DBSync has announced some new integrations. The first adds Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to its existing Microsoft integrations. It has also added an integration for Vend. DB Sync provides an IPaaS platform that enables companies to connect combinations of SaaS, cloud and on-premise applications together, without having to maintain bespoke connectors.
The newest addition to the Microsoft integration is for Microsoft Dynamics 365 business central. It supports integration for a wide variety of data sets including CRM, ERP and eCommerce. The new Vend connector enables companies to connect between Vend and other ERP solutions. This includes the synchronisation of billing, invoice and inventory data between the two solutions. As with other DBSync integrations both these integrations are customisable and will support regular synchronization. It is available for a 14 day trial.
Other Microsoft Dynamics integrations include:
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for CRM/365
- Microsoft Dynamics GP (On-premise)
- Microsoft Dynamics NAV (On-premise)
Others listed in the press release but with no separate entry in the DBSync integrations are:
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Field Service
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM (On-premise)
Rajeev Gupta, DBSync’s Founder and CEO commented: “We are seeing an increase in customer requests for integrating Microsoft cloud-based ERPs, and the use cases are ever expanding, from Order-to-Cash to Data warehousing. We’re always focused on providing an efficient integration solution in adopting Cloud Applications which will help businesses to automate their processes and make use of cloud data across their applications.”
Enterprise Times: What does this mean
It is little surprise that DBSync is building out more connectors for its IPaaS platform. The Microsoft Business Central connector is one that several companies will expect to see as that new solution gains traction in the marketplace. That it appears to be one of the first to do so may help it shift towards a high performer in the G2 grid for best iPaaS software, it currently appears as a niche player.