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Kintone is an all-in-one workplace platform that allows highly collaborative teams to build, share, and automate custom workflows and processes for data-driven resultsKintone Integrations
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Shippit and Kintone are both cloud-based business management software. However, they are not integrated at all. Therefore, they provide the same function each. In order to improve the efficiency of businesses, they should be integrated. To show the integration of shippit and Kintone, this article will explain about what they are and how they can be integrated with one another.
There are several benefits that come with integrating shippit and Kintone include:
Improves Flexibility. Shippit and Kintone support different B2C and B2B models. Shippit provides a web-based platform for retailers with an online store, while Kintone focuses on back office business for enterprises with multiple branches. When integrated together, they can be used as a single platform with flexible configurations to fit more types of businesses.
Reduces Time and Costs. There is no more need to train employees to use two different platforms. Businesses can save time and cost by using a single platform. For example, a small shop owner needs to use a POS system for inventory tracking and a CRM system for customer relationship management. However, he or she can use Kintone, which is a more convenient platform for inventory tracking and customer relationship management.
Enables Greater Sharing of Resources. In addition to saving time and cost, integration between shippit and Kintone allows the sharing of resources. For example, the back office team can use the data from the POS system on Kintone to see more details on customer demographics. They can then give better marketing strategies based on the data provided.