Welcome to the Subscription Economy: Integrate Zuora in a Snap with SnapLogic


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Last week SnapLogic sponsored the Zuora Subscribed 2013 conference in San Francisco. A key theme throughout the event was the importance of staying connected. Whether you're just beginning to adopt cloud applications in your IT organization, or your company is transitioning to the subscription model, the right approach to application and data integration is critical to bottom-line success.

To learn more, visit: http://www.snaplogic.com/.

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  • A new solution required for the new world where Data gravity Elasticity, a key requirement
  • Across industries and verticals Modern and old school Discuss more about what many are doing
  • http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/print-edition/2011/06/10/snaplogic-eases-ties-between-cloud-apps.html?page=all
  • Information on orders placed from Vantiv mobile is sent via HTTP to SnapLogic SnapLogic processes the order and pulls the appropriate RatePlans and Products from Zuora Subscribes the users to the right products Creates Accounts and Contacts in Salesforce and updates Zuora Sends data back to the caller to acknowledge the successful processing of the orders
  • Adhere to Global Collect standards to process and produce the Mandate files Submission of new Mandates to Global Collect Handle the response on accepted and rejected mandates Process the mandates with any exceptions and update in Zuora accordingly Email notifications along each step of the process
  • The scenario we will be looking at today will be a Salesforce account that we perform a round trip sync with to Zuora and back as well as gathering the new accounts in Zuora and bringing that to birst to gain some insight into which regions and states we have grown the most in This is the snaplogic designer which is a thin client that can be run on any browser Foundry –Drop down, you can see that there are some snaps available here. We have over 150 so this is a small subset un configured components or java classes/templates There are Compare changes
  • Welcome to the Subscription Economy: Integrate Zuora in a Snap with SnapLogic

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2 Congratulations Zuora on a Great Event! www.subscribed.com/sf
    3. 3. 3 The 9 Keys to Subscription Success
    4. 4. 4 The Subscription Manifesto http://www.subscriptionmanifesto.com
    5. 5. 5 Today’s Agenda  Brief Introduction to SnapLogic  Common Zuora Integration Use Cases Scenarios  SnapLogic for Zuora Demonstration  Discussion and Next Steps
    6. 6. 6 SnapLogic: The Cloud Integration Sponsor #Subscribed13
    7. 7. 7 SnapLogic: Connecting The New Economy
    8. 8. 8 From Point to Point to a Cloud Platform Approach N (N-1) / 2 where N = # of nodes 8 (8-1) / 2 = 28 connections N + 1 where N = # of nodes = 8 connections Custom Code/Legacy: Point-to-Point SnapLogic: Hub-N-Spoke
    9. 9. 9 Select SnapLogic Customers www.snaplogic.com/customers
    10. 10. 10 Today’s Agenda  Brief Introduction to SnapLogic  Common Zuora Integration Use Cases – Praneal Narayan, SnapLogic Alliances  SnapLogic for Zuora Demonstration  Discussion and Next Steps
    11. 11. 11 SnapLogic and Zuora  Close partners since 2011  Also sponsored roadshows in Atlanta, Chicago  Primary use cases: – Application Integration and ETL / Batch Processing
    12. 12. 12 HTTP Post (XML) Order information Subscriptions Accounts and Contacts Reports Other Future Partners App Integration: NCR Silver
    13. 13. 13 Batch / ETL: News Corp and IPC Media
    14. 14. 14 SnapLogic Demonstration  Scenario: – Salesforce Account round trip sync to Zuora – Zuora to Birst data upload for BI analytics  Integrations – CRM integration – Order orchestration – Product catalog synchronization – GL integration – Payment Gateway integration
    15. 15. 15 Why SnapLogic? 10x Faster  Zero coding necessary  Rich drag, drop and configure user experience  150+ prebuilt Snaps for rich connectivity 6x Cheaper  Rapid development and deployment of integration pipelines  Rapid assimilation of new applications investments  Avoid vendor lock-in with flexible subscription pricing Purpose-Built for the Cloud  Highly flexible deployment capabilities tailored for Cloud usage  Self-serve integrations from mobile devices  Built with web principles from the ground up
    16. 16. 16 Discussion  Darren Cunningham – SnapLogic Marketing  Praneal Narayan – SnapLogic Alliances  Karthik Bandi – SnapLogic Solutions Architect info@snaplogic.com
    17. 17. 17 www.snaplogic.com