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Monday, November 12, 2012

SEEBURGER Partners with Indsoft To Offer Greater Solution Value for SAP users

SEEBURGER, the leading German-based business integration and enterprise class Managed File Transfer (MFT) solutions provider, today announces its recent partnership with IndSoft, a SAP services provider to deploy the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS).

Based in Chigago US, Indsoft is a certified SAP consulting partner that offers software consulting services to new business startups and SMEs, right up to enterprises and government agencies.



Sam Veera, Director of Operations, IndSoft, shares that the new partnership with SEEBURGER allows IndSoft clients to maximise their SAP investments by adding on the capabilities of secured managed file transfer, trading partner communications and add-ons to better streamline the business processes.

“SEEBURGER drives a new level of business efficiencies under one SAP platform by integrating B2B (Business-to-Business) file transfers, increasing automation of the order-to-cash process, reducing integration-related IT costs while strengthening security, increasing supply chain visibility, and facilitating compliance.”

James Hatcher, Regional Director, SEEBURGER APAC says, “Our contribution is to give an extra edge to Indsoft SAP consulting services, which will benefit its Indsoft SAP customers in the retail, utilities and consumer packaged goods sectors. This is why IT consultancies with strong SAP practices like Indsoft turn to SEEBURGER due to the potential of our technologies to facilitate new ways to leverage SAP deployments.”

SEEBURGER also announced the availability of SEEBURGER Monitor for SAP for supply chain management – this is also a ‘SAP add-on’ that enables supply chain managers and other end users to monitor and research all (Electronic Data Interchange) EDI-triggered processes from a single window within the SAP interface.

SEEBURGER Monitor for SAP is the first solution in the industry designed to simplify and expedite the traceability of supply chains, and to provide customised view for specific users’ file transfer records within an organization.

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