Integrating with ERPs can be a headache. But Insite’s integration framework is the medicine you need. Learn how to think through the domain problems that disparate data models represent. Plus, understand how Insite’s connector strategy can help you jumpstart the integration project and how to best leverage the integration framework in ISC to accomplish your goals.

Key Takeaways

In this session, you’ll learn how to leverage the Insite integration framework, as well as the issues involved and problems you may encounter when implementing real-time calls and general integration, including:

  • Learn the basic building blocks of an ERP integration

  • When to refresh, when to use real-time calls – and when not to

  • The circuit-breaker pattern

  • How to handle the APIs being down (elegant degrading)

  • Insite’s connector strategy – what they are…and what they’re not


Presenter: Tom Frishberg
Title: VP Engineering
Company: Insite Software

Bio: Tom has served in many capacities at Insite Software since it’s founding, and currently serves as Vice President, Engineering.As a member of the senior leadership team Tom will lead the development team and help shape Insite’s product strategy, working closely with architects, product managers and applications personnel. Tom’s background includes more than 25 years managing and leading software development and solutions efforts.

Presenter: Mike Wurm
Title: .NET Developer
Company: Insite Software

Bio: Mike joined Insite Software in 2013. Over the past 5 years, he has served in a variety of development capacities and is currently focused on InsiteCommerce implementations and ERP/PIM/CRM integrations. Prior to joining Insite, Mike spent time in both B2B and B2C eCommerce, as well as manufacturing and defense. Mike holds an MBA from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls and a BBA in MIS from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh.