I am writing in hopes of gaining some information, or some education in layman’s terms, of how much 2 way information sharing can take place between QB and SAP. I am curious if SAP can take data entered into my existing Quickbase application and pull it into SAP. Or does an application have to be designed in a completely different manner in order to work with and share information between it and SAP. For instance. We create jobs in SAP and they are identifiable with a unique JOB ID. We then create jobs in Quickbase using this same JOB ID. We do this because the SAP Interface is horrible for the end user and compiling related job data into one view. We would like to be able to tell SAP to get related job information from specific fields in quickbase, and vice versa. I have looked online for a better understanding of how this happens in real-life behind the scenes and what has to be in place to make it work, but I can’t find anything that lays it out in a way that is relatable without a background in database design. I have literally learned as I have gone with Quickbase. In a few days I am having a meeting with many groups to go over my application as a means to get other districts across our company to look into using this application, and exploring the possibility of opening up communication with SAP, but I simply don’t know enough about the IT integration and setup of this behind the scenes in order to know if it is possible and what has to be in place to make it happen.