Salesforce Implementation

API’s and Integrations

What are API’s and integrations?

CRM integration is all about future-proofing your organisation and planning at least a few steps ahead when adopting new cloud platform. Integrations allow you to connect your systems, so they talk to each other in real-time. It will enable data flow between departments and all system users.

When you implement Salesforce, you frequently need to integrate it with other applications. Sometimes you will be able to use an out-of-the-box integration (Salesforce offers plenty of them), or you would use an API to connect the systems. Connectivity of platforms is becoming ever more crucial the further we progress down the business automation road.

By using integration benefits or API’s from Salesforce, you will be able to supercharge your companies future. With the alliance between Salesforce and third-party technology solutions, the possibilities are endless.

Why use API’s or integrations?

Integrations and API’s help organisations achieve higher levels of operational consistency, efficiency and quality. 

It’s automation. It’s the future. It’s here to stay.


The benefits of integrations?


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Build a superior business system

Business automation spans from HR and customer support to sales and marketing. Integrating all your systems will allow data to flow between departments and build a collaborative culture.

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Align your departments

By integrating your systems, you can avoid problems such as communication delay, repetitive task management or data quality issues. Make sure your departments talk to each other through one well-rounded and integrated platform, to save time and money.

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Let your digital ecosystem fuel your business growth

Nowadays, organisations are using multiple systems to fuel their growth, and it’s only going to get more complex as we walk into the future. Integrated systems are transforming how companies run. The Salesforce platform empowers organisations to transcend growing pains that previously were holding them back from taking their business to the next level of profitable growth.