Customer relationship management firm Salesforce.com has announced new integration tools to connect its on-demand services with back-office systems.
The Apexconnect set of services has been designed to address businesses’ integration needs. It is based on Salesforce.com’s multi-tenant Apex platform.
The set will include ConnectOracle, designed to integrate Salesforce with back office Oracle 11i databases. The new connector will allow users to synchronise account information between Salesforce and Oracle 11i, using a pre-built template.
A new ConnectOut feature in the Apex platform will enable on-demand outbound messaging. This will allow changes in Salesforce data, such as the creation of a new customer, to be instantly communicated to other enterprise applications.
Salesforce.com has also announced a string of integration products produced by partner firms under the Apexconnect umbrella, allowing users to integrate Salesforce with enterprise applications from suppliers including Aboveall, Business Objects, Data Backbone, Dynamic Ventures, Ipedo, Jitterbit, Openaccess Software, Pervasive, Tibco, Salescentrix, Scribe, Sesame Software and Twoconnect.
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