Shopify is a cloud-based, multichannel ecommerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses. With Shopify, you can manage stores across multiple sales channels, including web, mobile, social media, and brick-and-mortar locations. Grow will unify your Shopify data to help you monitor and expand your business.

Get More with Grow — Your Shopify Reporting Tool

  • Gain powerful insights when you add Shopify to your all-in-one business command center in Grow.
  • Connect, blend, customize, and monitor data from Shopify alongside your other essential business data in real-time, in the palm of your hand.
  • Strategically visualize your data to focus your team around the goals and objectives that matter most.

Rachel Scava
Fully Accountable

“Grow’s integration with Shopify has given Fully Accountable the ability to provide our clients with real-time numbers and metrics that are important to the operation of their business. Being able to connect directly to their Shopify account gives us the flexibility to issue them a P&L on a daily basis, so that they always know where their sales are throughout the month. This integration not only saves time, it provides a ton of value.”

Questions You Can Answer With Shopify + Grow

What are our current week’s sales compared with last week?

How many of our customers are new/returning over the past 30 days?

How much inventory do I currently have on hand?

What are my top selling items this week?

What are my customers’ average order value over the past 90 days?

How many refunds did we process this month?

Reports and Data Available From Shopify

Abandoned Checkouts: All order sessions abandoned mid-checkout within the selected date range, including ID, token, cart token, email, date, referring site, source details, price, discount, subtotal, taxes included, total line items price, total, tax, weight, billing and shipping information, etc.

Customers: All customers, including orders count, state, total amount spent, multipass identifier, and tags.

Items Sold: A list of all items purchased, including item name and ID, order name and ID, order date, shop name, quantity, price, weight, SKU, vendor, fulfillment status, etc.

Orders: All processed orders matching the selected date range, including date created, date closed, gateway, total price, subtotal, weight details, currency type, tax details, order status, cancel reason, cancel date, customer info, discount codes, financial status, fulfillment information, etc.

Refunds: All refunds, including refund ID, created date, processed date, refund line items, transactions, restock, notes, user ID, etc.

Product List: A list of all products published to the shop inventory, including product name adn ID, created date, images, options, product type, tags, variants, inventory quantity, price, restock information, vendor, etc.

Shops Timezone: Details for the selected shop(s), including location, time zone, UTC Offset, etc.

Note:Grow’s integration with Shopify allows you unite data from multiple shops in a single report. If you’re unsure if your data is included, check out the specific fields for each report in the help article below.

Example Metrics From Shopify

  • Total Revenue – Current YTD
  • Map of Total % Orders by State
  • New vs. Returning Customers – Last 30 Days
  • Average Order Value – Last 30 Days
  • Total Sales vs. Number of Orders – Today
  • Monthly Sales – Last 12 Months
  • Top 10 Most-Purchased Items
  • Week-to-Week Number of Subscriptions, Current Quarter
  • Re-Order Rate – Past 6 Months

Related Help Articles

Shopify Overview // Shopify: How to Connect