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Shires Equestrian Products Launches B2B Ecommerce Website with Prima ERP Integration

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Shires Equestrian Products, based in Bristol, England, provides equestrian equipment for both horse and rider. Family-owned since 1968, Shires distributes their products to equestrian retailers around the world.

Case for Change

Shires uses Prima ERP, which has a challenging API to connect with. Previously, their ecommerce platform was Magento 1, and the web design firm they hired was never able to connect their Magento 1 site with Prima. Therefore, their initial site and ecommerce stack suffered from inefficiency and ineffectiveness.

Shires’ key concern was that their wholesale pricing and discounts rules were not factored into their B2B ecommerce site because of the lack of connection between their ecommerce site and their ERP system.

The Solution

Shires Equestrian Products Website
View their new online ordering portal - Powered by Cloudfy

Key Features


Cloudfy’s b2b ecommerce software offered Shires the ability to give their customers personalized user experiences through restricted categories, where only certain product categories are available so that only certain customers can see them. This feature tailors the user experience to fit the needs of different customers.


The invoice and payment portal component allows clients to pay online and access their invoices 24/7. Cloudfy also imports PDFs into the portal and integrates with Sage Pay, their merchant service provider.


The new ordering portal gives Shires’ customers supply chain visibility, which lets clients have see lead times so they can better navigate supply chain issues. With this feature, Shires can give their clients as much detail as they need about the delivery, even down to the delivery time.


With Cloudfy’s self-service document store feature, the burden on Shires’ support staff is eased as customers login online and download any documentation they need, such as contracts, health and safety guides, or product instructions.


Cloudfy’s multi-site functionality provides a UK- versus a USA-based storefront with different URLs for each site as well as two different branded shopping experiences. This helps with personalization, marketing, and localization, including setting units of measure and currency.

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Your Cloudfy setup comes complete with a rich slate of automation tools and customer self-service features designed to minimize the reliance on your staff for routine tasks. Less admin burden, simpler IT stack, and smoother customer experiences – all out-of-the-box in a fast, turn-key setup.

SAVE $$$

Boost your bottom line by lowering your IT costs and reducing your admin expenses. Cloudfy’s automation tools can slash your processing costs and eliminate multiple software licenses. Plus, you benefit from the IT savings of a done-for-you SaaS solution over pricey in-house development.


Your Cloudfy solution includes the premier slate of b2b ecommerce features for multi-national distribution that can be switched on as your business scales and your needs adapt: EDI ordering, Punchout, Multi-Store Configurations, Multi-Warehousing, Multi-Currency, Multi-Lingual and so much more.

ERP Systems Integration

Cloudfy comes out-of-the-box with pre-built ERP System Integrations so launching your connected ecommerce webstore is just a simple, routine configuration task. This turn-key dynamic expedites your time-to-launch and keeps your setup and maintenance costs way down.

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Streamline your operation, improve customer satisfaction and accelerate your quote-to-cash cycle by giving your clients their own easy-access portal to tackle any-and-all routine requests including:
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