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Jitterbit and Navint Partner to Accelerate Recurring Revenue Billing Systems Implementation

Jitterbit and Navint Partner to Accelerate Recurring Revenue Billing Systems Implementation

API Integration Technology and Lead-to-Revenue Expertise Combine to Create Pre-Built Templates

 Jitterbit, the API transformation company, and Navint Partners, an advisory and technology firm that helps enterprise organizations drive growth and operational efficiency, announced their partnership to deliver fast solutions that connect Salesforce CPQ & Billing to enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms, bringing greater efficiency and alignment to the front and back offices.

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New revenue and monetization models create complexity in connecting a solution, such as Salesforce CPQ & Billing, with an ERP system. This partnership combines the Jitterbit API Integration Platform with Navint’s expertise and offerings to deliver a set of flexible, pre-built templates that speed the implementation of recurring-revenue billing systems.

“At Navint we’re seeing significant demand for a solution that simplifies the connection and integration between applications across the entire lead-to-revenue lifecycle,” said Sean Joyce, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Technology, Navint. “In partnering with Jitterbit, we’re incredibly excited to leverage its enterprise integration platform as a service to now offer our clients greater ability to unify sales and finance.”

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“Done properly, modern lead-to-revenue is a comprehensive process that requires a 360-degree approach to integration with ERP systems to sell successfully,” said Ron Wastal, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Alliances, and Channels, Jitterbit. “The Navint-Jitterbit partnership ensures that organizations will not only be able to integrate CPQ and billing systems with ERP platforms faster and more reliably, but they will also be able to streamline the purchase and cross-sell process for customers.”

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