DCL Logistics offers the possibility to let other applications connect to it through Remote APIs. These simple, powerful, and secure application programming interfaces - based upon REST and SOAP - allows DCL to be integrated with other third applications. Both SOAP and REST can be used to implement similar functionality, but in general SOAP should be used when a particular feature of SOAP is needed, and the advantages of REST make it generally the best option otherwise.
DCL Logistics also integrates with most online storefronts, marketplaces, and shopping carts. With our eCommerce integrations, we give you easy tools to fulfill your orders from the most popular eCommerce platform in a very few steps.
One of the backbones of eCommerce is EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), a standard method of exchanging files that has been around since the 1980’s. EDI is used in some degree in almost every industry. DCL can process EDI using direct FTP or AS2 communications.
The full and deep documentation of the DCL RESTful API can be found here: https://api.dclcorp.com/. The site also offers a functional simple interface to test any API so no coding is needed to see any API response data.
Consuming a RESTful Web Service is relatively easy and it should be considered your first choice for implementing the client side.
The DCL SOAP API is based on open standards known collectively as web services, which include the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and Web Services Definition Language (WSDL). You can access the SOAP API WSDL at the link: https://www.efactory.dclcorp.com/webservices/dclwebservice.asmx.
Sample Code for C#, PHP, Python and Ruby can be found here.
Our EDI management solution allows you to connect to any retailers with an EDI portal connection to eFactory providing a dashboard view of all EDI feeds and order history. Of course, we also have the experience and flexibility to work with other third party EDI providers as well.
DCL eCommerce integrations allow DCL customers to seamlessly and immediately integrate their existing order platform and ecommerce store with DCL's fulfillment platform. The new API accelerates systems integration from weeks to minutes reducing management costs so customers can focus on revenue generation.
Below is a list of the eCommerce platforms we currently support, while we are expanding to support even more. Stay tuned!
Our Amazon Connector helps retailers reach millions of Amazon marketplace buyers. With the Amazon Connector, sellers can focus on increasing sales and managing orders without needing to manually sync Amazon Seller Central and DCL accounts.
Our integration with Bigcommerce offers sellers some of the most advanced features of any of our shopping cart integrations. Once integrated, we automatically retrieve your orders for fast, accurate processing. We can also push tracking numbers and inventory level data back to your Bigcommerce store.
Celery emerged from Y Combinator in 2012 with one goal: to help you sell your great ideas, better. Filling a void in e-commerce, Celery has become the single-stop for innovative brands – large and small – to take pre-orders, crowdfund independently, and to continue selling before and after items are in-stock.
ChannelAdvisor has a reputation for excellent customer service and offers companies very user-friendly solution to their eCommerce needs.
The Magento API connector interfaces with your store through the native Magento SOAP API and it works with both Magento Enterprise and Community editions. With Magento API you have the option to link selected Magento stores to a DCL account: this gives you the flexibility to send to DCL only orders coming from specific stores.
Merchants with Magento as their eCommerce platform use extensions to make their online stores to do even more. To seamlessly link your Magento store to DCL fulfillment warehouses we have an extension that can be installed in your eCommerce Magento Community Edition platform. With Magento Connect plugin you have the option to link selected Magento stores to a DCL account: this gives you the flexibility to send to DCL only orders coming from specific stores.
For users focussed on time efficiency, ShipStation is fully integrated with every major online market, and it is largely automated.
Shopify powers more than 120,000 stores from small mom-and-pop shops to big name retailers. The company allows users to easily create customized online store that fit their needs, eliminating the fuss and programming hassle. Users can easily upload their products, manage their inventory, track orders and sales and communicate directly with their customers.
Skubana is a distributed order management platform powering fulfillment, inventory, and business intelligence for brands looking to achieve multi-channel profitability. Skubana synchronizes data from sales channels, warehouses, 3PLs, POS systems and more so merchants can stay focused on providing the best customer experience.
Stitch takes the pain out of running a multichannel business. With centralized inventory and the most powerful features and integrations at your fingertips, you’ll have more time to do the things you love.
An easy to use WordPress app, WooCommerce makes design and functionality easy to implement.