XSales® SFA Mobile solution delivers Order-to-Cash business process end-to-end seamless integration for customers with SAP S/4 Hana
PEMBROKE PINES, FL / ACCESSWIRE / November 10, 2021 / XSales Mobility, Inc. today announced its XSales® SFA Mobile solution has achieved certified integration with SAP S/4 Hana Last Mile Distribution. This is the third SAP certification for this solution, which has been proven to integrate with SAP platforms, providing a natural migration option for the SAP Customers with SAP S/4 Hana looking for a rich functionality Mobile Sales Execution tool.
The SAP Integration and Certification Center has certified XSales® SFA Mobile 4.4.1 for integration with SAP S/4 Hana 2020 via the SAP integration scenario S4-LMD 1.0.
"We are delighted to announce the achievement of SAP certification for XSales® SFA Mobile solution," said César A. Bello CEO of XSales Mobility, Inc. "The fact that our Mobile Sales Execution solution delivers Order-to-Cash business process end-to-end seamless integration with SAP S/4 Hana will prove highly beneficial to current and future customer engagements."
As a result of the certified integration, XSales® Mobility now provides a proven, reliable and functionally rich Mobile Sales Execution solution integrated to SAP S/4 Hana Last Mile Distribution, which is a central component of the SAP next-gen DSD solution, SAP Direct Distribution (SDD).
About XSales Mobility, Inc.
XSales® Mobility is a Mobile Sales Execution service provider for 21+ years, with an installed client base with leading multinational companies across 21+ countries, 15,000+ implemented mobile users.
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