inFlow integrates with Amazon

inFlow Cloud now pulls sales from Amazon

Posted by Thomas Wong

Our Amazon sales integration is ready for Prime time. We’ve put a lot of work into it to make it easy to use. It pulls new sales orders from your Amazon.com or Amazon.ca stores into your inFlow Cloud account. Setup takes just a few minutes, and allows you to customize how inFlow imports details like […]

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A message from inFlow’s founders

Posted by Stephen Fung

[This message was originally sent to inFlow customers. We’ve also republished it here on the blog because being transparent about our company values and direction is incredibly important to us.] When we started building inFlow ten years ago, it was important to us to help the largest number of small businesses while delivering a great […]

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inFlow Cloud’s web app now handles customers too

Posted by Thomas Wong

As of today, you can view and edit inFlow Cloud customer information right from your web browser. This is part of our ongoing effort to make our web app more powerful (Insider tip: we’re working on sales orders next!). If you’ve already tried editing your products in the inFlow Cloud web app, then the customer […]

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inFlow integrates with Shopify

Pull Shopify orders into inFlow Cloud

Posted by Thomas Wong

One of the advantages of turning inFlow into a cloud service is that it’s easier and faster to integrate with other platforms. Our other product, inFlow On-Premise, has been able to sync with Shopify for a while now. But the setup process was a bit more complex and required you to dig into some deeper […]

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inFlow integrates with DYMO

inFlow Cloud prints labels with your DYMO printer

Posted by Thomas Wong

inFlow has supported barcode scanning for years now, and it’s one of the app’s most popular features. It speeds up sales because you can scan something once instead of typing it out, and you’re less prone to errors with a scanner than with a keyboard. This barcode workflow had previously required you to house the […]

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