Sugar Integrations with Bedrock Data
Bedrock Data is a data management platform that lets businesses synchronize and manage their data, fast and easy.
The Bedrock Sugar integration lets you bi-directionally sync lead, contact, account and opportunity data from Sugar to other systems you are integrating with. It will also automate the creation and updating of leads and contacts in the Sugar system, and it’s compatible with all Sugar versions.
In this blog post, we will show you how to setup the Sugar connector, and look at other useful Sugar integrations inside of Bedrock.
Getting Started with Sugar in Bedrock
From the Bedrock Data main screen, go to Connectors, and select Sugar CRM. Enter your Sugar CRM admin user account name, password, and API URL (instructions on how to generate an API URL can be found here).
What Sugar Data Can Be Synced?
What Objects and Actions Are Supported?
|Object||Bedrock Object Name||Permissions||Custom Field Support||Relationships*||Required Fields**|
Create (Lead Only)
* Relationships can be used to map fields from related Objects. Learn more about how to map fields from related Objects.
* Where a 1-to-Many relationship exists between related objects, we do not recommend mapping fields. Learn more here.
** Required fields must be mapped in Bedrock for records to sync as expected. Learn more about how to best manage required fields here.
Important Functionality Notes
Auto-Generate Your Mappings
The most common objects that you'll be mapping in Bedrock are the contact-type objects. Bedrock also works with many other object types such as opportunity (deals) and company.
The easiest way to know if an object will be available to map in a given integration you have setup is to use the Auto-Generate Mappings functionality in the Mappings section of your Bedrock portal.
The steps for mapping all of the available objects is the following:
- Go to the Mappings home screen
- Click on Auto-Generate Mappings
That’s it! You will automatically see mappings for all of the available objects between the connected systems. As noted above, the majority of the systems will only have a Contact Mapping. However, through the Contact Mapping, you will likely be able to access data on related objects (Company, Opportunity, etc.).
After you’ve auto-generated your mappings, the next step is to go into each mapping and review the fields that were automatically mapped. Make sure they are fields you want to keep, delete or perhaps add additional fields to the mapping.
What are Other Useful Sugar Integrations?
Sugar - Eventbrite
Sugar - Cvent
Sugar - Shopify
Sugar - Salesforce
Give Bedrock Data a try and let us know what you think. To learn more visit www.bedrockdata.com