save $5", all at the same time. In some cases, we just want the specific variants of multiple items (buy 6 or more SMALL fruits and save 5%) It would be amazing if this could reflect in our popup cart, but it must show in the cart and at checkout, with a line through the original price and the new price underneath. We don't want it to show just as one lump discount at the bottom. The ultimate would be if there were some sort of prompts encouraging the discount quantity as they add lesser amounts to their cart, "add two more fruits to save 5%, or 8 more to save 10%". Any direction would be greatly appreciated!
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