You can integrate your Retail POS account with:
This article explains how you can get the help you need with these integrations.
Get help with partner integration
The integrations you see on our integrations page are built by our partners—not Lightspeed. Therefore, if you need help with partner integrations, you need to visit their Help Centers or contact their Support team. To help you find these Support resources, we try our best to include links to them on our integrations page. Consider this page our source of truth for all things partner-related. If links to the Support resources of a partner are missing, however, visit the partner's website instead. You'll be able to find them there.
Get help with the Supplier Market
The Supplier Market was built by us—Lightspeed. Therefore, you can see our Help articles or contact our Support teams for assistance. As the Supplier Market includes both merchants and suppliers, however, the Support resources available to you are dependent on whether you're a merchant or supplier.
If you're a supplier, please see the Supplier Market Integration section for Help articles. You can also contact our Suppliers Support team in the following way:
- Email them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chat with them from your Suppliers Backoffice
Get help with bicycle vendor integrations
The bicycle vendor integrations were also built by us—Lightspeed. Therefore, you can see the Bicycle vendor integrations section for Help articles. You can also contact our Retail Support team for assistance.
Get help with the Lightspeed Retail API
With the Lightspeed Retail API, you can expand the functionality of your Retail POS account with third-party integrations. Getting help with these third-party integrations is dependent on whether you're a developer that is building or fixing an integration or a merchant who needs assistance with one.
If you're a developer who needs help building or fixing an integration, you can get assistance in the following way:
If you're a merchant who needs help with their third-party integration, contact the developer that built it.