We’re happy to introduce the Microsoft Dynamic NAV Connector and show you how to work with it.
Allied Market Research estimates that the ERP market will be $41.69 billion by 2020 with CAGR of 7.2% between 2014-2020. As mid-size enterprises looking to reduce operational cost, it is expected that these enterprises will adopt more ERP software. We are excited to announce our new connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV which has the largest number of customers among Microsoft Dynamics offerings.
Modern businesses require modern customer relationship management. For many organizations, Salesforce fulfills that need. Salesforce can increase and accelerate sales, grow customer loyalty, and enhance marketing capabilities. It gives teams across an organization the ability to access and leverage the most up-to-date customer information in order to streamline business processes and create the most effective services and solutions. But in order for it to happen, businesses need to develop a Salesforce integration strategy to make sure it connects with the necessary enterprise systems.
Integrating SAP and Salesforce.com? Join Intrigo Systems, a leading SAP and Salesforce.com partner, and MuleSoft, the most widely used integration platform, to learn how this can be done painlessly with easy developer tooling on Mule ESB that doesn’t sacrifice performance and power.
- Overview of the SAP to Salesforce integration problem
- Discussion of integration options and best practices
- Use Case Demo #1: Customer Master
- Use Case Demo #2: Entitlement & Return Process
This week we announced the availability the Mule SAP Enterprise Connector. This is a major milestone since Mule is the only next generation ESB to be certified by SAP.
SAP is one of the most popular Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions on the market. But the big challenge for SAP customers is how to integrate SAP with other systems and application, which is key to automate and optimize business processes.