The integrations platform built for ecommerce brands

HighCohesion allows you to connect any ecommerce platform with any other, automating the data flow between them, in real time.

Use HighCohesion to solve common ecommerce problems.

Deliver a delightful customer experience by keeping your stack running smoothly.

Multiple warehouses


Migrating data


Manage order peaks


Multiple stores


Re-process data


Instant truth


Get orders into a 3PL


Large datasets


Add custom logic


Error alerting


Useful unique IDs


Unify inventory

HighCohesion is for you


Provide a profitable and high quality service to customers by increasing product satisfaction via a market-leading experience.

Web Agencies

A solution that makes integrations easy to learn, setup and maintain ensuring you can deliver quality services to your clients.

Tech Partners

Work with a platform that is flexible enough to support different systems and unique business requirements

Trusted by these incredible brands

Ecommerce Platform Migration and ERP automation
Application of custom business logic to enable complex inventory needs
Migrated a single site to 5 new, automated multi-language sites
Powering 11 Shopify and 6 physical stores across Europe
Good enough for Europes fastest growing e-mobility retailer
“In the past 18 months we’ve gone through an extraordinary growth journey and HighCohesion is at the core of powering it. The way the product is able to handle ever-increasing complexity. We’ve been able to focus on expansion and the technology has kept up.”
Tom Carroll, COO, Pure Electric
Pure Electric

The HighCohesion Stream

We enable limitless, event-based data streaming between two or more platforms.


Responsible for accessing and pulling data from the Source System. The Source could be triggered either manually, based on a schedule or based on specific web events


When the Source is triggered, a Job is created. The Job will create one or multiple Events. An Event is a specific data type, for example the order data for a specific order.


The Event will then be transformed and any additional business logic added to fit the data structure and requirements of the Destination System.


Lastly, the Destination, which is responsible for accessing and posting data to the Destination System, will post the Event data to the Destination System in the correct data format.