Getting started & Onboarding

Overview

When you sign up for a SparkLayer account, you'll get access to the SparkLayer Dashboard. This is a web browser-based tool that lets you keep track of all elements of your SparkLayer integration. From the data you're sending to SparkLayer, to the connection between SparkLayer and your eCommerce website (such as Shopify).
When you first sign up, you'll be greeted by our Onboarding Process and this guides you through all the necessary steps to get up and running. This process is designed to ensure that all systems are correctly set up and configured before you start inviting your B2B customers and taking orders on your website.
Please note, if you're signed up to the Starter Plan, some features are restricted such as access to the SparkLayer API.
Need help with onboarding? We're happy to help! Book an onboarding call with us and we'll walk through how to integrate SparkLayer.
The technical onboarding comprises 6 key steps:
Step
Details
Your eCommerce Platform needs to talk to SparkLayer and this means authorising an app to grant access.
Only applicable to Professional and Enterprise plans
Your systems (e.g. ERP, CRM, or iPaaS) will need to integrate directly with the SparkLayer API to send through key B2B data (e.g. price lists and pack sizes). You'll need to generate an API key first, allowing you to begin the process.
Data sync
You'll need to send data feeds for products, customers, and price lists.
You'll need to set the ordering rules for your customers such as minimum order values, available payment methods and associated price lists
Special scripts need to be installed onto your website's storefront code to render the frontend wholesale ordering interface. Advanced Configurations can also be applied to customise the experience
The final step is to run through some final checks, deploy SparkLayer to your website and to start taking orders!
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