All Sage 100 integrations are not equal - both the quality and the depth of integration matter.

Is the integration bi-directional? Can the integration fix errors going into Sage 100? Can it go beyond inventory levels, products, and base prices?

Businesses are increasingly dependant on integration software to allow the information in their ERP to be unlocked to power e-commerce, payment portals, and sales rep tools on their website. This data drives the customer activity functions that are now moving online - customers want all of their information available to them right now.

This means moving a lot of data between the ERP and the website: names, addresses, tax schedules, shipping addresses, notes, payment methods, plus all of the transactional data: invoices, payments, orders, warehouses, purchase and payment history, products, pricing, inventory, RMAs, and shipment tracking.

It’s important to guard the integrity of the data that runs your website and powers your business. If data breaks down, you’re in trouble: missed sales opportunities, frustrated customers, and a damaged bottom line.

Generic integrations might not understand your specific ERP configuration well enough to prevent or solve errors, translate values or formats, or provide customer-specific data.

You need 100% perfect delivery of data between your ERP and your website(s), triggered by automatic detection of data changes on either end.