To implement business processes across multiple systems, companies require integration softwares that ensure these systems can communicate fluently. Management and monitoring of this exchange of information is generally a time-consuming task that occupies entire teams of employees. In addition, digitalisation requires new, different interfaces compared with those the common integration platforms have previously supported. Our solution is Syntax Integration Software – Syntegrate.
Interface management with integration software
Syntegrate allows companies to automate and outsource the monitoring and management of their interfaces. This best-of-breed solution combines standard platforms from Seeburger and SAP as well as AWS Micro Services configured by Syntax. Seeburger is used for traditional EDI communications while SAP primarily handles exchange of information with ERP systems. AWS allows social media streams, WhatsApp messages and even production equipment to be integrated.
Syntegrate is available to buy in the form of a managed service, as integration software as a service direct from Syntax. This means that businesses do not need to worry about monitoring interfaces themselves and can dedicate their time to more productive and strategic tasks.
Where Syntegrate can be used
Business process design
Our integration software allows companies to develop new business processes as well as to expand existing ones. Entirely new upstream and downstream systems that were previously incompatible with traditional integration platforms can now be attached. Syntegrate is therefore a key element of your digitalisation strategy. The solution combines the traditional worlds of EDI and SAP with the latest technology developments in a single environment. As a result, companies face practically no limits in implementing the processes of new, digital business models.
Interface management and monitoring
Syntegrate bundles all of the platforms into one system and creates the basis for uniform interface management. A central control panel shows you whether all interfaces are operating correctly. When a fault is detected, the responsible employees are automatically alerted. Syntegrate shows them at a glance what needs to be done to correct the error.
Benefits of Syntegrate Integration Software
Syntegrate lets IT departments reduce their tedious and time-consuming interface monitoring activity to practically nothing, allowing the available resources to be allocated to value-added tasks instead.
Syntegrate ensures that faults are discovered quickly and resolved immediately. This forms the basis for stable business processes and improved customer satisfaction both within and outside of the organisation.
The integration of AWS micro services allows new interfaces and systems to be brought into Syntegrate. As a result, you have greater scope for designing digital business processes.
FAQ: Syntax Integration Software Syntegrate
Why does my business need an integration platform and an integration service?
The system landscapes of today are increasingly hybrid. In other words, the data required for the business operation is no longer held in a single static system. Instead, information is taken from a range of systems and cloud services, especially when it comes to logistics processes. A number of interfaces are configured to ensure that the data can flow in the correct format and with the right level of detail to the appropriate processing systems. Integration platforms allow these flows to be controlled all at once through a central solution. They connect the purely technical interfaces with the logic required to implement a business process meaningfully and reliably.
Where does EDI fit in with integration platforms?
The ability to share information electronically is the basis for business relationships in the digital world. When these relations are integrated and automated at process level, workflows such as purchase orders, deliveries and billing can be handled automatically, around the clock and around the world, without the need for more staff. In addition, automation means that extra dialogue and communication in the form of letters, faxes and emails are obsolete. And organisations that outsource their integration services to an expert IT services provider can further reduce their internal workload.
What are the benefits of orchestrating my interfaces?
The concept of orchestration using a suitable B2B integration software solution is all about improving the interfaces that have been deployed. In modern system landscapes, processes are tightly integrated and run in parallel rather than sequentially, as used to be the case. This requires capable platforms and services that can support transparent monitoring. All of the information comes together from the organisation’s own systems (e.g. ERP or IIoT software) as well as from customer systems and cloud services, not to mention online stores and similar platforms. The combined set of services and platforms ensures that data flows smoothly and that the organisation can enhance its system with additional reporting functions at any time.