Microsoft Dynamics SAP Integration

Optimize your business processes with Microsoft Dynamics SAP Integration. Automate bi-directional data flows and empower sales and support with 360-degree visibility into opportunities, accounts, and orders. Integrate faster with an adapter that scales to your needs.

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Microsoft Dynamics SAP Integration

Streamline Workflows with Microsoft Dynamics SAP Integration

Master data sync

Update Customers, Accounts, Products  or Price Books in real-time or via batch process.


Convert a Dynamics opportunity into an SAP order or quote and send back to Microsoft Dynamics to generate a contract.

Real-time intelligence

Empower Sales with full visibility into order status, shipping, invoicing and accounts receivable.


Sync any Accounts, Sales or Invoice data

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Dynamics 365 connector capabilities

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  • Access online or on premise with User Session ID, OAuth 2.0 or two-way SSL .


  • Support standard or custom objects with SOAP or Web API (Odata).
  • Support real-time events or batch processing.
  • Test queries and generate schemas with Advantco Workbench.


  • Enable enhanced error handling and alerts.

Supported platforms

  • All SAP PI/PO versions from 7.3 to 7.5.
  • Cloud Integration (part of SAP Integration Suite)

Microsoft Dynamics SAP integration flows


Empower Sales and Support with real-time updates on orders, shipments and invoices to Dynamics. Simplify customer migrations and mass product and pricing changes with batch updates


Simplify quotations and orders with real-time opportunity sync into SAP. Join and query Dynamics objects with FetchXML or push custom events with Webhooks.

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Master data sync

Update Customers, Accounts, Products or Price Books in real-time or via batch process.

SAP to Microsoft Dynamics Demo

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Top 5 Features

Efficiency & Ease of Use

  • Channel communication is dynamic, where one channel can switch between Salesforce APIs reducing time consuming integration steps
  • Automatic pagination of large result sets without dynamic parameters in iFlows helps easy retrieval
  • Show related entities to the header entities accordingly so that outbound services can easily process
  • Update trigger that automatically runs when the data from a CRM tenant is retrieved to a CPI tenant.  This is used to keep data synchronized by identifying the data changes.

Web-based Workbench

  • Provides an optimal viewing and interaction experience.
  • Manage the defined connections to Dynamics CRM tenants and reuse them in iFlows

Why Advantco vs. SAP Microsoft Dynamics

  • advantco
  • Sap
  • Web-based Workbench
  • Message-based configurations
  • Update Trigger between CRM & CPI tenant
  • Auto-pagination mechanism
  • Show Related Entities in Group



Does Microsoft Dynamics integrate with SAP?
Yes, Microsoft Dynamics and SAP can be integrated. Integration is typically achieved through various methods such as APIs, middleware, or custom development to enable data exchange and streamline business processes between the two ERP systems. Advantco adapters are the best tool to integrate Microsoft Dynamics and SAP. Reach us
Why is integration between Microsoft Dynamics and SAP important?
Integration between Microsoft Dynamics and SAP is important because it enables organizations to leverage the strengths of both platforms, combining the robust capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics ERP with SAP's extensive business solutions. This integration enhances data visibility, accelerates decision-making, and optimizes business processes across the enterprise.
What are the key benefits of integrating Microsoft Dynamics with SAP?
Some key benefits of integrating Microsoft Dynamics with SAP include improved data accuracy, streamlined business processes, enhanced department collaboration, faster decision-making, and a more holistic view of the organization's operations.
How does data synchronization work in a Microsoft Dynamics and SAP integration?
Data synchronization in Microsoft Dynamics and SAP integration involves establishing a bidirectional data flow between the two systems. This ensures that customer details, product information, and financial data are consistent and up-to-date across both platforms. This is often achieved through middleware or integration tools that facilitate data exchange.
What are the common challenges in implementing Microsoft Dynamics and SAP integration?
Common challenges in integration include data mapping issues, differences in data structures between the two systems, ensuring data security during the transfer, and addressing potential system conflicts. Conducting a thorough analysis and planning to overcome these challenges is crucial.
How can organizations troubleshoot issues in Microsoft Dynamics and SAP integration?
Troubleshooting may involve analyzing error logs, monitoring data flows, and collaborating with technical support from both Microsoft Dynamics and SAP. It's important to have a well-defined support and maintenance plan to address and resolve any issues that may arise promptly.