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Jira and Salesforce Connector - Multiple Salesforce Orgs

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Is there a Jira connector solution to create tickets when integrating a single Jira instance with multiple Salesforce Orgs?

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Hi @Yolanda Ruiz

You can use Exalate to achieve this sync effectively. The solution boasts a unique, decentralized approach to integrating various work systems together while providing full autonomy to each side of the connection. Using this full autonomy, you can easily send one Jira ticket to multiple Salesforce instances and automate this process via triggers. 

Please feel free to book a demo to see how Exalate fits your use case or explore how the solution works here

Happy syncing :)

Thanks

Syed (Pre-Sales Engineer @ Exalate)

Thank you for the response. I will review the information.

Hi @Yolanda Ruiz ,

Hope you are having a great day!

Alejandra here from ServiceRocket.

Our Connector for Salesforce & Jira may fit perfectly to your use case! With it you can connect a Jira instance with multiple Salesforce instances (both production and sandbox). You can also create and associate Jira issues from each Salesforce instance (and the other way around too):

In case you want to know more about our connector, here is a short overview demo video for your reference so you will know how it works and looks like:

You can also request a live demo to show you all its features, by emailing us at "apps.support@servicerocket.com". Here is our documentation where you can find more information:

We hope you find the above information helpful.

Please let us know if you have any further concerns!

Thank you for the response. I will review the information. 

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Hi @Yolanda Ruiz 

I'm Diana - a solutions architect at ZigiWave. You can take a look at ZigiOps - a co-code integration tool that will allow to to connect Jira with more than one Salesforce Orgs in a few clicks. It offers a bi-directional connection between the systems so data will easily be synchronized. You can also tailor the integration according to your specific use cases.

If you want to see how it works in action: book a technical demo.

Hi @Yolanda Ruiz 

Yes, Integrating Single Salesforce Org With Multiple Jira Instances is now made easy,  check this https://bit.ly/3u7jXKV I hope it helps!

Thanks for the response Shubham. We are looking for the reverse solution to connect Multiple Salesforce Orgs to a Single Jira instance.

@Yolanda Ruiz  The reverse solution to connect Multiple Salesforce Orgs to a Single Jira instance is also available here, thanks.

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