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OIC – Syncing Netsuite customers and contacts with Eloqua by Niall Commiskey

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What follows is a simple example of syncing Netsuite Customers/Primary Contacts with Eloqua Accounts/Contacts

I create a new customer in Netsuite – Commiskey Botanicals with Joe Strummer as a contact. I run the integration – and validate in Eloqua – So how did I do this?
An raibh sé draíochta? – you may well ask, but no, no magic, just OIC. So back to the integration. I began by creating a Saved Search in Netsuite – think of this like SQL for dummies – you pick the business object you’re interested in, join with other related objects and then you’re finished; you have the data you require. Read the complete article here.

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