San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/04/2014 -- iServiceGlobe announces two new enterprise products that help synchronize data between Google Apps and SAP® applications.
Today, iServiceGlobe, an IT software development company and SAP partner, announced the release of two of its products on the SAP HANA® Marketplace – G-Connect and Mogo Mobile. G-Connect is a cloud-based application that synchronizes email, calendar appointments and contacts between Google Apps and the SAP® Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) and SAP ERP applications. Additionally, G-Connect is being extended to integrate Google Apps with SAP’s cloud based offerings such as the SAP Cloud for Customer mobile app. Mogo Mobile is an SAP-certified mobile app that allows users of any mobile operating system to synchronize data in SAP CRM with their corresponding Google Apps account. The two applications, which were first released in the SAP Store and the Google Apps Marketplace in 2013, are already being used by customers in North America and Europe.
Speaking on the company’s original goals when developing the two applications, iServiceGlobe CEO and technical architect Srini Katta remarked, “When we noticed an uptick of SAP customers migrating away from Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange and using Google Apps, we knew those customers would demand the same level of integration that they had grown accustomed to over the years. G-Connect and Mogo Mobile are the first two steps in that direction.”
In addition, iServiceGlobe is extending existing integration between Google Apps and SAP solutions by developing new products, including an app that integrates Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Analytics with SAP applications such as the SAP Cloud for Customer mobile app, SAP CRM, and SAPERP.
iServiceGlobe is participating in the Google Global Partner Summit, March 4-6, in San Francisco.
For more information about G-Connect: http://www.iserviceglobe.com/gconnect
For more information about Mogo Mobile: http://www.iserviceglobe.com/mobile
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