e-Commerce: Connect with SalesAutopilot and watch the sales of your store take off. Or, if it makes sense, sell without a shopping cart on your site using SalesAutopilot

Rich e-Commerce features that are envied by most webshop-engines.

How can SalesAutopilot’s e-Commere features help you grow? It puts conversions on steroids. Easily place complete sales funnels into your existing online store. Put sophisticated re-selling and upselling automations in place. It handles product categoires, individual products, it does shipping and handling, will integrate with a card processing provider and your invoicing software.

If you have an online store, you can multiply your results. If you don’t, you can sell online using SalesAutopilot without ever needing a separate shopping cart solution.

The eCommerce feature set is included in the “eCommerce and CRM” package, as well as the “All in” package of SalesAutopilot.

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Below are the most important features of the eCommerce Module

The biggest win of integrating SalesAutopilot with your online store is that you’ll be able to offer smarter up-sells and personalilzed, shopping-behavior-based offers to your email list.

Craft multi-channel campaigns based on what products your customers purchased, when and at what value or any combination of parameters. Because all the data is right there in your marketing system, you won’t need to export filtered lists from your orders-database into your autoresponder… because your data will be a mess and life is too short for that kind of grunt work anyway.

SalesAutopilot integrates with a few clicks to a growing number of store-platforms and there’s an API for easy integration (couple hours in most cases) if your platform doesn’t happen to be on the list:

Accept payments online

Don’t already have a shopping cart that handles payments? You can sign up with any of the below-listed payment platforms and – with the help of SalesAutopilot – add credit card payments to your order forms with a few clicks without any programming.

Easily put order forms on your sites with 4 types of forms

If you want to sell on a website, then a “webstore” option with a traditional shopping cart may not be your best bet. With many types of products, all you need is an order form and possibly a credit card payment option. If your selling-logic doesn’t necessitate a shopping cart and a checkout process, don’t build one. You’re better off with just an order form.

Here are your options with examples:

  • Single product, single option forms: use this type if all you offer on a webpage is a single product with no additional variations. For example: booking a 3 hour consulting session.
  • Multi product order forms: for example, digital product with a normal and a “Pro” option or ticket for an event with normal or “VIP” option.
  • Multi-product, multi-option forms: here, you offer multiple products or services with a typical quantity of one, and several products or services can be chosen by the visitor. For example: a consulting session with additional services, like website audit or graphic design.
  • Multi-product, higher quantity order forms: when the client has the option to buy several items of your product or service.

Flexible payment and shipping options

SalesAutopilot handles all the fuss around various payment and shipping options, including payment in parts or recurring payments. Your visitors can choose any combination of payment and shipping options you make available.


SalesAutopilot currently handles a dozen currencies. If you don’t see yours, just ask, we’ll add it.

Integrated Google Analytics eCommerce tracking

Just enter your tracking ID in SalesAutopilot and transaction data (such as value of order) is automatically transfered to your Google Analytics account. No other setup needed.

Automatic billing

If you use Freshbooks, you can automatically bill your customers when they buy something from your site. You can even instruct SalesAutopilot to create and send a pro forma bill if they opt for payment by wire transfer… and only create (automatically, of course) the actuall bill when the customer has paid. (This feature is very useful in many countries (especially Europe) but may not be exciting news for you.)

Simple product-management

Manage products and payment options in separate places. This is super useful because if there is a price change or a change in shipping/payment methods for a particular product, you only need to alter it in one central place – rather than having to look up all the landing pages and webpages where the product appears – and changing data separately everywhere.