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How to integrate with MYOB Accounting

By TIM | Oct 19, 2009

MYOB Accounting Plus and Premier use an underlying data file to hold the records. In the current versions, this is not a relational database, making traditional integration difficult. MYOB have over the years released a series of ODBC drivers. These have allowed programs such as Word and Excel to extract data and in some cases, insert…

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Productized integration processes – are we crazy?

By Deborah | Oct 8, 2009

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that you can productize specific business processes into a packaged integration solution. This is something that regularly perplexes die-hard integration architects and at the opposite end of the spectrum regularly astounds SMEs when they find out there aren’t pre-built integrations between every application.  …

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Basecamp Integration

By Terry | Sep 29, 2009

Researching some new ReadyMade possibilities for integration to Basecamp.   Seems Basecamp is hugely popular, as we’ve had some requests to take a look at how it might be integrated with a couple of key applications, such as Salesforce and Saasu.   Here’s my proposed flow between the Basecamp and Salesforce objects:   Integrate Basecamp…

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Open Source Data Management

By TIM | Sep 29, 2009

Now that’s cool.  Talend announced today they’ve acquired all rights to the Master Data Management (MDM) technology of Amalto Technologies https://www.talend.com/press/Talend-Announces-First-Open-Source-Master-Data-Management-Solution.php. This will enable organisations of any size to consolidate their data and tackle data management without spending a hefty sum.  This will present a viable alternative to the big guys, could be interesting.

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Business Catalyst to MYOB integration

By TIM | Sep 29, 2009

Working on a ReadyMade for Business Catalyst -> MYOB Accounting for cash sales, here’s the basic process:     This is in response to requests to automate the entry of ecommerce sales into MYOB, eliminating the need to manually key in each invoice.  It takes about 2-3 minutes for each invoice to be manually entered…

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Working on our ReadyMade roadmap

By TIM | Sep 22, 2009

Worked on our roadmap for ReadyMade’s for the rest of the year.  So far I’ve got: Salesforce -> Quickbooks (Australia) Business Catalyst -> MYOB Salesforce -> MYOB Retail Manager SugarCRM -> MYOB   If I’m off the mark it would be great to get input.  We’ve put up a text box here to take input…

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Salesforce-Saasu ReadyMade update

By TIM | Sep 18, 2009

The Salesforce to Saasu RIO ReadyMade integration solution now includes payment information updated to Salesforce.  Here’s the new application integration process flow:   Looking for more details, check out the product documentation or contact us.   Thanks to www.dryicons.com for the above people icon.

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LDAP connector for Boomi

By Walter | Sep 18, 2009

We have built an LDAP Connector using the Boomi Atomsphere SDK.  The requirement was for Active Directory (AD) to Netsuite application integration for the synchronisation of Contact and authentication information between the client’s AD implementation and their Netsuite customer portal.  We chose to build an LDAP Connector for the solution. The Connector  can create, modify…

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Integrating MYOB Retail Manager to salesforce.com

By Deborah | Sep 14, 2009

We’re looking at integrating the MYOB Retail Manager product to salesforce.com.   This would be a new ReadyMade solution, providing a pre-built solution that integrates the following:   No date set for development and release, but it’s on our roadmap, we’ll keep you posted.

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Cloud Messaging Anyone?

By Deborah | Sep 14, 2009

Looking for asynchronous messaging on-demand, cloud-based and at a price that won’t break the bank, check out Linxter.  Linxter features include: Message Polling Transactional Queues Endpoint Reconfiguration Communication Channel Management Internet Connection Retries Non-repudiation File Chunking   At a price point starting as low as 5/mth – not bad.

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