PrestaShop API integration
Connect to real-time, consented eCommerce data from your merchant customers using Codat’s PrestaShop API integration
PrestaShop is an eCommerce solution used globally and with high market share in Europe and LATAM in particular.
The basic version of PrestaShop is free-to-use, open source software. It is maintained by a business, also called PrestaShop, who sell additional services such as PrestaShop Platform that help merchants get up and running faster and grow their business.
There are over 300,000 eCommerce stores built on PrestaShop. Many of them are in Europe and LATAM, where PrestaShop is one of the leading providers.
Merchants need the other systems and services they use to integrate with PrestaShop in order to save time on the manual processing of data, whether that is preparing sales data for a bank to apply for a loan, forecasting cash flow for planning, or reconciling their accounts receivable.
Software providers and financial institutions are building next-generation products and services for PrestaShop merchants with API-based data sharing. Examples include revenue-based and alternative finance products, cash flow forecasting tools, and analytics dashboards.
PrestaShop publishes and maintains the PrestaShop Webservice API. This enables merchants to give third-parties programmatic access to their PrestaShop database. To find out more, please visit PrestaShop’s docs.
Codat has added PrestaShop to our Core API. This means you can build once to a single API to deliver integrations with PrestaShop and all the other leading commerce platforms, including Shopify, Amazon Seller Central, PayPal, Stripe, Square, Zettle by PayPal, and more. Simply start building with Codat for free today.
Your customers’ data is held to the highest level of bank grade data security protocols and is encrypted end-to-end. Codat has passed all requisite penetration tests and is ISO27001, SOC-2, and GDPR compliant.
Download our guide to connecting with eCommerce and Payments software to better understand Codat’s coverage and why commerce data is so valuable