EMPOWERING SALESFORCE WITH ERP DATA
CONNECTORS ARE THE OLD WAY TO INTEGRATE.
The Salesforce AppExchange is packed with ERP connectors, but often they fail to offer robust and meaningful integrations that complement both environments. Why is this?
01 / YOU NEED QUALITY ARCHITECTURE IN BOTH SYSTEMS
Your ERP and Salesforce are distinct systems with their own use cases and architecture. You need your architecture designed in a scalable way. You don't want to just pick up one system and dump it's framework into the other.
02 / YOUR BUSINESS IS NOT BASED ON A GENERIC TEMPLATE - IT'S UNIQUE.
No two businesses are the same, ever. Your integration between ERP & Salesforce should be designed according to the needs of your business processes - not the rigid limitations of the available connectors.
03 / EVOLUTION SHOULD NOT HAVE TO MEAN REVOLUTION
Your business changes from year to year. This impacts the flow of information between enterprise software tools. If a connector does not allow you to adapt, you find yourself in a tech standoff with your bottom line losing out.
INTEGRATE ERP & SALESFORCE. PROPERLY.
ERP + Salesforce
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INTEGRATING BETTER, TOGETHER
ELIMINATE BOTTLENECKS & INEFFICIENCY
Manual or even overnight transfer of data between systems causes frustration and incomplete data, leading to higher costs. With Cargo, data is transferred immediately between Salesforce & ERP, improving processes with crossover between different business units and various enterprise productivity tools.
EMPOWER BOTH SALESFORCE & ERP USERS
Traditional connectors focus on replicating the functionality of one system into another. But both systems have their own best practises. Cargo instead allows the best of both worlds. We transform data in transit to the format which works best in the destination system, resulting in increased user adoption & scalability.
COMBINE DATA SOURCES FOR HOLISTIC VISIBILITY
Combining data sources to gain deeper business insights is set to dominate discussions throughout the 2020's. The companies likely to win the next decade will be those who can use their data to expose actionable analytics. The Cargo app allows a data model which is machine-learning ready.