ATLANTA, Ga. – Commercient today announced the authorization from Salesforce AppExchange of five of its ERP integration apps: Epicor, Sage, Open Systems (TRAVERSE), Microsoft Dynamics, and QuickBooks. These will accompany Commercient's existing SYSPRO Sync for the Salesforce CRM.
"We are extremely proud to expand our reach into these new ERP and accounting systems to continue to help more businesses integrate their data across departments and streamline their operations with leading software like Salesforce.com,” said Richard Jenkins, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Commercient.
Commercient is eager to tap into these new markets, particularly in the case of QuickBooks since Intuit recently terminated its Salesforce Sync Manager. Following the discontinuation of Salesforce for QuickBooks, Commercient expects a high demand for its QuickBooks sync app. Within hours of the approval, Commericent had already signed up several new clients for its Epicor, Sage, and TRAVERSE integration apps.
The cloud-based software company maintains one of the top-rated ERP integration apps, SYSPRO Sync, on the Salesforce AppExchange. Jenkins is confident the Salesforce community will be equally receptive to its other five apps.
For more information about Commercient's ERP integration apps for Salesforce, visit Commercient.com.
Commercient specializes in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) integration with the Salesforce CRM and B2B eCommerce portals. With clients all over the world, Commercient is a global leader in API integration for ERP Systems such as SYSPRO, Epicor, Open Systems (TRAVERSE), QuickBooks, Sage, Prophet 21, Microsoft Dynamics GP Nav AX SL, and many others.