Starfish ETL Releases 4.0 Version

Migration Service Offers New Connectors & Improved Functionality

Chicago, IL (April 18, 2017) – Starfish ETL, a self-service migration and integration platform as a service solution (PaaS), launches smart connection interface and connectors for Sage CRM, Epicor, and bpm’online with its 4.0 release. The updated version uses smart connection to streamline the user experience, simplify configuration and set up, and reduce confusion.

These connectors add to Starfish’s current suite of 45+ connector options. The Sage CRM connector has been updated to reflect the most current Sage CRM integration specifications. The update allows Sage CRM users to connect their system to other CRM’s, ERP systems, eMarketing programs, business apps, and social media collaboration tools. A connector for Epicor allows integration of Epicor’s back office data to an organization’s front office data.

In addition, a new connector is available for process-driven CRM, bpm’online. The Starfish development team built the connector for customers transitioning to this emerging CRM platform.

“The Starfish product team continues to meet our customers’ integration needs by building connectors for on-premises, hybrid and cloud solutions,” says Technology Advisors owner and integration expert, Sam Biardo.

David Wallace, general manager for Starfish says, “The Sage CRM connector update and additions of Epicor and bpm’online connectors were chosen strategically for our 4.0 release based on market demand for emerging Cloud-based CRM and ERP solutions.”

Starfish ETL is a feature-rich, self-service, data migration and integration platform for cloud-to-cloud, hybrid, and on-premises deployed solutions. The Starfish platform supports 45+ connections to popular business applications ranging from CRM, ERP, Marketing Automation, business apps like Google and Microsoft Office, Social Media, collaboration tools, and direct-to-transactional data stores. Its enterprise-class, scalable platform supports migrations ranging from small to enterprise-sized businesses. The company has a partner ecosystem of nearly 30 companies to address custom implementation requirements.