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Connect Gmail with your ERP Solution

Developed by Google, Gmail is a free, web-based email service that can be used on any device. Gmail allows users to easily organise their email, receive emails up to 50 GB in size, and set reminders to respond to emails. Gmail users can also chat, make voice and video calls, and collaborate on business projects through shared files and tasks. 

Gmail is simple and intuitive to use and has the capability to capture a lot of information – information you’ll need to move into an accounting or enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutionThat’s where things can get complicated. Transforming the data requires workflows, time, and manpower, and mistakes are costly.

Use Saltbox to Connect Gmail to Your ERP Solution

Saltbox is the answer. It seamlessly connects Gmail and your ERP solution so you can transfer data at lightning speed. The Saltbox Platform is Vision33’s cloud-based, integration-as-a-service platform that eliminates human error and maximises your ERP investment. Drag-and-drop functions within Saltbox’s visual data mapper convert your Gmail data to your ERP solution’s format, and its engine moves information through the cloud with the power of AWS scaling, allowing it to handle an infinite data load. Most importantly, Saltbox allows you to keep a human involved in workflows or automate the entire data connection process. 

The options for connectivity between Gmail, your ERP solution, and other mission-critical business applications are endless with Saltbox. Vision33 can even leverage The Saltbox Platform to create custom endpoint connections for your unique business application. Contact Vision33 to learn more about making the Saltbox connection today. 

For more information about how you can connect Gmail with your ERP Solution, please contact us.

For more information about how you can connect Gmail with your ERP Solution, please contact us.

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