Rootstock has introduced its ERP Data Framework. The San Ramon, Calif.-based software vendor says the tool is a collection of ERP data objects designed for easier transfer and mapping of legacy ERP data to the Salesforce Platform than can be done by conventional methods.

Rootstock markets software for manufacturers, distributors and supply chain organizations. Rootstock CEO Pat Garrehy said the framework is designed for organizations not ready to replace older financial applications. For those using or planning to use salesforce “The Data Framework can simplify the process and reduce the time needed to map and transfer data into Salesforce,” he said in a prepared statement.  Data objects are pre-built to match typical ERP systems with the result the Salesforce platform can be populated to Rootstock’s API, via such integration tools as MuleSoft. There are also installation wizards. Rootstock is pitching three ways its system can be used. The first is through data visibility via the ERP Data Framework. The second is through a two-tier approach with companies using Rootstock for a business unit or process but still running the legacy application in other areas. Finally, there is the full replacement of the ERP system with Rootstook Cloud ERP.

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