In principle, all common ERP systems can be docked to our software. However, these ERP systems usually have different requirements in terms of technology (e.g. response times, availability, security, data volumes, etc.) and technicality. Often, business entities or structures do not match. In this context, data mapping is an important topic. It is about linking fields of different databases. Mapping is usually the first step in data integration.
In addition, there is always the question of who is the “producer” (i.e., provider) and who is the “consumer” of an API. As a rule, the customer’s ERP system also provides APIs. In this case, it is the task of the integration layer to establish a connection between the systems as the consumer of several APIs.