For example, your business may rely on Salesforce to manage customers’ cases and tasks, Box cloud storage to manage productivity and collaboration between employees, Google Apps for emails and calendar sharing, Eventbrite to publicize events and sell tickets, Asana to manage team projects and tasks, and survey monkey to assess how content your customers are with your services.
Although these apps are very useful, each one of them works independently. What if we wanted these apps to talk to each other? To get output from one app and send it as an input to another app? Well, that’s where IBM App Connect comes in.
Using IBM App Connect, you can connect your applications in minutes, whether they are on the cloud or a private network, and with no coding required. If you’re wondering what you can do with App Connect? here are a few examples:
Example Use Cases:– Create a Salesforce marketing campaign triggered by the arrival of new stock.
– Simple automation can allow you to replace manual costumer data pulls.
– Keep your sales team in sync with new products and customers.
– Automatically notify your employees when a new sales plan update occurs.
Figure1: Synchronizing account data from SAP to Salesforce.com using IBM App Connect Professional
Integration:To integrate your apps together, there are 4 simple steps:
1. Select your apps (Salesforce, Trillo, MailChimp, Dropbox, Slack, Google sheets, etc).
2. Connect to your accounts.
3. Select the data you care about.
4. IBM App Connect runs it for you!