Register for our latest webinar and learn the latest on Salesforce Connect’s “clicks not code approach” to integration, and effective use of External Objects integration with Oracle.
There are a lot of integration patterns available to connect Salesforce with Oracle. The latest release from Salesforce, “Salesforce Connect,” follows a “clicks not code” approach to integration that fully leverages the powerful industry standard REST API, OData. Despite physically residing in an on-premise ERP, CRM or warehouse, Oracle OData external objects are available in real-time and appear native to the Salesforce Platform.
We brought in the best to speak on this topic. Greg Stasko (Sales Engineer, Progress) and Mitul Patel (Senior Integration Consultant in the Center of Excellence for Salesforce Integration, Appirio) are experts on data integration and are eager to share the latest trends and methods. They will share the most effective use of Salesforce Connect External Objects integration with Oracle as well as scenarios you might avoid.
Webinar Title: Integrate Oracle Data Sources with Salesforce Connect
Date: May 19, 2016
Time: 2:00 pm ET
Greg Stasko, Principal Sales Engineer, Progress
Mitul Patel, Senior Integration Consultant in the Center of Excellence for Salesforce Integration, Appirio
During this webinar, you’ll learn:
We are very excited for this webinar and we hope we can help you get the most out of Salesforce Connect. We like to be at the cutting edge of data connectivity and provide the best resources to help our customers not only succeed, but exceed expectations and be the best at what they do. Register for the webinar and take Salesforce Connect to the next level!
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