In today’s fast-paced world, organizations have an increasing need for specialized software. Instead of using one generic enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, firms are now using multiple specialized applications. However, this opens the door for problems with info flow between systems. With seamless and automated integration, this can minimize if not eliminate this risk.
Integration is when multiple software applications are linked together to work as one. Through integration, systems are able to communicate with each other to pass data. This creates a seamless flow of information even with multiple applications.
How Do We Integrate?
Clear Spider can integrate with a number of ERP, Accounting, CRM, ECommerce, POS, and shipping systems for previous clients. SAP, Oracle, Sage, Microsoft Dynamics, Infor, Salesforce, and Shopify are just a few examples. Also, Clear Spider has plans to expand our list of integrations as we partner with new clients. No two organizations have the same needs, especially when it comes to software applications. That is why we have simplified our integration process so that our system can be integrated with any enterprise software on the cloud.
Clear Spider Integrations
Here are just a few of the software applications we can integrate with:
Using Web services, files can automatically pass between other applications. The Web services framework allows the interchange of data in formats such as XML and tabs-delimited. This is done through a request and response from each respective software application. The request includes a directory of data points so that the response transfers all the necessary information. Clear Spider currently has over 35 Web services in place for integration purposes. Through these frameworks, Clear Spider is able to securely move files between applications in real-time or in scheduled batches.
In addition, the Web services tracks errors and issues. It can send a notification to the system admin through a web front-end, email, or pager. This automated attendant ensures that integrations can be built quickly, and managed with limited effort. For those companies with an existing integration infrastructure, the Web services can simply act as an agent. As a result, there is no overlap with the existing framework.
If you have organization-specific questions or are looking to set up a system with integrations, you can click here to contact a knowledgeable product representative.