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Integration Guide

Wavebid has partnerships with several third parties to create a seamless flow of information in and out of Wavebid. These partner integrations make it easy to send catalogs to a bidding platform, process payments, email customers, and market events.  

Below is a list of articles pertaining to Wavebid's various integrations, along with a brief description of each article. If further assistance is needed with integrations, please contact support@wavebid.com.

  • Payment Gateways: Wavebid supports five payment gateways, which allows for automatic billing and invoicing using this payment process. This article describes the process for connecting Payment Gateway accounts to Wavebid to allow the processing of payments, refunds and other transactions. 
  • Integrating Email: Wavebid has the ability to send emails for marketing or invoicing purposes using a preferred email address as a "sent from" address. or integrating into a desktop web email application. These emails can also be used for marketing purposes. Email templates and email Marketing tasks can be created that will automatically be sent in the days leading up to an auction. The article describes the process for setting up "Reply To" and "Sent From" email addresses.
  • Multi-Day Auctions: Some Auction Houses may wish to take a large auction from Wavebid and divide it into smaller auctions that span 2-3 days in a bidding platform. This article describes the process for creating multi-day events and then importing the bidder and sale data after the event is complete.
  • Integrating with Multiple Bidding Platforms: This article describes the process for connecting a Wavebid auction with more than one of Wavebid's integrated bidding platforms (listed below).

 

Bidding Platforms

  • Proxibid: Proxibid and Wavebid have an integration that allows users to export a catalog and photos directly, re-export changes to a catalog, and pull in sale results directly from Proxibid to Wavebid. This article describes the process for linking the accounts and exporting auctions from Wavebid to Proxibid. 
  • BidSpotter: BidSpotter (GAP) and Wavebid provide an integration allowing users to export a catalog and photos directly, re-export changes to a catalog, and pull in sale results directly from BidSpotter to Wavebid. This article describes the process for linking a Wavebid account and/or auction with BidSpotter, exporting an auction to BidSpotter, and importing bidder and sale data to Wavebid.
  • BidWrangler: BidWrangler and Wavebid provide an integration allowing users to export a catalog and photos directly, re-export changes to a catalog, and pull in sale results directly from BidWrangler to Wavebid. This article describes the process for linking a Wavebid account and/or auction with BidWrangler, exporting an auction to BidWrangler, and importing bidder and sale data to Wavebid.
  • Invaluable/AuctionZip: Invaluable/AuctionZip (INV/AZ) and Wavebid have an integration allowing users to export a catalog and photos directly, re-export changes to a catalog, and pull in sale results directly from Invaluable/AuctionZip to Wavebid. This article describes the process for linking an account and posting from Wavebid to Invaluable/AuctionZip. 
  • LiveAuctioneers: This article describes the process for linking a Wavebid account to a LiveAuctioneers account, exporting auctions from Wavebid to LiveAuctioneers, and importing post sale data back into Wavebid.
  • Marknet (SAM): SAM and Wavebid have an integration allowing users to export a catalog and photos directly, re-export changes to a catalog, and pull in results directly from SAM to Wavebid. This article describes the process for linking and exporting to SAM, and then importing auction results.
  • Maxanet: Maxanet and Wavebid provide the ability to auto-export a catalog and photos, as well as update changes. This article describes the process for linking to Maxanet and for exporting from Wavebid to Maxanet.

 

For Marketing integrations, see the Marketing Guide.

 

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