Do you need a Hermes integration solution that automates the placing of orders with Hermes to remove repetitive, manual employee administration and improve order fulfilment times?
Codeless Platforms' Hermes Integration connector provides companies of any size with proven, drag-and-drop integration tools to integrate Hermes software with practically any business system(s).Download Brochure
Hermes Integration Scenarios and Benefits
Common integrations achievable through the Hermes API include:
- Pushing orders from business software to Hermes
- Pulling information back from Hermes software for other uses
- Placing orders with Hermes or another provider
- Retrieving and providing tracking numbers
- Automatic printing of shipping labels
Common commercial benefits achieved through synchronising Hermes software with accounting, ERP, CRM, eCommerce and other business software include:
- Optimisation of delivery costs
- Increasing employee productivity
- Removal of repetitive, time-consuming data entry
- Eradication of the need for temporary staff during busy periods
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