SAP and Salesforce
A major manufacturer of dental supplies is using Salesforce Community to sell services and programs to dental hygienists and dental practices. Corevist’s integration takes the sales from Salesforce, books them in SAP, and pushes any relevant SAP data back to the end user.
The result? Technology that enables the natural sales cycle in the dental products market. Dentists and hygienists get what they need, and our client gets the right data booked into Salesforce and SAP.
One of our clients, a manufacturer of composites, wanted to connect Salesforce to SAP, with integrations to variant configuration and e-commerce included. Customers needed to log in the e-commerce store, configure a product with varying attributes, and place a request-for-quote. That solution needed to post to Salesforce and SAP.
The solution? Corevist’s integration between Salesforce and SAP. Customers can conduct self-service product configuration, Salesforce has accurate data, and everything gets seamlessly booked to SAP.
A global manufacturer of paint wanted to connect painting contractors with B2C sales opportunities. To get it done, they needed to connect Salesforce with SAP.
Our solution? A hybrid B2-B2-C mobile app that integrates all relevant systems. The B2C customer requests a paint job, a contractor accepts the job and offers a quote (which is placed in SAP and Salesforce via the integration), and the final sale goes through eCommerce into SAP. One app, 3 parties, and 2 major software systems, all working together.