How it works
How we integrate POS & e-commerce platforms :

How our E-Commerce Solutions work

POS Software POS-UDI structure - How it works

The full POS Software e-commerce integration solution is made of four sections, That build the total POS Software e-commerce solutions. If you are a POS Software client, you mostly purchase the UDI-HUB license from POS Software to be able to ask TEI for integrating your POS Software system to an e-commerce solution.

Having a UDI-HUB license for your server, your POS Software system will be capable of communicating with 3rd party applications like e-commerce web sites. TEI developed a solution that synchronizes e-commerce websites with POS Software systems, through POS Software UDI.

To have an integrated system with POS Software clients must have :

  1. POS Software System
  2. POS Software UDI-HUB license(s)
  3. A POS-UDI bridge to connect POS Software UDI-HUB to our e-commerce website
  4. An e-commerce web site

#1, and #2 are mandatory to be able to start having an e-commerce integration with POS Software system. Clients must purchase POS Software sysems with standard UDI-HUB license, and any other extra UDI-HUB licenses that they might need. (TEI can help you to make the right choice)

#3 is already made by TEI team since 2010 in three different platforms, (Joomla, Drupal, and Magent). TEI can embeded this solution to the proper ready-made web site.

#4 is a professional, scalable and solid enterprise level e-commerce web site development and design that TEI can provide as the base structure of your e-commerce integration solution with client's POS Software system.

POS_UDI Parts

* if the client has an e-commerce web site ready, which is not based on Joomla+Virtuemart, Drupal+UberCart, or Magento community version, then TEI can develop the customer POS-UDI bridge for the platform that they have their web site made with. {Package B customization} (Some limitation may appliy to platforms)

POS Software UDI-HUB structure

POS Software structure

TEI UDI-HUB Structure

TEI structure