Want to showcase your WebShop internationally? Our Internationalisation feature set allows you to showcase your WebShop in many different languages, giving you a broader customer base:
Display and update field labels and error messages in multiple languages with our Translations feature. We support five languages: English (UK), Dutch (Netherlands), French, German and Spanish.
Customise the format of your currency using our Regional Settings feature.
Display trade pricing in multiple currencies
Key points on integration
When your ERP is SAP Business One, the value contained in the Business Partner Currency field is set as the default currency when your customer logs into WebShop.
When your ERP is Intact iQ, the value contained in the Customer Currency field is set as the default currency when your customer logs into WebShop.
When your ERP is Sage 200, the value contained in the Customer Currency field is set as the default currency when your customer logs into WebShop.
Display retail pricing in multiple currencies
Use our Translations feature to configure and customise many WebShop field labels and error messages. Or import a file with field labels and error messages translated into different languages - as standard, we support English, Dutch, French, German and Spanish.
Found in Aphix Management Interface under Settings, you can update both field labels and error messages to suit your company's voice.
Control which currency symbols you display on the products within your catalogue. Once set, the currency symbol applies to all products within your catalogue.
The Language Switcher feature must be on prior to using this feature.
Trade pricing in multiple currencies
WebShop can display pricing in multiple currencies. The customer's currency is retrieved from your ERP in real time when your customer logs in, and any prices are displayed in that currency. Should you update that customer's currency in your ERP, that change is reflected the next time that they log in.
Retail pricing in multiple currencies
One currency is set as the default in your B2C WebShop. Multiple currencies are supported; although you need a separate web sales account for each currency you wish to support. Any changes made to retail pricing in your ERP are synchronised as part of the regular pricing import.