Oracle CRM On Demand Synchronized with Salesforce.com

Migrating from Oracle CRM On Demand to Salesforce.com? Looking for bi-directional synchronization between CRM applications? Check out this new Informatica Cloud integration demonstration. It’s drag and drop, point and click, cloud-to-cloud data integration as an on-demand service. Be sure to check out the working beta of the Informatica Marketplace for more examples.

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