Neto Integration

Neto Integration

Neto D·engage Integration

In a matter of minutes, without a single line of code you will become able to connect your Neto store to your D·engage account. This integration is a one-way sync that sends your product catalog as well as your contact and order data directly from your Neto store into your D·engage account for both logged in customers and guests. 
You can use this data to send personalized follow-up emails to your contacts, trigger automations to run based on behavioral data, create targeted micro-segments, define campaign conversion goals, and more.

To integrate  CDMP with Neto, you need to follow three basic steps:

  1. Get API details from the Neto Store
  2. Enable the Neto integration
  3. Integrate Service Worker file on Neto store

How to get Neto API Details

First you need to fetch API key and Username from your Neto Store. Follow the steps below to get these details:

  1. Log in to your Neto Store.
  2. Go to settings & tools 🡪 staff users
  3. Select your user name
  4. In the user detail section there is a field named “API Key” if this field is empty then click on regenerate.
  5. Click save & close.

Enable the Neto Integration

Now you have your Neto store username and API key, follow the steps below to enable integration.
  1. In your D·engage account click Data Space > Integrations and click Connect to start the configuration.
  2. Enter your Neto Store Name,, API Key and Username.
  3. Click Connect ad Next button.

Synching Data

Once your Neto store is connected select the type of data you want to sync: Contacts, Products and/or Orders.
All Contacts and Product data are synched. Order history can be synched up to a year.
Pre-Mapped Data Fields
Contact, Order and Product data come with pre-mapped fields. Please view the tables below for details.

Contact Data Pre-Mapped Fields


Neto
D·engage
ID
Contact_Key
BillingAddress.BillFirstName
name
BillingAddress.BillLastName
surname
 EmailAddress
email
BillingAddress.BillPhone
gsm
 Active
state
Type
tags
 AccountBalance
total_spent
NewsletterSubscriber
email_permission
NewsletterSubscriber
gsm_permission
NewsletterSubscriber
verified_email
DateAdded
created_at
DateUpdated
updated_at
Gender
gender
tags
tags
total_spent
total_spent
verified_email
verified_email

Product Data Pre-Mapped Fields

Neto
D·engage
ID
Product_ID
Name
Title
Categories.CategoryID
category_id
ImageURL
link
ImageURL
image_link
DefaultPrice
price
PromotionPrice
discounted_price
IsActive
availability
BaseUnitPerQuantity
stock_count
BaseUnitPerQuantity
stock_count
SearchKeywords
Tags

Order Data Pre-Mapped Fields

Neto
D·engage
Username
contact_key
ID
order_id
DatePlaced
order_date
OrderStatus
order_status
OrderType
order_source
GrandTotal
total_amount
OrderLine.Length
item_count
ShippingDiscount
discounted_price
ShippingOption
shipping

Managing Your Integration

You can manage the connection and view sync history at any time from the Data Space > Integrations page.
  1. Disconnect Button: Clicking the "Disconnect" button will prevent future contact, product and order data from syncing into your D·engage account. Any data already synced from that Neto store will not be deleted and will remain even after the store has been disconnected

How to Integrate Service Worker File

To receive Push notifications, You need to Integrate the service worker file with Neto store. Follow the steps below to integrate the service worker file.

  1. Login to your Neto Store.
  2. Go to settings & tools 🡪 All settings & tools.
  3. Search for “Custom Scripts” and select “Custom Scripts”.
  4. Add new custom script by clicking on Add New button.
  5. Enter the meaningful name for the script and set its status to active.
  6. Add script to the script section and click save button.
  7. On clicking the save button, Neto will send a verification token to your registered email address. 
  8. Copy that verification token from your inbox and paste into the following dialog.
  9. Click verify token button.
  10. After adding the script into the header section of code, You need to add the service worker file into the root directory of Neto store.
  11. For this You need to send a request to access the files of Neto store.
  12. Visit this link: Request SFTP Details (neto.com.au)
  13. Fill out the form and click submit button.
  14. The Neto team will send the credentials to access the files via email.
  15. Note: It can take 12-15 hours. 
  16. Note: You need an FTP client to access the files. We are using WinSCP in this example.
  17. Open WinSCP and start a new session.
  18. Enter the credentials sent by the Neto team and click login.
  19. Upload file in httpdocs folder and close the session.
  20. Now go to the Neto store,  a dialog will appear. 
  21. Click allow button.
  22. After clicking allow you will receive notification

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