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APPSeCONNECT integrates your ERP with Ecommerce, Marketplace and CRM Apps helping you save time and be a more profitable business!

SAP Business One Integration

Acts as a bridge between your eCommerce/Marketplace and your SAP Business One Back Office ERP system, covering B2B and B2C Business Scenarios.
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MS Dynamics NAV Integration

Streamlining eCommerce Order Processing, Inventory Replenishment & Product Updates through real time sync back & forth with your MS Dynamics NAV ERP.
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SAP ECC
Integration

Automating the core processes of large enterprise, bi-directional sync of Web Sales data with SAP Sales & Supply Chain and ERP Product Catalog to eCommerce.
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Why APPSeCONNECT?

APPSeCONNECT allows merchants to connect their eCommerce website and Marketplace Stores with Back Office ERP, feeding web sales channel’s information like Customer & Order info to ERP, also pushing ERP Inventory & Order Processing updates to the web.

  • Helps you leverage from investments made in multiple systems
  • Eliminates manual data entry and chances of erroneous data
  • Improves Order Processing Efficiency of back office
  • Increase productivity of your employees

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What Our Clients Say
client_img APPSeCONNECT has greatly improved our business efficiency, especially the speed and accuracy of order processing and the ability to communicate more swiftly with all our customers.Although everything was done remotely, we found the process of installing very smooth.
Dylan Wilk, Gandang Kalikasan Inc.

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Awareness and Vaccination Camp on Hepatitis B at InSync

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In furtherance to our constant efforts to promote a healthy work environment for all, InSync yet again has taken up the... Read More →
11Jul

InSync partners with NASSCOM to create a better start-up and IT ecosystem

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