Business Integration Suite (BIS) Platform
One agile, secure and scalable platform for integrations between applications, people and processes. Flexible deployment choices. Any cloud, hybrid and on-premises.
One central platform, one experience, all integrations, all deployment models. Our BIS Platform enables seamless connectivity of applications, people and processes, whether in the cloud, a hybrid environment or on-premises. With the BIS Platform, anyone can design simple to complex integrations on their own, helping to strengthen their company's digital ecosystem.
SEEBURGER is an integration service and software provider. Family-owned since 1986, today over 1,200 employees worldwide make us strong. Over 14,000 customers rely on integration expertise from SEEBURGER every day.
Empower any user to deploy and manage the easiest to the most complex integrations with the SEEBURGER BIS Platform. Connect apps, integrate technologies, automate processes and inspire innovation with agile integration and dynamic deployment models.
Integrate apps and technologies for secure data exchange
Seamlessly connect and integrate applications, technologies, services and people across your entire ecosystem. Unite any capability, including API, EAI, MFT, B2B/EDI and IIoT — all with one cloud-based platform.
Evolve your digital ecosystem: Connect your ground-to-cloud and cloud-to-cloud with ready-to-use packaged integration processes (PIPs).
Design your ecosystem according to your needs. Be ready for tomorrow's challenges today.
Hyperautomate and digitalize
Onboard your business partners in days, instead of weeks or months, with automated onboarding and data collection processes.
Reduce IT effort and costs, increase security and free your teams from repetitive manual tasks with intelligent automation.
Rapidly deploy and manage integrations your way. We meet you where you need us.
Inspire innovation with agile integration and dynamic deployment models.
Create sustainable customer relationships that drive business innovation, and benefit from our agile development and continuous investments.
Use ready-made packaged integration processes (PIPs) and connectors to improve the effectiveness of your application development.
Choose the deployment and operational service models you need for agile architecture design, optimal security and cost-efficiency.
Easily integrate and securely connect any endpoint. Reduce programming time and drive efficiency with secure, functionality-rich SEEBURGER Connectors.
Manage your ecosystem according to your needs. Connect everything and everyone across your ecosystem.
Salesforce CRM Integration
Connectivity to Salesforce enables you to easily synchronize your data from ERP to CRM and vice versa – without any development. It provides you with instant connectivity to the most common functionality of Salesforce APIs so you can synchronize customer, product or order data between your ERP and Salesforce…
Integration and connectivity to Microsoft Dynamics 365
Today your business extends further than ever before, to the cloud and beyond, and ERP applications are now the core of your business. SEEBURGER supports your Microsoft Dynamics 365 integration by extending your ERP applications, including business processes and other assets across your…
Integration with SAP R/3, MySAP ERP, Business One and BusinessByDesign
Our SAP Connectors span multiple products, and are used by customers all over the world to extend their SAP applications across their ecosystems. With a relationship spanning more than 25 years and over 50 SAP certifications, we continue to work closely with SAP, and have…
Global Renewal Strategy for Overall Data Integration – SAP S/4HANA Ready
Schleich has been inspiring the imagination of children all over the world with its detailed animal figures for many years. The company now sells its products in more than 70 countries and maintains numerous locations worldwide.
With the decision to renew its primarily international business processes and increase its global competitiveness, Schleich is fundamentally modernizing its IT business application landscape. The increased use of standards, use of cloud providers and consolidation of EDI and legacy systems ensure significant cost savings, better customer relationships and connectivity to global trading partners.Read the complete case study
Globally Integrated SAP S/4HANA Process and System Landscape within the DRÄXLMAIER Group
Digital transformation poses major challenges for many companies in the automotive industry. The reasons for this are continuous growth, an increasing number of product variants and new customer segments. Along with increasing complexity, there is the introduction of SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management as a future-proof ERP suite.
Therefore, the ultimate goal is a modern process and system architecture that ensures continuous business operations in SAP S/4HANA with all business partners: interoperability and data sovereignty in all B2B processes.Read the complete case study
Cargo flow predictions based on integrated logistics data and artificial intelligence (AI)
CargoCast is an indispensable high-tech start-up for companies that seek to plan their resources efficiently. In an industry where margins are low and fixed costs are high, this is crucial for long-term success.
The company was founded with the support of Cargo Digital World (CDW) and garage33, two experienced start-up centers in the German Region of Ostwestfalen-Lippe (OWL), and CargoLine as a strong industry partner. With the services offered on the CargoCast platform, vehicle and personnel capacities or the handling of goods can be predictively planned using AI technology.Read the complete case study
BIS as an agile and strategic platform for all integration needs at the Würth Group
The Würth Group is the global market leader in developing, manufacturing and selling assembly and fastening materials. The Würth Group currently consists of over 400 companies in more than 80 countries. Around 4 million customers draw on its product range of around 125,000 products to cover their needs. They research and order these products through the renowned Würth sales force, but are increasingly using electronic procurement channels for product information and purchasing.Read the complete case study
Global success through innovative branding concepts and customized sales strategies
ARTDECO achieved global success early by continually expanding its sales channels, product range and international presence. SEEBURGER has been supporting ARTDECO’s digitization initiatives for years as a proven business partners.
