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November 2021 New Third Party Application Adapters by Madhav Poosarla

Blog: PaaS Community


It is time for the Oracle Integration November 2021 update. With holidays approaching, Bluebell the cat is pleased to take us through the cool new features and functionality in the update. In this blog, Bluebell will be specifically focusing on the new third-party adapters that are part of the update. Oracle Integration in the continuum of improving connectivity with third-party application providers continues to add new adapters with each release. Oracle Integration is pleased to announce the addition of the SugarCRM Adapter and eBay Marketplace Adapter to its growing list of connectivity adapters.

Let’s now dive into the details of the new adapters.

SugarCRM Adapter


Oracle always tries to improve the OIC capability by introducing the new adapters, which will enable users to perform plug and play integration. We are introducing Sugar CRM adapter as a new addition in OIC adapters portfolio with Nov’21 release.

Sugar CRM is one of the applications in the CRM space, it enables enterprises to automate their marketing tasks from marketing campaigns, to lead generation, to closing deals and finally to improving customer experience.

SugarCRM Adapter will enable you to connect and offer connectivity with the SugarCRM application seamlessly and helps businesses to manage customer relations more easily and effectively. Read the complete article here.

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