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Pervasive Connects QuickBooks With Salesforce.com

DataSynch automatically synchronizes customer, product, and order information between the two systems.

Pervasive Software has launched integration tools for synchronizing data between Salesforce.com's online customer relationship management system and Intuit's on-premise QuickBooks accounting software for small and mid-size businesses.

Pervasive DataSynch, released this week, automatically synchronizes customer, product, and order information between the two systems. The software is built to provide bi-directional integration through an installation process geared toward small organizations without IT staffs.

The new product, which can be deployed in less than an hour and runs seamlessly in the background, provides one view of a customer to reduce dual entries, and synchronizes inventory data from QuickBooks to product line items in Salesforce.com. The software also provides updated account status to sales agents.

Pervasive DataSynch costs $75 per month for up to 10 users, plus a one-time setup fee of $495. Optional custom integration is available. The software can be purchased through Salesforce.com's AppExchange online store.

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