They first implemented a new enterprise resources planning (ERP) and professional services automation (PSA) applications. When they chose the systems, they expected the applications would seamlessly share information with their marketing, human resources management (HRM), and applicant tracking system (ATS). Unfortunately, that didn’t happen.
Fairly quickly, the Onebridge team was spending time manually exporting and importing data between the various applications. And, while this was not difficult, it was time spent on low-value. The ad-hoc data transfers made it difficult to get real-time insights into data across applications.
Larecha was responsible to get all of the applications to a position where they can share information seamlessly, across the board. However, the Onebridge HR team is unsure if they are going to continue using their current HRM and ATS applications. Since Onebridge is still going through their re-branding process, Larecha decided to start with the integration that would add immediate value: integrating NetSuite with their marketing platform, HubSpot.
“I needed an integration platform that played well in the cloud. Celigo was the one solution that met all my requirements.”
Larecha immediately started looking at several integration solutions. However, after narrowing her search to platforms that focused mainly on HubSpot, she realized that what she needed was a solution that would allow Onebridge to manage integrations throughout the organization. She needed an integration platform that would not only connect NetSuite and HubSpot but one that would provide an integration solution for other applications that Onebridge planned to add in the future.
When considering her integration choices, Larecha was looking for:
- A clean, modern, easy-to-use user interface
- A solution that can be handed o to non-technical department heads who can manage the integrations with minimal training and IT support
- A vendor that has a deep understanding of, and experience with, ERP cloud integrations
“We’ll ad adding new cloud-based applications soon, so I needed an integration platform that played well in the cloud and offered more than just point-to-point integrations,” said Larecha. “Celigo was the one solution that met all my requirements.”