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If you’ve seen a few of our other videos, you’ll know our answer is, “of course you can! But…” In this case, the but really is a question of approach. Each system has great, very well-built, well-documented, and well-tested APIs which can be used to push and pull information, however, there are many questions that need to be considered before a plan is executed upon.
The question is a bit of a misnomer. It’s kind of like asking what’s the difference between an apple’s skin and the species of apple it is. That is to say, you can’t compare them because they’re two completely different things.
The simple fact is, just about any system with an API (application programming interface) can theoretically be connected with another system that has an API. Those API’s allow data to be pushed and pulled from each system, either on a specified timetable or automatically when data is updated. In the case of Procore, we have built our own connector via Workato that allows us to move just about any data between the two systems, seamlessly.
While all things are possible, and Salesforce certainly has the horsepower to tackle many a task it wasn’t implicitly built for, we believe that a best-of-breed approach is the best solution. That’s why we have integrated Salesforce with Sage Intacct (a few hundred times).
In this episode of Venn in 60 Seconds: We have a surprise second-part to our previous video where we answer which is better, a global or boutique consulting firm, and what the differences are.
In this episode of Venn in 60 Seconds: We answer which is better, a global or boutique consulting firm, and what the differences are.
Spoiler alert: yes, Salesforce offers non-profit organizations who have their 501c(3) certification from the IRS a 10-person product grant to their Enterprise Edition. And wait, it gets better: this also applies to higher education institutions as well.
In short: Salesforce has multiple tiers of its core CRM product — Group Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition and Unlimited Edition. Each varried level of licensing enables different functions within the core platform. The Non-Profit Success Pack (or what used to be called the Non-Profit Starter Pack) or “NPSP,” overlays on top of the core platform. So the question isn’t “do we have Enterprise Edition or do we have Non-Profit Success Pack?” They’re two completely different things that are complimentary to, not divergent from one another.
While that question is long and seems complicated, the answer is pretty simple: directly, no. You cannot. However, we’ve found a clever workaround to connect multiple Salesforce environments to a single Sage Intacct environment. Curious how?
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