GoSaaS Adapters

Lightweight yet scalable tools that allows you to integrate cloud applications with legacy and other cloud systems.


GoSaaS Adapters –Pre-built Integrations to Connect Apps


What are GoSaaS Adapters?

GoSaaS Adapters provide out-of-the-box adapters to connect various systems such as PLM, CRM, CAD or any other system. Our team of GoSaaS consultants can also implement a custom adapter for any given scenario as well.

GoSaaS Adapters can work with most major cloud integration platforms such as Integration Cloud or can be used with any middleware as GoSaaS Adapters also have built-in middleware capabilities 

The following out-of-the-box adapters include:

  • Oracle Cloud
  • Dynamics GP
  • Oracle JD Edwards
  • Sage CRM
  • Salesforce.com
  • Xavor PLM Portal
  • Different Database
  • Management Systems (MS SQL Server,
    Oracle, MySQL, SQLite)
  • REST, WCF, WSDL Services
  • Oracle Agile PLM
  • Dynamics CRM
  • EduNet
  • MiSys ERP
  • MS SharePoint
  • FDA-UDI Submission
  • File System (.xml, .csv
    or .tsv), Network/Cloud
    storage locations
  • Autodesk Vault
  • MS Office (Excel, Access
    OR MS Project)

How Can GoSaaS Adapters Help?

Extensible Architecture

GoSaaS Adapters are designed to be extensible. New systems can be integrated and adapters can be implemented without any changes to the core framework.


GoSaaS Adapters provides standards-based inbound and outbound interfaces to receive and send messages so they can work with all major integration cloud platforms.

Ease of Deployment

GoSaaS Adapters are quick to deploy and does not require complex configurations to make it work.


All system configurations are stored in a repository which can be updated via the web-based administration interface.


GoSaaS Adapters maintains key information about message processing and tracks activities by audit log. The Management and Analytics module provides full system visibility using the web interface.

Scalable Design

GoSaaS Adapters' modular design enables integrations to scale up to the participating system’s data volume and frequency.