Integrate Salesforce and NetSuite: Automate Lead-to-Cash

  • Salesforce-Netsuite SmartConnector

Integrate Salesforce and NetSuite: Automate Lead-to-Cash

Product Marketing Manager

This month’s product highlight features Celigo’s Salesforce – NetSuite SmartConnector. This out-of-the-box product automatically synchronizes key data between Salesforce and NetSuite – such as Opportunities, Sales Orders, Accounts, Contacts, Items, Pricebooks, Customer Financials, and more. With the SmartConnector, Sales reps can use Salesforce to manage their pipelines while Finance can use NetSuite to manage orders, invoices, billing, pricing, and the financials – without creating manual work or process bottlenecks.

How the Product Works

When an Opportunity reaches a Closed-Won status, a new Sales Order is automatically created in NetSuite. This allows Finance to quickly invoice a customer without having to manually create the order. Customer financials, such as payment status, invoice issued, and account balance, can be made available from NetSuite to Salesforce. Other key data can be configured to automatically synchronize and update between the applications.

Product in Action

Cellebrite, a global mobile data technology company, uses Celigo Salesforce-NetSuite SmartConnector for the backbone of its core lead-to-cash business process. Cellebrite is experiencing faster fulfillment cycles, faster invoicing times, and 360 degree view of their customers across its offices in Europe, Asia, and the U.S. Read the case study to learn more.

Integrating Salesforce and NetSuite: On-Demand Webinar

Celigo integration experts discuss best practices for integrating Salesforce and NetSuite. They share how Celigo’s Salesforce-NetSuite SmartConnector can optimize the integration between these two applications. View now!

For more details on how you can automate lead-to-cash, visit the the product page.

Learn More: Salesforce-NetSuite SmartConnector

Product Marketing Manager
By | 2018-06-12T01:01:41+00:00 May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Finance/Accounting, Integration Best Practices, Salesforce Connector|

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