Trending: Sage Intacct

  • What users can do leveraging DataBlend integration?

    • Create invoices
    • Create payments
    • Create contracts
    • Load general ledger details
    • Bulk imports on schedule or on demand
    • Full account lists, opportunities, or products can be loaded at one time
    • Load invoices back to Salesforce
    • Use custom fields and options
    • Observe % complete for revenue recognition
    • Update project status in Intacct based on Salesforce objects
    • Fulfilling orders or time and materials
    • Integrating Sage Intacct Grants with Salesforce Opportunities (non-profit)

Why choose DataBlend over standard system connection tool/API

  • DataBlend can handle custom fields

  • Setup included for standard workflows

  • Data forensics and monitoring of workflows

Common Use Cases

  • Intacct -> Adaptive Insights

    GL Detail
    - Delta details, ability to load transactional detail, can filter by BookID, Batch_State, add various dimensions (Customer, Vendor, Employee, Project, Class, Item) GL Account Balance
    - Do not need beginning balance

  • Intacct -> Salesforce

  • Salesforce -> Intacct

Case Study – Salesforce to Sage Intacct


Get Opportunity data into Sage Intacct to create Journal Entries based on a complex set of rules. For example, if 20 cash donations are made for one payment type in the same day, these all need to be put on one line so only one journal entry is being created, however if 20 credit donations are made, these need to have their journal entries, so 20 are created. The Reporting Type is used to determine which opportunities are being combined into single journal entries and which are not. To do this manually was nearly impossible and no one on the team had time to maintain this, which meant potentially missing information.


DataBlend was able to create multiple workflows based off complex rules to ensure all opportunities were being recorded and recorded correctly. Revenue and cash from donations in Salesforce would be brought into Sage Intacct and the entries debit cash and credit the revenue account. Additionally, revenue and receivables were recorded in Sage Intacct from donations in Salesforce and the entry debits the pledge receivable and credits the revenue account, depending on Stage. Lastly, Grant codes were created within Sage Intacct when certain criteria were being met for an opportunity in Salesforce.


All pledges and donations are being properly recorded and updated in both Salesforce and Sage Intacct, allowing the customer to focus on planning and budgeting, rather than on trying to ensure they were actually capturing all money coming into the organization.