Fast Data Migration from Dynamics CRM to Salesforce in Few Clicks

How It Works

Migrating from Dynamics CRM to Salesforce cannot be simpler. You just need to perform the following three simple steps.

Migrating from Dynamics CRM to Salesforce - selecting Dynamics CRM data to migrate

Select the corresponding package from the Gallery.

Migrating from Dynamics CRM to Salesforce - Dynamics CRM connection

Specify necessary connection parameters for Dynamics CRM.

Migrating from Dynamics CRM to Salesforce - Salesforce connection

Specify necessary connection parameters for Salesforce.

Quick and Easy Migration from Dynamics CRM to Salesforce

With Skyvia you can migrate your Dynamics CRM to Salesforce just in a few clicks without delving into the differences between Dynamics CRM and Salesforce data structure. We have already done it for you, and you can just select the corresponding package that imports Dynamics CRM data to Salesforce from the gallery of predefined packages.

Of course we don't limit you to the tables, listed in the package, and don't force you to use predefined mappings. After you opened the package template, you may freely edit it, customize the template tasks, or add your own completely custom ones.

Advanced Integration with Custom Mappings

In addition to the predefined mapping templates, Skyvia offers powerful visual editors which allow precise mapping configuration if predefined templates are not enough.

 

One-to-many

Skyvia allows you to map one Dynamics CRM object to several Salesforce ones or vice versa.

 

Preserving Relations

When integrating data with different structure Skyvia is able to preserve source data relations in target.

 

Expressions

Skyvia allows using complex mathematical and string operations and conditions for mapping data.

 

Lookup

You can use lookup mapping to map target columns to values, gotten from other target objects depending on source data.

 

Constant

When integrating data, you can fill some Dynamics CRM fields that don't have corresponding Salesforce fields (or vice versa) with constant values.