8 Sep

EAI (Enterprise Application Integration)

Enterprise Application Integration is a middleware solution that simplifies the integration of applications.

EAI comes up in this blog.

 

SAP BTP For SAP B1

SAP BTP for SAP Business One

The SAP BTP is an environment that makes it possible to develop cloud solutions and as such also for SAP Business One ...
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Networking

Group-wide consolidation of ERP systems

If a company is taken over by another, mostly larger company, the reputation is often raised according to the newly connected ERP systems ...
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E-Bills

Electronic invoices to authorities

More and more electronic invoices are being sent worldwide. Numerous different formats have emerged. Here then lies the problem. It...
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Carrier with SAP B1

SAP Business One Connect for carriers

With the SAP Business One Integration Hub, SAP Business One users can quickly and easily dock to cloud-based services and applications ...
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Webshop integration via hub (899 × 423 px)

Web shop integration with SAP Business One Integration Hub

Web shop integration with SAP Business One has been a regular requirement for many years. These have long been offered by manufacturers and for ...
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CAD ERP connector for SAP Business One

CAD/ERP connector for SAP Business One

SAP Business One is also widely used among manufacturing companies. This is of course also thanks to some PPS add-ons ...
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SAP Business One Integration Hub

SAP Business One Integration Hub

One of the great advantages of SAP Business One is that integration has long been an integral part of the product. That ...
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SAP Business One Datav Interface

VERSINO DATEV Interface/ Financial Suite HANA ready

At the beginning of the development, as the name Versino DATEV interface suggests, one goal was in focus: the transfer and receipt ...
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SAP B1 at Work

Enter the supplier request in SAP B1 via the web

Sending a supplier inquiry about a required product quickly is often just the beginning of a complex selection process. How to get this...
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integration

PLM, PDM and ERP – on course for integration

In companies it is often discussed whether to achieve more transparency and efficiency rather in PDM and/or PLM or ERP ...
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