Individualized products are in high demand – whether a group t-shirt for the next bachelor party or a smartphone case with a great design.
Spreadshirt is the perfect basis for customizing clothing and accessories. The online platform from the social retail company has nearly 130 different products and more than 370,000 existing or custom designs that can be printed or purchased on thier website.
Shopware partner NetzKombyse develops API interface
As a Shopware shop owner, you can immediately benefit from the worldwide success of Spreadshirt; Europe’s leading supplier of print-on-demand apparel. With the new API interface available in the Community Store, you can easily connect Spreadshirts with your online shop.
Henning Gross, owner of NetzKombyse, is both a Shopware Business Partner and Spreadshirt partner. He turned to experienced Shopware developer Heiko Bee to realize his vision of connecting the two together. The result is an innovative plugin that offers enormous retail potential.
Here is how it works:
- Create a free design account in Spreadshirt
- Install the Spreadshirt plugin from the Community Store into your Shopware 5.1 shop
- Synchronize the Spreadshirt products, designs and categories into your online shop
The plugin is completely API based and is therefore secure for the long-run, thus providing a seamless integration to the Shopware-based infrastructure of your online shop.
Interactive shirt designer also included
With this plugin you are not only importing product categories, information and descriptions into your shop, but also Spreadshirt’s interactive shirt designer tool “Tablomat”. With this feature, your customers can create completely individual designs for their clothing or accessories. Using this tool, they can select one of the many designs from Spreadshirt or upload their own picture and add unique text.
Spreadshirt automates the purchasing process
The plugin is configured so that any changes to Spreadshirt are updated directly into your store, thus eliminating any need for product maintenance. Orders, shipping, warehousing, invoicing and returns are also automatically processed through Spreadshirt, so you do not have to reallocate your resources.
First Shopware shop with the Spreadshirt integration already live
To see how this works in real-life, head over to www.hasenfarm.com. Henning Gross himself is the owner of this Shopware shop, which includes nearly 2,000 products with 64,000 total variants.
“It has never been easier or more professional for a shop owner to transfer the diverse products and designs from Spreadshirt into their online shop. The plugin makes it possible for designers, clubs, brands and hobbyists to generate passive income using Spreadshirts while using Shopware as their platform,” Henning Gross said of the advantages of the plugin.
By the way, NetzKombyse is offering a 60% discount for the first ten licenses, so be sure to claim an early-bird license now!
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