Webgility vs. Synder: Which automation solution is better for your ecommerce business?
You have choices when it comes to finding an automation partner. What you choose will depend largely on what you want to sync to your accounting solution and how often.
For example, Webgility syncs new orders and transaction events in real time, as often as every fifteen minutes, whereas Synder supports a per-day or per-hour transaction sync, depending on your plan. So if you’re trying to keep up with orders day and night, you might need an accounting automation solution that works more around the clock.
Otherwise, if your online store is more customized or you want to integrate with a specific payment processor, you might choose a solution that has more of those integrations.
Similarly, if you’re considering opening a physical store or selling in person, Webgility integrates with several major point-of-sale providers and can even help you choose a POS system.
As far as customer satisfaction goes, Webgility and Synder are well-matched, with each boasting five-star reviews and customer success stories. But Webgility customers get free onboarding and live support regardless of their plan.
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|Plans start at $49/mo; save 20% when you pay annually
Plans start at $61/mo; save 20% when you pay annually
|Made for multichannel businesses that sell online and in person
Medium plan: Single-channel sellers
Scale, Large, and Enterprise Plans: Multichannel sellers
Amazon, BigCommerce, eBay, Etsy, Shopify, Walmart, Wix, WooCommerce, Magento, Avalara, ChannelAdvisor, Lokad, Mailchimp, and more
Shopify, Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Affirm, BigCommerce, Walmart, Magento, Wix, Ecwid by Lightspeed, Best Buy, and WooCommerce
QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop/Enterprise, NetSuite
|QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop, Xero, Synder Books
|Sales channels, orders included
Cloud plans start at 3,000 orders per year, 1 sales channel, a 90-day historical data sync, onboarding, and implementation.
All desktop plans include 12,000 orders per year, 2 sales channels, a 90-day historical data sync, onboarding and implementation.
|Plans start at 500 monthly transactions and unlimited integrations with historical data sync add-ons.
Shopify POS, Square, Clover POS, Lightspeed
|Payment and payroll integrations
|Stripe, PayPal, Authorize.net, Shopify Payments
|PayPal, AfterPay, Brex, Braintree, GoCardless, Authorize.net, Bluefin, Payrix, Pin Payments, Affirm
|Support and implementation
|All Webgility plans include free support via live chat and email and onboarding, including implementation, setup, and training from automation experts.
|Medium plan: Email support only; no onboarding
Scale plan: Email, phone, and chat support; no onboarding
Large and Enterprise plans: Email, phone, and chat support; onboarding included
|Real-time, as often as every 15 minutes
|Per day or per hour
|Automatically download and post orders
|Automatically post payouts and settlements as summaries
|Automatically post transaction-level details as individual line items
|Automatically record COGS data where specified
|Multichannel inventory sync capabilities
|Handle items bundled in groups or assemblies
|Business performance and profitability analytics
|Sync prices between online stores and accounting
|Supports multiple payment methods
|Complex sales tax automation
|Purchase order automation
Webgility vs. Synder: Choosing the right solution
On average, Webgility customers add two new sales channels to their business lineup with cloud automation.* Others report increasing order volumes by 250% and doubling revenue thanks to automation.
But whether you’re deciding between Webgility vs. Synder, Webgility vs. A2X, or something else, you don’t have to do it alone.
Talk to an expert to discuss your business needs, goals, and automation strategy. Or jump right in and start your free 15-day trial.
*Based on an analysis of over 1,200 subscribers who have used Webgility cloud automation solution for over a year. Data acquired October 2023.
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