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Salesforce Integration Services

Salesforce Integration Services

An enterprise make use of numerous applications, several or the majority of which are not considered to work with one another. Circumstances having data isolated across departments and applications is an incommodious challenge organization tackle. Salesforce, as a leader in cloud based CRM, has helped reduce valuable resources to address these concerns streamlining enterprise growth.

Techila Global Services offers services that include integration of salesforce and other separate legacy apps through Cloud APIs and other integration points, thus helping organizations reach superior levels of operational efficiency, and quality. The best approach is opted according to Customer’s business processes and necessities from the available integration alternatives considering security parameters and let businesses obtain complete benefit of current IT investments, at minimal effort and outlay.

Integration of external Web services and between business processes across departments, applications, and partners senses the availability of data from the entire business environment. It makes possible to monitor business performance in real time, noticeably boost productivity, and end IT bottlenecks perking up business value. We support organizations by fulfilling the deep integration needs involving data, security and business logic spanning abundant applications, eradicating the complexities by aligning it with solutions.

Examples of Integration Projects:

  • Opportunity record synchronization from Oracle to Salesforce using a third party Java developed application
  • Existing module: IntacctMax – setup and configuration of this financial integration module
  • Custom sync using APEX triggers and external Web Services calls