Yesterday we imported products from Zen Cart into Salesforce. Now we have to set prices for those products, since products and prices are separate in Salesforce.
So I created a Zen Cart Export Prices for Salesforce tool to help you do that. Just like product import, it uses dataloader.io. It’s a little tricky, because you use different techniques to import prices for new products vs updating prices for products that already have prices, but I walk you through everything.
Recently I wrote up a blog post about putting your Zen Cart Customers into Salesforce. Although many people stop there, if you want to build Quotes in Salesforce, the next thing you need to do is a product import. So I created a Zen Cart Export Products for Salesforce tool to help you do that. It’s not as easy a process as exporting customers because the Salesforce Data Import Wizard doesn’t handle products, but dataloader.io does – and there’s a generously sized free tier, so give it a shot!
Do you want to import your Zen Cart customer data into Salesforce? Take a look at Zen Cart Customers to Salesforce. It gives you the data you need to create the Contact and Account using the Salesforce Data Import Wizard.
I have updated Find Duplicate Models so that blank and duplicate model numbers are reported in separate lists. I think this makes it easier to fix your products.
Are your customers getting bounced back to the checkout payment page of your osCommerce site after entering their credit card details on the checkout confirmation page and submitting?
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