An accelerator is a generic name used to describe packaged functionality facilitating the creation of an integration connection to a line-of-business system. Accelerators usually include wizards that provide full no-code access to a system, whereas using an adapter requires more technical skills like SQL, for example. Wizards are common forms that users fulfil without needing more profound integration skills. This approach's problem is that they work fast in perfect case scenarios where the target system is used 100% standard way and is exactly the version that Accelerator supports. While they sound fast and efficient way to integrate, they are non-usable in most real-life use-cases where, for example, the data field of ERP is not used as intended, or the data is not clean.