Integrate Commissions Into Your Business Systems

by | Aug 26, 2020

Gears work spin together, representing the complexity of using commission spreadsheets

Business data flows through all manner of software and applications these days. Research shows that 91% of companies use an ERP tool while 74% have adopted a CRM by 2019. Between these and other types of applications that support business operations, integration allows organizations to create powerful, unified systems to drive analytics, metrics, and any other important functions.

Core Commissions offers a customized integration experience for all the functionality you need.

This is why we’ve made it easy to integrate sales commission management into your existing programs through Core Commissions.

Integrate Through Our ETL Module

What’s ETL? It tells you exactly what the module does: extract, transform, and load. We’ve developed this tool in-house so that we have the flexibility to fashion it in whatever way it’s needed. Our implementers setup ETL modules with customized settings specifically for the integrations you need. 

Thanks to our flexible ETL module, Core’s application integrates with almost any upstream or downstream data source. This includes most ERP, CRM, TMS, or whichever acronym software you’ve got supporting your business virtually. Through this module, Core can pull, modify, or push data into virtually any software package with an existing API.

Not only can we connect to your existing systems, our implementers can develop routines that will trigger data loading automatically at a pre-set time daily or on-demand at the click of a button.

Need An Alternative?

While Core can hook up to your systems via API, we can also connect with automatic data feeds, like SFTP, a shared drive location, or whatever other option that fits your business’s needs.

We’ve set up many integrations and add new applications routinely. Below are just  a few of the more recognizable applications we’ve connected with.  

We Integrate With …

  • Quickbooks: Connect Core to your accounting application to boost your sales data and easily merge metrics that you can use to measure growth. 
  • Salesforce: Feed customer data, including sales, into your Core system. Then all you have to do is apply your commission rules and calculate with the click of a button.
  • HubSpot: Bring together a complete picture of your sales and marketing efforts, combined with commission data by adding Core to your HubSpot set up.
  • Sage: Harmonize your project management scheme with sales commission payments when you incorporate Core into the Sage mix.
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365: Link Core to your Microsoft Dynamics tools for a comprehensive accounting of all your business analytics — not to mention a simplified way to calculate commissions.
  • NetSuite: Fold commission payments into your Netsuite business software for a fully connected business management system.
  • IDI Billing: Adopt Core with our partners at IDI Billing for a full-service system that allows you to efficiently run billing and commission payments for your entire business.
  • Your ERP, CRM, or Other Financial or Business Management AppDrop us a line and let us show you how we can integrate Core with your CRM, ERP or other financial system

If Integrating sales commissions is a priority for you, schedule a free demo today to see what we can do for you. We look forward to building something amazing with your team.

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