Shopware

What is Shopware?

Shopware is an online shop system which is very common in the German-speaking countries and has been on the market since 2004. Shopware is available with the Community Edition as open source and with the Enterprise Editions as a commercial system with extended functionality. The store system has enjoyed a strong increase in popularity in recent years, and numerous module extensions are available for the system.

For the CRM, invoicing and merchandise management system gFM-Business Light and Professional an interface module for shopware-based online stores is available. The module can also be purchased as a custom license or as an open license and can thus be used for any other FileMaker solution. To adapt to other FileMaker solutions, only seven scripts need to be modified for the data structure of the respective FileMaker solution. The interface supports the import of store items with variants, categories, price groups and payment methods into the merchandise management system as well as the import of customers and orders, either as an order or as an invoice. Your shopware system can have any number of language or sub-shops.

Screenshot: Shopware Backend

Shopware-Backend

Screenshot of the gFM-Shopware interface

Select article for import from online store

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Markus Schall
Development of FileMaker databases since 1994, modification and extension of FileMaker solutions, conversion of FileMaker databases from .fm, .fp3, .fp5 (FileMaker 2-6) or .fp7 (FileMaker 7-11) to .fmp12 (FileMaker 12-17), interfaces to third-party systems such as online shops, CMS or other databases. Development of individual FileMaker database systems based on the gFM business framework with personal advice from Oldenburg. Operator of the online specialist portal goFileMaker.de, developer of the CRM and merchandise management system gFM-Business. Member of FileMaker Business Alliance, FileMaker Developers Subscription and FMM Expert. Winner of an FMM Award 2011, awarded by the FileMaker Magazine.