80+ plug and play integrations

We have over 80 direct integrations and also offer our own API that can be integrated with any other system that your company uses. We have extensive experience in building integrations based on “best practice” to ensure optimal automation. If you use a system that is not on our integration list, we will develop it for you.

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How it works

The integration ensures access to updated master data directly in your finance or purchasing system. This means that our solutions retrieve data and settings from your ERP system, such as suppliers, charts of accounts, departments, projects, etc., so that incoming invoices can be posted in the system. Once the invoice is approved in eye-share, it is transferred to your ERP system for payment.

The integration of your existing accounting, purchasing, payroll, and personnel system gives you a flawless operation, updated data and automated workflow.

“Our solutions fit with yours – in great harmony”

IT System integrations are an important investment for any business that wants to develop over time and a crucial factor in achieving digitalization.

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Relevant words

What is an ERP system?

ERP means Enterprise Resource Planning and is a business system that contains a comprehensive database that retrieves data from various systems and business processes, which together make up a complete system.

What is integration and why do we need it?

An integration is a connection that makes it possible for two or more systems to “talk” to each other so that important information can be exchanged across the systems. A system integration makes it technically possible to transfer data from one system to another. This is an absolutely essential factor for gaining insight from the systems that can be used for new knowledge. System integrations are an important investment for any business that wants to develop and an absolutely crucial factor in achieving digitalization.

What is an API and why use it?

In short, the API stands for “Application Programming Interface” and is an interface used to exchange data between two different applications. It tells us how an application is structured and what requirements must be met to connect it to another application.

In software development, the API plays a very important role in the job of getting the systems to communicate with each other, perform given processes, and retrieve and process data.