WooCommerce is a powerful e-commerce platform. WooCommerce and MRPeasy work seamlessly together so that sales are done in WooCommerce and products are manufactured, materials are handled, production is planned, and purchasing managed in MRPeasy.

Jump to:

  1. Demo video: MRPeasy and WooCommerce integration.
  2. Synchronization of orders: 
    1. Orders valid for import from WooCommerce.
    2. Posting an order from WooCommerce to MRPeasy.
    3. Booking products in MRPeasy.
    4. Ready for shipment notification.
    5. Shipping the products.
    6. Taxes.
    7. Canceled WooCommerce orders.
  3. Synchronization of inventory levels.
  4. Setup: 
    1. Connecting with WooCommerce.
    2. Customer information.
    3. Guest checkout in WooCommerce.
    4. Shipping costs.
    5. Marking orders as paid.
    6. Configuring products.
    7. Synchronizing inventory.
    8. Connecting several stores.
  5. Support for integration.

Synchronization of orders

Orders valid for import from WooCommerce

1. Orders that are already in WooCommerce when you establish the integration will not be sent to MRPeasy until they are updated (opened and saved).

  • This allows the user to re-import orders if needed. 

2. Orders that satisfy one of the following conditions can be imported from WooCommerce:

  • not fulfilled, or
  • created within the last 30 days.

3. Unpaid, and fully paid orders can be imported from WooCommerce.

  • The order is imported once it reaches the minimum payment state that is selected in the integration configuration (Pending, On hold, or Processing).

4. Products must be pre-defined in MRPeasy.

  • Products are matched by the SKU field in WooCommerce and the Part Number field in MRPeasy.
  • If some products must not be sent to MRPeasy (for example, a service), they must have no SKU value or an SKU that does not match any part number in MRPeasy.
  • If the order has no products with matching SKUs:
    • It is not imported to MRPeasy.
    • A note is attached to the order.

5. Additional notes:

  • POS orders should also be imported.
  • If some plugin updates all orders, then too old orders will be ignored.
  • If the integration was configured more than 30 days ago, then all valid orders are imported already.

Step 1. Posting an order from WooCommerce to MRPeasy

  1. An order is imported to MRPeasy as a Customer Order at CRM -> Customer Orders.
  2. A note "In production" is added to the order in WooCommerce.
  3. The WooCommerce order number is copied to the Reference field in the MRPeasy Customer Order.

Step 2. Booking products for the order in MRPeasy

When an order has been imported into MRPeasy from WooCommerce:

  1. The software tries to book products. Available products are booked immediately.
  2. If there are products which couldn't be automatically booked, then:

Step 3. Notification when products are available for shipment

When all products are ready:

  1. The MRPeasy Customer Order’s status is changed to Ready for shipment.
  2. In WooCommerce, a note "Ready for shipment" is added in the order details, indicating that this order can be fully fulfilled.

Step 4. Shipping the items and subtracting the stock from MRPeasy

For shipping the items, there are two alternative options:

  1. Create a shipment in MRPeasy and pick all items. The status of the order in WooCommerce will be changed to Completed.
  2. Or, change the status of the order to "Completed" in WooCommerce. A shipment will be created in MRPeasy, and all items will be automatically marked picked so that products are deducted from the inventory.


All prices in the imported Customer Order are without tax.

  • All sales prices in MRPeasy are tax exclusive. If an item's price in WooCommerce is tax inclusive then its net sales price is derived.
  • Taxes are added to invoices, not orders in MRPeasy.

If invoices are created (option "Mark orders as paid" is enabled):

Canceled orders

If an order, which was imported to MRPeasy, is canceled in WooCommerce, MRPeasy can try to cancel the customer order.

To enable this functionality:

  • Select the option "When order is canceled in WooCommerce: "Cancel in MRPeasy"" in the integration settings.

Please note:

  • Manufacturing Orders (MO) and/or Purchase Orders (PO) will not be canceled,
  • If a shipment has been created for a customer order, the customer order cannot be canceled.

If a customer order cannot be canceled automatically by MRPeasy, a note is added to the order in WooCommerce.

Synchronizing inventory levels from MRPeasy to WooCommerce

MRPeasy can update the available quantities of products in WooCommerce.

If this function is enabled:

  • Once per hour MRPeasy will update available quantities of products in WooCommerce with available quantities from MRPeasy.
    See also: How to read the inventory numbers - in stock, available, expected?
  • Products are matched by "Part number" in MRPeasy and "SKU" in WooCommerce.
  • If some product does not exist in WooCommerce, or its’ inventory is not tracked in WooCommerce, then this product is ignored during the synchronization.

