The following is a guide to understand how skuIQ helps connect Clover to any major eCommerce platform (Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, Magento and Wix).
skuIQ helps merchants make their physical and online stores work together.
skuIQ helps merchants with one or more locations keep their inventory, orders and more synced between their point of sale (POS) and ecommerce platforms. This eliminates the burden of dual entry and provides omnichannel analytics, including combined point of sale and ecommerce sales, in real time.
Current Clover POS-to-eCom Sync Solutions
Clover POS merchants can choose to either integrate with BigCommerce and Ecwid as a retail solution for taking online orders. And if they are a restaurant, they can use Clover’s own online ordering hosted webpage or Google’s The Ordering.app.
Clover Online Ordering for Restaurants
Clover offers their own online ordering solution but it’s geared toward restaurants who just need an easy way to take online orders and are not bothered that their menu is hosted by Clover and/or Google.
Clover Online Ordering for Retail
Clover has partnered with BigCommerce and Ecwid to offer their merchants an eCommerce integration that syncs with their POS. However, this solution forces their merchants with only two choices on which eCommerce platform to use and doesn’t include popular eCom platform, Shopify.
Clover POS-to-eCom Limitations
Clover does not offer their merchants a way to integrate with some of the more popular eCommerce solutions such as Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce or Wix.
Clover offers no native integration for other popular eCommerce platforms, leaving out a large audience segment of SMB’s who use platforms like Shopify.