Sitecore Connectors

Sitecore is a rich platform with extensible integrations that preserve the connected experience for the next emerging channel.

Not just one-off integrations

Sitecore Connectors are prepackaged integration products that deliver out-of-the-box functionality so you benefit from the integration immediately. They also allow for customization to fit your specific needs. When you use a Sitecore Connector, you get more than just an integration to a third-party system. Each connector is built on a framework that provides a blueprint for how to deliver data and functionality to Sitecore. This ensures Sitecore Connectors are not custom-developed, one-off integrations, but are highly usable, consistent, maintainable, and upgradable.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Dynamics CRM Connect puts the decision of “who owns the data?” in your hands, because Sitecore uses the data wherever it resides. Customer information in the CRM can influence the online experiences you manage from within Sitecore, and customer online behavior can influence their profiles in the CRM. Your customer segmentation will also co-exist in both systems.

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Microsoft Dynamics AX

Sitecore® Commerce powered by Microsoft Dynamics lets retailers analyze and personalize online experiences from the Sitecore Experience Platform (XP) in real time, while also delivering advanced back-office capabilities from Microsoft Dynamics, like support for loyalty programs, gift cards, call center management, and order management.

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Microsoft SharePoint

SharePoint Connect provides a flexible framework for integrating in many different ways (page level, item level, and API level) your SharePoint assets and your Sitecore content delivery engine—right out of the box. It also provides an extensible framework that you can use to customize your solution, while keeping the look and feel of your Sitecore site and following Sitecore’s best practices. It can be used with the Sitecore® Experience Platform™ and lets you take advantage of SharePoint's document management features from within Sitecore.

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Active Directory Module

The Sitecore CMS Active Directory Module integrates Active Directory domains with the Sitecore WCM solution. You can integrate the domain users and groups available as Sitecore users and Sitecore roles immediately after the module installation and configuration. Moreover, user profiles can be easily extended with the custom properties from the Active Directory.

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Salesforce Connector, from FuseIT

FuseIT’s Salesforce Connector lets Salesforce users control Sitecore from within Salesforce to, for instance, personalize a web page for a particular Salesforce contact. It offers a distinctly Salesforce-oriented way of working with Sitecore content (vs. a purely Sitecore-focused one).

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Third-party systems Sitecore connects with

Frameworks vs. connectors

A framework defines the functionality that’s delivered, or the problem we’d like to solve. Sitecore has frameworks for commerce and streaming video and for CRM. It doesn't matter which commerce system, or streaming video service, or CRM you use, there are certain things that you will always need in Sitecore in order to have an integration, and the framework provides these. A connector is built on a framework and is what actually connects Sitecore to a specific third-party system. For example, there is a Microsoft Dynamics AX connector for the Sitecore Commerce Connect framework. Other commerce providers have also built connectors on the Commerce Connect framework.The benefit of this model is that it allows Sitecore to define the standards for integrating commerce or CRM functionality, for instance, into Sitecore without worrying about exactly which commerce or CRM system will be connected. This approach also gives partners or customers the flexibility and opportunity to build connectors themselves if warranted.

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