Stands for Application Programming Interface. Along with the Transaction Key, this is required to set up an Internet connection between your e-commerce site and payment gateway.
Online payment systems provider.
Grouping different/multiple orders into one batch.
Ads that are purchased from Bing and displayed in Bing search results.
Authorized money is transferred from the customer's account to a merchant's account.
Where consumers create a list of the items they wnat to buy. Cart is used for sites enabled for e-commerce. List is used for sites that do not have e-commerce enabled.
Online payment systems and gateway provider.
SimplePart's built-in order management and reporting system.
Core charges are a form of deposit paid until and old part is returned. In Settings, it is possible to allocate sales tax towards the core charges if the dealership requires it.
Customizable codes you can give to your customers to unlock a discount or promotional offer.
The homepage of your Control Panel.
A domain is a website address, owned, purchased, and registered by your dealership.
An additional flat cost, displayed separately from standards shipping rates, intended for items that are considered overweight or over-sized. Dealers have the ability to edit this cost.
Used to designate orders which require review, such as suspicious orders.
An ad program in which you buy ads that are displayed in Google search results or products.
An ad program in which you buy ads that are displayed in Google search results or products. Now known as Google Ads.
Google My Business
An online business listing that appears in Google search results. Displays your business's phone number, website, address, and photos.
Internet Protocol address. Every computer is assigned a numerical value as a form of identification.
An optional setting that allows your customers to pick up their orders at your business instead of having them shipped.
For internal use only. Customers cannot see these. They can be added to an order at any time. They also include transaction details from the Payment Gateway.
These come in three colors: Red, Orange, and Green. Red indicates a warning notification, while Green means the order is clear of issues.
A service that authorizes credit card or direct payments processing for online businesses.
Online payment systems provider.
Analyses of your store's performance based on certain metrics.
Search Engine Marketing.Internet marketing that involves the promotion of websites through visibility in search engine results pages through paid advertising.
Search Engine Optimization. The process of affecting a website's online visibility in a search engine's unpaid results. Also known as as "natural", "organic", or "earned" results.
Typically USPS, UPS, or FedEx; this is the company you use to ship your products to consumers.
Shipping software that lets you import orders from all your selling channels, create shipping labels, and ship with 30+ carriers. Integration available.
The area on your Dashboard featuring colored infographics populated from reports data.
A domain that is part of a primary domain.
Percentage at which your customers are taxed. You are required to set a primary tax rate, but can add additional state's tax rates in Settings.
A 16-character alphanumeric value randomly generated. Along with the API Login, this is required to set up an Internet connection between your e-commerce site and payment gateway.
Stands for Uniform Resource Locator, this is the address for a webpage
This message - included in the checkout process - ensures the customer is purchasing parts for the correct vehicle.
An optional add-on which allows individual customer pricing matrices by log-in.