Integration: SAP - SFDC Bidirectional Integration

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About This Service

Synchronize data between SAP and Salesforce systems. For instance, when information for a new customer is entered into Salesforce, it is important that this data is made available in a timely manner for financials, performance management, and other business functions managed by SAP. Other SAP-Salesforce integration uses include:
• Synchronizing master product lists between SAP and Salesforce
• Sending data for won opportunities in Salesforce to SAP for invoice creation
When SAP and Salesforce are properly integrated, companies are able to streamline and fully automate their business processes. Companies further benefit from SAP and Salesforce integration in the following ways:
• Elimination of the need for dual data entry, saving time and money
• Fewer data redundancies and errors caused by manual data entry
• Enhanced agility to act on new information quickly

About the Vendor

From:
India
Member Since
May, 2020
Avg. Response Time
8 HOURS
Recent Delivery
6 DAYS

We offer custom development, integrations, product development, implementation, and digital transformation services. Our aim is to provide agile solutions to benefit our customers in ever changing economy to enable them create unexceptional customer experience. We specialize in custom product development and CRM, ERP, implementation and customization. Our teams are well versed in various technologies and tools and are capable to deliver quality solutions. We help our customers in achieving higher customer experience and delivering excellence.

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Package

$1,500

Standard

45 Hours and One Process Integration

$4,000

Advance

135 Hours and Three Process Integration

$7,500

Premium

270 Hours and Six Process Integration

Variation Name

Standard

Advance

Premium

Price

$1,500

$4,000

$7,500

Unit Testing

Yes

Yes

Yes

Process Implementation

Yes

Yes

Yes

After Deployment Support

No

4 Hours

8 Hours

End User Training

Paid

Yes

Yes

Number of Processes

1

3

6

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Frequently Asked Questions

This is ideal for projects with a well-defined scope of requirements or those with set/limited budgets.

How it works:

  • Client and Vendor mutually agree on a fixed scope of project deliverables and whether to deliver it in one or multiple payment milestones before initiating the project. (Additional milestones can be added during the contract if needed.)
  • Client deposits funds in their wallet as per the agreed milestone (Non-US clients can hold payments in their wallet for a maximum of 60 days. U.S. clients can hold the payments in their wallet for a maximum of 20 months.)
  • The Vendor submits the deliverables to the Client for approval. Client review the Vendor deliverables before approving to release the payments in the wallet.
  • When a vendor submits the deliverables for payments, the Client has up to 7 days to either accept the work or request changes.
  • Vendor payments are released in two separate batches each month i.e., the 15th and the 1st
  • Payments due between the 1st and 15th of the month (post seven days submission period) are released at the end of each month. Similarly, Payments due between the 15th and end of the month (post seven days submission period) are released on the 15th of each month.
  • For projects with multiple milestones, the same process continues.

This is ideal for projects with continuous work (no specific deadline) or when unsure of the project's scope.

How it works:

  • The Client set a weekly limit on Vendors' billable hours.
  • Client fund one week of payments (maximum permitted hours) in advance to their wallets through their console.
  • The Vendor logs their time through their console and submits their timesheet for work carried out each week.
  • Clients have until seven days to review the work and file for a dispute, if necessary.
  • If there is no update from the Client within seven days of timesheet submission, then the payments are automatically released to the Vendor in the next payment cycle.
  • If the Client approves the timesheets, the payments are released to the Vendor in the next payment batch.
  • Vendor payments are released in two separate batches each month i.e., the 15th and the 1st
  • Payments due between the 1st and 15th of the month (post seven days submission period) are released at the end of each month. Similarly, Payments due between the 15th and end of the month (post seven days submission period) are released on the 15th of each month.
  • In case the billed hours are less than the amount in the wallet, then the balance amount is automatically carried forward and added to the payment wallet for the coming week.
  • If required, the Client may request a refund for the unbilled amount.

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