Archive for Digitalisation

France introduces “choc de simplification” to cut down on red tape for SME’s

September 6, 2013  |  Digitalisation, Europe

According to the European Commission, a 25 percent reduction in administrative costs for businesses could see the country’s GDP rise by 0.8 percent in the short term and 1.4 percent in the long term. This should have help the French finance Minister Pierre Moscovici when he announced announced a series of measures that are aimedto simplify live for SME's.
One of the measures is to “facilitate relationships between business and government” by the development of online billing and high security systems for online payments.

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Deutsche Bank to launch paperless cross-border services in China

September 2, 2013  |  Asia, Digitalisation, Electronic Invoicing, Payment

Deutsche Bank announced the launch of paperless cross-border (payment) services in China as from 1 September 2013. With these services, corporates in China will be able to process their payments and foreign exchange transactions, as well as submit their supporting documents electronically directly via its electronic banking platform ? db-direct internet.
With the Bank’s electronic banking platform, corporates can also benefit from a flexible authorisation set-up for electronic document delivery. Deutsche Bank’s streamlined paperless cross-border payment services via one single platform will enable its clients to centralise their foreign exchange management and significantly improve their operational processes.

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Gartner positiones SEEBURGER in the visionary quadrant for its on-premises application integration suites

August 30, 2013  |  Digitalisation

The designation applies to the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS), a 100% in-house-engineered platform that avoids the interoperability problems frequently encountered when vendors bolt on third-party solutions to expand functionality.
The BIS platform includes built-in business process orchestration as well as a high-performance, any-to-any transformation engine capable of supporting application-to-application (A2A), business-to-business (B2B), managed file transfer (MFT) and cloud-to-on-premises integration projects of any scale.

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Van den Bosch Transporten optimizes its customer communications with SEEBURGER

August 19, 2013  |  Digitalisation

Van den Bosch Transporten is an international logistic service provider specialized in the transportation of dry and liquid bulk products. The company‘s vision is founded upon four core values – quality, commitment, efficiency and clarity. Despite current economic turmoil within the transport sector, Van den Bosch Transporten has succeeded in staying true to these values.
This is why – in addition to saving time and money – Van den Bosch Transporten also decided to optimize transparency and corporation with its customers. The transport company achieved this by automating its business processes and making them faster, more transparent and easier to manage. Van den Bosch Transporten opted for SEEBURGER‘s Business Integration Suite for this purpose.

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GXS Trading Grid is now “Certified for SAP NetWeaver”

August 13, 2013  |  Digitalisation, Financial software

GXS announced that SAP’s Integration and Certification Centre (SAP ICC) has certified that GXS Trading Grid integrates with the latest versions of SAP Netweaver, SAP's ERP application. The three-year Netweaver certification confirms that GXS Trading Grid is fully interoperable with SAP NetWeaver and that common integration challenges have already been addressed and resolved.
“With the volume and velocity of data being exchanged between corporations and their business partners increasing daily, tight integration between ERP applications and cloud-based B2B platforms is a critical success factor for every large enterprise,” said Mark Morley, director of industry marketing and head of the SAP Customer Advisory Board at GXS. “This certification demonstrates our commitment to meeting the needs of our customers running SAP.”

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Broekman Group selects Kewill’s supply chain execution platform

August 7, 2013  |  Digitalisation

Headquartered in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, with 750 employees worldwide, Broekman Group is a “one stop” logistics service provider offering global multimodal transport, warehousing and customs management services. With Kewill Logistics, Broekman Group’s Logistics division is putting in place a single integrated platform for managing its sea, air and road forwarding, warehousing and Customs processes, to replace the legacy systems previously in use by its logistics division.

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Top Image Systems files patent for Google Glass capture and recognition

Even while the Google Glass is still in its development stage, Top Image System has filed a patent for using it as a scanning and capture application, called GlassCapture.
GlassCapture should enable users to capture documents by means of snapping images of the documents using a wearable computer such as Google Glass and then recognizing and processing the documents. GlassCapture will aid users to make decisions based on the captured documents and related information retrieved during document processing.
There is a chance that GlassCapture will bring about a paradigm change in how people interact with documents. With this product, the market trend towards empowering the remote workforce will progress dramatically, according to Isaac Rome, Vice President Global Banking and Mobile, Top Image Systems.

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SEEBURGER Forms Global B2B Integration Partnership with Minacs

July 10, 2013  |  Asia, Digitalisation

Under the agreement, Minacs will make SEEBURGER technology available to customers with intra- and inter-company collaboration needs such as trading partner communications and managed file transfer (MFT); provide implementation services; and incorporate SEEBURGER solutions into industry-specific Minacs products including its TradeFree product suite for the banking sector.
Minacs has more than 150 B2B integration engagements under its belt, a strong global presence. SEEBURGER’s tight integration with SAP systems as well as its SAP-specific solution extensions for applications such as supply chain monitoring and order-to-cash automation give Minacs an opportunity to increase its engagements with SAP Global Delivery.

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Cut the paper – port users urged to go electronic

In the Port of Rotterdam each month one 20ft container worth of wastepaper is created by unnecessary paperwork. That is why the Rotterdam-based container terminals ECT, APMT and Uniport embarked a scheme to push their customers to use e-commerce interchange, rather than paperwork.
Dutch port community systems provider Portbase, also argues that all stakeholders within port communities benefit from intelligent services for simple and efficient information exchange. Between companies, and between the public and the private sector. Avoiding form entry mistakes, repeated data entry and paper waste.

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We proudly present you: Seeburger

We are proud to present you our latest member: Seeburger. With over 9,000 satisfied customers around the world and 25 years of experience, SEEBURGER is a market leader in business-to-business integration.
The SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite supports all information and communication channels with business partners, including (web)EDI, paper, fax and the web. For SAP users, transparent, workflow-based best practices for handling Order-to-cash and Purchase-to-pay processes are also available. SEEBURGER also offers special, ready-made solution packages to meet specific needs of all industries.

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