Sage 300 and Salesforce Integration
- PRODUCT PRICE
- SALES ORDER
- Any Item listed in your Sage 300 will be uploaded as Products in the Salesforce with all details.
- Respective details can be synced from Sage 300 to Salesforce along with pricing, weight, description, a short description and other specifications.
- Item details update and modifications are also synced in Salesforce from Sage 300 ERP.
- The product prices are taken by the pricing set up in Sage 300 ERP and are synced as the standard item price in Salesforce.
- All the customer registration information like account information, billing & shipping address, etc. will be synced to AR Customers of Sage 300.
- Any existing web customer details will be downloaded to the Sage 300 ERP system.
- All the contact registration information like contact name, contact details address, etc. will be synced to AR Customers of Sage 300.
- Any existing contact details will be downloaded to Sage 300 ERP system.
- All the Salesforce Sales Orders will be synced as OE Orders in Sage 300 along with line-item details, tax, billing, shipping address, due date, etc.
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