To enable this functionality:

  1. Go to Settings -> System settings -> Integrations -> WooCommerce.
  2. Click the Edit button next to your shop.
  3. Select the option "Sync inventory levels".
  4. If you have several sites in MRPeasy, choose what sites to synchronize.
  5. If you need to synchronize products with parameters, please enable the Legacy API at WooCommerce -> Settings -> Advanced -> Legacy API.

Setting up the WooCommerce integration

To set up the integration between WooCommerce and MRPeasy:

  1. Go to MRPeasy -> Settings -> System settings -> Integrations -> WooCommerce.
  2. Click the "Connect to WooCommerce" button.
  3. Fill in the required information:
  4. Click the "Install app" button.
  5. Set up products in MRPeasy.
  6. Optionally, add another WooCommerce store.

Importing customer information from WooCommerce

Depending on your business specifics, you may want to import customer information from WooCommerce to MRPeasy.

For privacy and data consistency reasons, it is advised to have customer information in one place only. That is, if a customer signs up in WooCommerce, better to have his contact details in WooCommerce only.

You can set up the integration in one of the following ways:

  1. Use a generic customer in MRPeasy, without importing any customer information. 
    • Do not select the option "Import customers".
    • Do not select the option "Import shipping address".
    • In this case, MRPeasy will create one generic customer in MRPeasy CRM, and use it for all orders that are imported from WooCommerce. It contains the domain name of your WooCommerce store.
  2. Import the customer. 
    • Select the option "Import customers".
    • Now, when importing an order, MRPeasy looks for a customer with the same e-mail address.
      • MRPeasy searches by customer's general e-mail first. If no customer is found, MRPeasy searches by the customers' contacts' e-mail. If there are several records with the same e-mail, any record can be selected - it is not possible to predict which record will be used.
      • If the customer exists, it will be used to create the order.
      • If no customer is found, a new customer will be created.
      • The shipping address will be added to the customer's details.
  3. Only import the shipping address, while using a generic customer in MRPeasy. 
    • Do not select the option "Import customers".
    • Select the option "Import shipping address".
    • Now, when importing an order, the shipping address is imported, saved in the generic customer’s details, and selected in CO.

Please note that WooCommerce allows updating the shipping address after the order has been placed. In this case, MRPeasy tries to update the address in the customer's details in MRPeasy. Nevertheless, please check that addresses match in both systems.

Guest checkout in WooCommerce

If you allow making guest checkouts in WooCommerce, then WooCommerce does not create accounts for your customers. Then MRPeasy also does not create customer accounts.

If importing of customers is enabled, and guest checkout is used:

  • The order will be imported under a generic name.
  • The shipping address will be imported with the customer's name included in the address.

Importing shipping costs

To import shipping costs from WooCommerce to MRPeasy:

  1. Go to Settings -> System settings -> Integrations -> WooCommerce.
  2. Configure the integration between WooCommerce and MRPeasy.
  3. Select the option "Import shipping costs".
  4. Select the stock item for saving shipping costs.

When an order is imported from WooCommerce, a new line with this item and the shipping cost is added to the order in MRPeasy.

Shipping costs will be imported from WooCommerce without tax.

Marking customer orders as paid

To mark customer order as paid:

  1. Go to Settings -> System settings -> Integrations -> WooCommerce.
  2. Configure the integration between WooCommerce and MRPeasy.
  3. Select the option "Mark orders as Paid".

When an order is imported from WooCommerce, a new invoice is created in MRPeasy with all products and shipping costs. The invoice is created with tax included. Full payment is added to the invoice.

Configuring products in MRPeasy and WooCommerce

Products must be set up in MRPeasy and WooCommerce separately.

The "SKU" field in WooCommerce must match the "Part Number" field in MRPeasy. Otherwise, the order of the product will not be imported to MRPeasy.

Please see:

  1. Demo video: Inventory management in MRPeasy.
  2. Demo video: Setting up procured items.
  3. Demo video: Setting up manufactured items.
  4. Demo video: Setting up inventory levels.
  5. Setting up new items.
  6. Import items.
  7. Enter initial inventory values.

Connecting several WooCommerce stores with MRPeasy

It is possible to integrate multiple WooCommerce stores with MRPeasy.

To do that:

  1. Please go to Settings -> System Settings -> Integrations.
  2. At the WooCommerce section, click the "+" button to add an additional WooCommerce store.

If you do not import customer information, then every WooCommerce store has its own generic customer. It contains the domain name of your store.


The integration between WooCommerce and MRPeasy is maintained by MRPeasy. If you have any technical questions about the integration, please turn to MRPeasy support.

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