1. Shopify: Shopify is a popular e-commerce platform that integrates seamlessly with WooCommerce. Using the Shopify integration, you can easily sync your products, inventory, and orders between Shopify and WooCommerce.

2. Salesforce: Salesforce is a powerful CRM platform that can be integrated with WooCommerce to manage customer data, sales processes, and analytics. With the Salesforce integration, you can track customer interactions and sales data in real-time, enabling you to make informed business decisions.

3. Mailchimp: Mailchimp is an email marketing platform that can be integrated with WooCommerce to automate your email marketing campaigns. With the Mailchimp integration, you can easily sync customer data, segment your audience, and send personalized emails to drive sales and engage your customers.

4. Google Analytics: Google Analytics is a powerful tool that provides valuable insights into your website traffic, user behavior, and conversion rates. By integrating Google Analytics with WooCommerce, you can track the performance of your online store, measure the effectiveness of your marketing efforts, and optimize your website for better conversions.

5. Zapier: Zapier is a popular automation tool that allows you to connect different apps and automate repetitive tasks. With the Zapier integration, you can create custom workflows and automate processes such as order fulfillment, inventory management, and customer support, saving you time and effort.

6. Facebook: Integrating your WooCommerce store with Facebook allows you to reach a wider audience and promote your products on the social media platform. With the Facebook integration, you can sync your products, create dynamic ads, and track conversions to maximize your ROI on Facebook advertising.

7. Amazon: If you sell products on Amazon as well as your WooCommerce store, integrating the two platforms can help you streamline your inventory management and order fulfillment processes. With the Amazon integration, you can sync your product listings, track inventory levels, and process orders from one centralized dashboard.

8. Google Pay: Integrating Google Pay with WooCommerce allows you to offer a seamless checkout experience to your customers. With the Google Pay integration, customers can easily make payments using their saved payment information, reducing friction and increasing conversion rates.

9. PayPal: PayPal is a widely-used payment gateway that can be integrated with WooCommerce to accept payments from customers around the world. With the PayPal integration, you can offer multiple payment options to your customers and securely process transactions.

10. QuickBooks: QuickBooks is a popular accounting software that can be integrated with WooCommerce to automate your financial processes. With the QuickBooks integration, you can sync your orders, track revenue, and manage your finances more efficiently.