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Originally used purely for EDI and XML the Magma Integration Toolkit has grown into a fully rounded integration platform. The toolkit now allows integration to almost any internal or external system.

Sage 50 integration EDI/ XML

Magma is integrated into the Sage 50 product using the official Sage Developers Kit. Magma is an automated product that carries out its work in the background notifying nominated users as required. At the heart of Magma is a data mapping and delivery engine which acts as the Middleware between Sage 50 and external systems and partners. The best way to approach an EDI project is to ask Trading Partners what kind of data they wish to exchange and how they wish the data to be delivered.

  • Data Format – Common formats are EDI (Tradacoms, Edifact, Odette and Ansi), XML, delimited, fixed width and SQL. These formats are simply different ways of representing business transactions. The key point is that Magma abstracts away the complexities of the formatting and provides a consistent interface into Sage 50
  • Data Delivery – Many trading partners still use proprietary EDI Value Added Networks (VAN’s) from companies such as GXS and BT. These VAN’s are effectively electronic post offices that charge based on volume. There is a slow move away from these networks to secure internet based protocols as good cost savings can be realised. With certain internet protocols such as HTTP and AS2 we can also achieve real time responses. The key point is that Magma supports all common VAN and internet protocols

Sage 200 integration

EDI / XML

Magma is integrated into the Sage 200 product using the official Sage Developers Kit. Magma is an automated product that carries out its work in the background notifying nominated users as required. At the heart of Magma is a data mapping and delivery engine which acts as the Middleware between Sage 200 and external systems and partners. The best way to approach an EDI project is to ask Trading Partners what kind of data they wish to exchange and how they wish the data to be delivered.

  • Data Format – Common formats are EDI (Tradacoms, Edifact, Odette and Ansi), XML, delimited, fixed width and SQL. These formats are simply different ways of representing business transactions. The key point is that Magma abstracts away the complexities of the formatting and provides a consistent interface into Sage 200
  • Data Delivery – Many trading partners still use proprietary EDI Value Added Networks (VAN’s) from companies such as GXS and BT. These VAN’s are effectively electronic post offices that charge based on volume. There is a slow move away from these networks to secure internet based protocols as good cost savings can be realised. With certain internet protocols such as HTTP and AS2 we can also achieve real time responses. The key point is that Magma supports all common VAN and internet protocols

Web

Magma can be used to integrate Sage 200 with an existing Web Shop. This could be an internally developed site or a commercial offering such as Magento or Shopify.

Commonly exchanged information:

  • Products
  • Stock Levels
  • Customers
  • Orders
  • Order Tracking

Sage 1000 / 500 / X3 integration

EDI / XML

Magma is integrated into the Sage product using a variety of methods as follows:

  • Sage 1000 / Sage Line 500
  • Magma / Fusion API
  • Magma / Sage API
  • Sage EDI Modules
  • Sage X3
  • Magma / X3 SOAP API
  • File exchange

Magma is an automated product that carries out its work in the background notifying nominated users as required. At the heart of Magma is a data mapping and delivery engine which acts as the Middleware between Sage and external systems and partners. The best way to approach an EDI project is to ask Trading Partners what kind of data they wish to exchange and how they wish the data to be delivered.

  • Data Format – Common formats are EDI (Tradacoms, Edifact, Odette and Ansi), XML, delimited, fixed width and SQL. These formats are simply different ways of representing business transactions. The key point is that Magma abstracts away the complexities of the formatting and provides a consistent interface into Sage
  • Data Delivery – Many trading partners still use proprietary EDI Value Added Networks (VAN’s) from companies such as GXS and BT. These VAN’s are effectively electronic post offices that charge based on volume. There is a slow move away from these networks to secure internet based protocols as good cost savings can be realised. With certain internet protocols such as HTTP and AS2 we can also achieve real time responses. The key point is that Magma supports all common VAN and internet protocols

Web

Magma can be used to integrate Sage with an existing Web Shop. This could be an internally developed site or a commercial offering such as Magento or Shopify.

Commonly exchanged information:

  • Products
  • Stock Levels
  • Customers
  • Orders
  • Order Tracking