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Getting rid of inefficient tasks

June 22, 2017

Syncorder’s groundbreaking cloud solution is paving the way towards significant savings in the supply chain.

Cryptera is one of Syncorder's pioneer customers, using the Syncorder platform in their Sales Order and VMI flows towards Wincor Nixdorf since 2013, and in the Purchase Order flow with selected suppliers in Denmark. During the past 12 months, a Japanese customer and two Taiwanese suppliers have been on-boarded to the Purchase Order Flow.

”Cryptera is constantly looking for ways of getting rid of inefficient tasks – and reducing time used for error-prone manual entry. Syncorder helps us out with this. By letting our ERP to talk directly with our suppliers’ and customers’ ERP systems or through the web interface, we can reach both these objectives – on both sales and procurement side.

We have also received significant support from Syncorder when it comes to integration with our suppliers and customers, where Syncorder has been responsible for managing the implementation projects and has an interest in making sure that the implementation is successful for all involved parties.” - Hans Wamsler, Supply Chain Controller at Cryptera.

Since December, Cryptera has been using Syncorder in the order flow with Diebold Nixdorf Hungary. The integration, including two Syncorder Business Connectors (connecting Cryptera’s ERP QAD to Diebold Nixdorf’s ERP SAP), is the first step in the process of integrating the purchase order flow between Cryptera and the different Diebold Nixdorf sites procuring from them. The flow has been live and proven its worth for more than six months, replacing the previously costly manual process for standard ordersthus eliminating typos etc. and currently being rolled out to Diebold Nixdorf’s other sites including US, Netherlands, Belgium and China.

 

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