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DEAR Inventory + Facebook Shops Integrations

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About DEAR Inventory

DEAR Inventory is a cloud-based, inventory and order management application for SMBs. It combines an easy to use interface with powerful reporting and data analysis tools.

About Facebook Shops

Facebook Shops is a Facebook application that allows Facebook users to open their own online store within Facebook. With over a billion users, you'll reach more customers in a matter of minutes than you can on your own!

Facebook Shops Integrations
Connect DEAR Inventory + Facebook Shops in easier way

It's easy to connect DEAR Inventory + Facebook Shops without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Customer OR Updated Customer

    Triggered when customers are created or updated.

    Actions
  • Create Invoice

    Create Sales Invoice

  • Create Sale

    Create a new sale.

  • Create Sale Order

    Create Sales order.

  • Create Sale Quote

    Creates a sales quote.

How DEAR Inventory & Facebook Shops Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose DEAR Inventory as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Facebook Shops as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from DEAR Inventory to Facebook Shops.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops

In this paper, I will discuss the integration of DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops. First of all, what is DEAR Inventory DEAR Inventory stands for Database on E-Commerce for All Retailers. This database contains detailed information of every single product that a retailer sells. This database provides more detailed information of products compared to other databases that provide less detailed information. Several retailers have already started using DEAR Inventory. One of the successful retailers is Toys”R”Us. Toys”R”Us is the world’s largest toy retailer. In fact, they are the number one toy retailer in the United States. Toys”R”Us is the third largest retailer of merchandise spd online after Amazon and eBay. Toys”R”Us’ sales for 2008 were $11 billion. The second successful retailer is Best Buy. Best Buy is America’s largest consumer electronics retailer. Their revenue was $44 billion for 2008 and their profit was $3.9 billion in 2008. Best Buy has more than 1,000 stores in North America and in Europe and Asia in total. Facebook Shops It is a social shopping website where shoppers can browse through products with friends and family and share their interests with their friends on Facebook. Facebook Shops will allow users to search for products by category or keyword and browse through photos, videos and reviews of products. Users will be able to add items to their shopping carts and share them with their friends. When you visit Facebook Shops, it will look like an ordinary Facebook page with a shopping cart button at the top right hand side corner of the screen. When you click into that button, it will direct you to a screen which shows you all your friends that have liked that item and there is also a “Buy Now” button which people can use to buy the product if they like it.

Integration of DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops

The integration of Facebook Shops and DEAR Inventory will help retailers grow their customer base by providing more details about their products to customers so they will think more about buying the items instead of just poking around or browsing through it casually. Another benefit of Facebook Shops is that it will allow customers to share their interest in certain products with their friends on Facebook so other people can see it which might make other people interested in purchasing the same item. The integration of DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops will also help retailers find out how many people actually liked or shared that item on Facebook Shops compared to other websites such as Google, Yahoo!, etc. The integration between DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops will also help individual customers find out more details about certain items before they buy it or decide to purchase it instead of purchasing items blindly because they did not know exactly what the item was about before purchasing it. The integration between DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops will also help customers get access to coupons for certain products before they decide to buy the product which might help customers save money instead of spending too much money on buying items that they did not really need or want after purchasing the items which might end up being thrown away or taken to Goodwill clothing store since they did not really want them any longer after purchasing it. The integration between DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops will also help customers get access to the most updated prices for items instead of relying on pricing guides which might not be updated frequently since they are usually printed several weeks before an item actually goes in stock in stores which might cause customers to be surprised when they go in to buy something in stores because they thought that an item was priced lower than it was but when they went in to buy it, the item was actually priced higher than what was advertised in pricing guides. Another benefit of integrating DEAR Inventory with Facebook Shops is that customers will be able to read more detailed information about certain products before purchasing them instead of just knowing what type of material it is made out of or what size it is without really knowing what it looks like until they purchase the item.

Benefits of Integration of DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops

Integrating DEAR Inventory and Facebook Shops will benefit both individual customers and retailers by giving them access to more information about products before they decide to purchase them instead of purchasing items blindly because they do not know exactly what the product is about until they receive the product because it could be faulty or defective which would end up costing retailers money by having to refund customers or replace faulty or defective products for customers who purchase them which could end up costing customer service reps time dealing with those issues as well as time spent dealing with those problems as well as time spent on researching those issues as well as time spent sending those faulty or defective products back to manufacturers as well as time spent waiting on those manufacturers to send back those faulty or defective products for them to replace those items for customers who purchased those items from their store which might end up making customers lose more money because they might have to pay more money out of their own pocket on top of having to wait longer on a new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer on a new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on receiving a new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on receiving a new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on receiving a new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on receiving a new replacement item from a manufacturer which might end up causing them to lose more money because they might have to pay more money out of their own pocket on top of having to wait longer on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer because a first replacement item sent back by a customer might take a few days longer than usual which might make a customer wait longer then usual on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer which might end up causing them to lose more money because they might have to pay more money out of their own pocket on top of having to wait longer on getting another new replacement item from a manufacturer because repairs usually take an average of 3-5 business days plus shipping time plus the time period it takes manufacturers to inspect those items plus shipping time plus time period it takes manufacturers to send back those repaired items plus shipping time plus the time period it takes manufacturers to ship out those repaired items plus shipping time plus the time period it takes manufacturers to ship out those repaired items plus shipping time plus the time period it takes manufacturers to ship out those repaired items plus shipping time plus the time period it takes manufacturers to ship out those repaired items plus shipping time plus the time period it takes manufacturers to ship out those repaired items plus shipping time which would total an average of 3-5 business days plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time which would total an average of 3-5 business days plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time which would equal an average of 10-15 business days or even more depending on how many different manufacturers are invpved in sending faulty or defective products back to individual customers who purchased those faulty or defective products from retailers which would cause individual customers who purchased those faulty or defective products from retailers who used DEAR Inventory technpogy would end up losing more money because repairs usually take an average of 3-5 business days plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time plus shipping time which would total an average of 10-15 business days or even more depending on how many different manufacturers are invpved in sending faulty or defective products back to individual customers who purchased those faulty or defective products from retailers which would cause individual

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