Alluvia, the Company That Has Revolutionized Integration Between the Popular SAP Business One ERP System and CRM, Ecommerce, and Other Applications, Has Recently Announced Automated Integration for the Zoho Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System
Alluvia, the company that has revolutionized integration between the popular SAP Business One ERP system and CRM, ecommerce, and other applications, has recently announced automated integration for the Zoho Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. The Alluvia cloud-based managed integration platform helps managers build integrations in a fraction of the time it usually takes to integrate applications. Once integrated, data streams automatically from Zoho to SAP B1 and back. Everyone in the company will then have immediate access to the most up-to-date information through a centralized repository of data about prospects, products, and customer contact information, quotes, and orders.
SAP Business One is one of the most popular ERP systems for small and mid-sized businesses. Zoho is a CRM established specifically for small and medium-sized businesses to automate the sales process and close deals quickly. Integrating these two systems eliminates manual data entry, provides real-time information, synchronizes data, and reduces the sales cycle length. Ultimate business efficiency is achieved.
Historically, establishing integration between SAP Business One and Zoho required expensive consulting engagements that could drag on for weeks and months. Automated integration from Alluvia provides a revolutionary alternative, at an affordable monthly price.
Users select which synchronizations are needed based on their business needs, selecting from business transactions, items and inventory, and/or customers and accounts. Supported documents include account sync, contacts, orders, products, quotes, inventory, and price books.
The cloud-based tool from Alluvia makes automated SAP Business One integration with Zoho possible for businesses of all sizes. Integration can be managed by internal employees thanks to the intuitive interface, adding new synchronizations as their business expands. With a no-contract policy, companies have nothing to lose and everything to gain with this new approach to integration.