Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business process management software allowing companies and organizations to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate many back office functions related to technology, services and human resources.
Cleo's Cloud Application Connector lets you connect and integrate with your Acumatica application, which is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that allow users to access Financials, CRM, Manufacturing, Distribution, Project Management, and Field Services functionality in one system.
This Connector allows you to connect to your data for seamless integration into your ERP, CRM, fulfillment, and other enterprise applications to keep data aligned between front-end and back-end systems.
Integrating CIC with external Web applications follows this basic process:
1) Using an intuitive Wizard in the CIC Studio, you connect to your external application and then define and configure resources (mainly Business Processes and Schemas) to work with specific APIs. Packages are automatically created for each of the supported API objects (Accounts, Orders, Products, Invoices, etc) with http requests (Get/Post/Put, etc) for each.
Within these packages are Business Processes used to call the API, and Schemas that can be referenced from Rulesets.
2) You then incorporate these connector resources with other integration Projects as part of a larger, overall integration solution. An example could be to seamlessly add products into an E-commerce application based on other ERP, CRM, Finance systems, etc., or even a backend database or flat file integration.
Each Business Process has a corresponding request and response JSON Schema that can be used as part of the data transformation scenario you may require. For example, you can add, update, query, or delete information in Acumatica based on other ERP, CRM, Finance systems, other backend databases or even a flat file.APIs
The Acumatica Connector provides access to multiple APIs, including:
- Accounts (with inquiries by period, sub-account, location, summary)
- Customers (location, class, payment methods, price class)
- And many more
HTTP Methods available
- POST (Create)
- GET (Read)
- PUT (Update/Replace)
- PATCH (Update/Modify)