ARTDECO switched to electronic ordering channels in the year 2000, introducing EDI internationally with SEEBURGER’s support. The sales channels with prestigious retailers and drugstores were digitized at an early stage, and numerous smaller perfume and cosmetics retailers connected to the network. ARTDECO’s field service works with mobile devices and ordering software to transmit ad-hoc orders from strong-selling B2B clients via SOAP webservices to SEEBURGER BIS, integrating the orders as iDocs into a modernized SAP S/4HANA system.Read the complete case study
In the Driving Seat – ElringKlinger Future-Proofs for the Road Ahead
A global supplier to the automotive industry, the ElringKlinger Group plays a key role in shaping the mobility of tomorrow with all its fuel and energy sources. As industry requirements grow and more processes are digitalised, the company has to deal with new technologies and a greater range of system integration needs.
ElringKlinger is gearing up for this by expanding their trusty SEEBURGER BIS into a secure, highly available integration platform. This will enable the company to integrate new applications and cloud services in real time, as well as ensuring its systems and security measures are available 24/7 for exchanging sensitive data with customers, suppliers and authorities worldwide, both now and in the future.Read the complete case study
ITL Logistics Increases Productivity by 80% with Omnichannel Integration
ITL Logistics requires synchronous omnichannel integration between their accounting system and seven of their business solutions: Warehouse management, aviation services, freight management, contract logistics, railway logistics, last mile and express and e-commerce logistics
To add further complexity to this complex business requirement, ITL Logistics’ customers often change their business models and initiate change requests, their customers’ accounting systems use a wide range of fields, and their omnichannel integration solution needs to support a favorable development environment for three parties – ITL Logistics, their customers and their partners.Read the complete case study
MoneyGram International Improves Security, Flexibility and Compliance to Increase Customer Satisfaction
MoneyGram International (MGI) was using a variety of applications to send and receive mission-critical business data and files to customers, partners and agents. Simply maintaining all of these systems required significant time, money and resources. In addition, MGI’s data and file transmission solution had been heavily customized and composed of multiple unsupported, out-of-maintenance software products.
MGI needed a cost-effective solution to consolidate twelve different applications into one hybrid integration platform. This platform needed to provide functionality, scalability and agility with no disruption to the business while reducing the total cost of ownership to MGI.Read the complete case study
Streamlined Distribution Processing: Automation of B2B Communication with SAP S/4HANA
“Forever Faster” – PUMA’s mission – embodies not only fast products for fast athletes, but also the overall goal of being the fastest sports brand in the world. Additionally, this mission drives efficient sporting goods distribution for PUMA.
PUMA seasonal sports and lifestyle collections are distributed via wholesalers and international e-commerce platforms that are based on customer-specific catalogues with very different types of data. This data ranges from master data for local offline stores, to multilingual attributes for global online shops, to explicit e-commerce content such as textile and washing specifications according to EU regulations.Read the complete case study
OSRAM uses API management and API integration to network the old and new system world
OSRAM is a leading global high-tech company. Its predominantly semiconductor-based products enable a wide range of applications from virtual reality to autonomous driving and from smartphones to networked intelligent lighting solutions in buildings and cities. In fiscal year 2018, the company generated sales of more than EUR 4.1 billion with more than 27,000 employees.
The company has been successfully exploiting the opportunities offered by digitization for many years. Since 2001 for example, the company has been continuously expanding its B2B/EDI capability into a complete digital integration platform for the company. For example, one particular milestone in this process was the global EDI consolidation of more than 40 EDI subsystems with the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS).Read the complete case study
Henkel and SEEBURGER Continue Successful Global Cooperation in Latin America
To meet the global requirements of their digitization strategy, Henkel has been consolidating SAP® ERP systems and legacy EDI solutions in waves for several years as part of the company’s Horizon project – a global initiative that works with local and regional initiatives to drive efficiencies and standardization. As part of this initiative, SEEBURGER established connectivity between Henkel’s global SAP system and more than 1,000 customers, logistics warehouses and service providers in various regions of the world with SEEBURGER B2B/EDI Cloud Services.
Particularly in Latin America, EDI environments show dependency on providers and isolated solutions without support. The complexity of B2B business data exchange has increased over the years due to specialized local formats and requirements as well as customer-specific developments.Read the complete case study
Market Communication Made Easy
As of 31. January 2018 AS4 became the standard communications protocol for the exchange of messages between natural gas transmission network operators across Europe. A unified standard is a huge step towards a single European energy market, but comes with a price. While being good, massive changes like those for market communication (MaKo) are quite common in the utilities industry. Regulatory changes often involve software changes and result in considerable implementation project costs. These projects are a special challenge in times of cost saving pressures and limited in-house capacities.
The SEEBURGER MaKo Cloud Service aims to reduce some of this external pressure. The key is to outsource the standardized communication processes to the cloud service which features automated message handling and ensures legal compliance with new regulations out of the box.Read the complete case study
Find out how our customers from the automotive, consumer packaged goods, utilities, financial services, healthcare & pharma, retail and CPG, logistics, machinery & plant engineering and oil, gas and chemical industries leverage the integration capabilities of the SEEBURGER BIS Platform, deployed in any cloud, hybrid or on-premises.