Tag Archives: sfdc with sage x3 integration

Promote Quote from SF to Sage X3 ERP using GUMU™ Lightning Components

In this blog, we will discuss about how the user can promote a Quote from Salesforce to Sage X3 ERP by using GUMU™. Below are the steps to create New Quote from Opportunity Layout: – Login to Salesforce. Navigate to “App Launcher”. Search and Select the “Opportunity” for which the Quote needs to be created.… Read More »

GUMU™ Features – Import or Export Entity Mapping in Sync routines using GUMU™ Lighting Interface

Our GUMU™ Integration for Salesforce has launched a couple of new feature in its new version. One of the new key features introduced in GUMU™ is it enables user to Import and Export the Entity Mapping from the Entity Mapping/Import tab. Earlier, if the user needed the mapping to be added to a different Org,… Read More »

GUMU™ Salesforce Tricks & Tips – Scheduling Import Routines in GUMU™ Lighting Interface

In our previous blog for Import Routine we discussed about “How to Import Data from Sage (Sage 100, Sage 300, Sage X3) to Salesforce” using the Salesforce Classic Interface, but in this blog we will be discussing the usage of same after inclusion of the Salesforce Lightning Component update in GUMU™. Kindly follow the steps… Read More »

GUMU™ Features – Sage ERP Data Preview

To improve the overall user experience in our GUMU™ integration, we have introduced a new “Salesforce – ERP Data Preview” feature. This feature will provide user the ability to preview & validate the ERP data prior to it being imported in Salesforce CRM. Kindly follow the below steps in order to preview the ERP data… Read More »

Promote Sales Order from SF to Sage X3 ERP through GUMU™ using Salesforce Lightning Components

Our product GUMU™ Integration is well known for real-time bi-directional link which syncs data from Salesforce to Sage ERP and vice versa. Using GUMU™ user can promote Sales Order from Salesforce to Sage ERP as well as import the data from Sage ERP to Salesforce. Also, now GUMU™ Integration is Salesforce lightning ready. In this blog,… Read More »