Aras to SAP and Salesforce data exchange


I wonder what methods are you using for data exchange between Aras PLM and other systems like Salesforce or SAP?

Are these community applications, some dedicated pieces of coding or other? I am looking for any advice or experience you may have.

Thank you for all your help


  • I think for both system many of the Aras partners offers integration solution. But if you do not fear coding, you can also do it by yourself.

    As far I as know, both Salesforce and SAP support communication with REST. So it should be possible to use a federation approach to connect these systems. 

    This video from Minerva actually shows exactly this kind of integration: 

  • We (Plural Technology) have used middle ware: JBoss Fuse, Cloud based API gateway services (Azure, AWS), Mulesoft for data exchange, in the past.

    Traditionally, we developed custom SOAP connectors, Web services based integrations to connect to Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Salesforce, AS400 based ERP applications. For SAP you have connectors available from some Aras Partners.

  • SAP Business ByDesign is loaded with functionalities that your business needs to boost profitability, you should not trust any inexperienced partner for its implementation. Hence, choosing the right and reliable SAP Business One Partner in Dubai UAE is essential.

  • I think if you have good command in Coding then you can do it easily.

    Another think for sap and Salesforce data exchange queries you can contact the Best SAP business one partner


  • SAP is very integrated into the ERP part, which SF does not have. Nevertheless, SAP CRM is rather old and cunning, compared to Salesforce at any rate how shiny it is. SAP4HANA is also somewhat convulsed even if the cloud is based. If you still use it on perm, it could be an interesting touchpoint (not compared to SAP4HANA on a private cloud).

    Also, when comparing costs, be careful to emphasize that you only pay for licenses at Techloyce. You don't need to pay server or maintenance costs (something that is often done in the SAP environment), plus no upgrades, you get the biggest and the latest.