SEEBURGER Integration 2021 Webcast Series

Webcast Series Episode 1

SEEBURGER Integration: 
The Future of B2B

20 May 2021 | 15:30 - 17:00 CEST (Berlin) | 09:30 - 11:00 EDT (New York)

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SEEBURGER simplifies complex connections between clouds, applications and people, so you can focus on what matters. Share business-critical data. Make split-second decisions. Operate at scale. SEEBURGER Integration accelerates business at the speed of now.

Join us for “The Future of B2B.”

With 75 terminals across the globe that received 34,000 vessels and carried out almost 12m container moves in 2019, APM Terminals is an integral part of the global supply chain. They rely on integration for B2B collaboration with thousands of partners all over the world. In this episode of the SEEBURGER Integration 2021 Webcast Series, you’ll hear how APM Terminals handles its complex fabric of connectivity with the help of SEEBURGER Integration.

You’ll also hear SEEBURGER discuss the current state of B2B, how digital services are changing business collaboration, and what that may look like in the future. Join us!

Agenda

Welcome & Agenda
Customer presentation: APM Terminals, the partner to structured agility
Bruis van Driel, head of data integration at APM Terminals, one of the most comprehensive port and integrated services networks in the world, will discuss the importance of integration for the world’s supply chain, and how SEEBURGER Integration ensures connectivity across APM’s vast ecosystem of customers and suppliers. Mr. van Driel will also talk about SEEBURGER Integration in the Azure Cloud, SEEBURGER Managed Services, and APM’s future for B2B collaboration.
» Bruis van Driel, APM Terminals

The Future of B2B
Our expert will discuss how SEEBURGER Integration handles B2B and digital services today and how we see things changing in the near future. He will examine various scenarios and how EDI and API can coexist in B2B collaboration, along with efficient ways to onboard customers and partners that you may not be using, but should be. 
 

Summary and Closing

SEEBURGER Integration:
The Future of B2B


20 May 2021 | 15:30 - 17:00 CEST (Berlin) | 09:30 - 11:00 EDT (New York)

Webcast Series Episode 1

About APM Terminals:

APM Terminals operates one of the world’s most comprehensive port networks, with 75 terminals in it’s global network. Uniquely positioned to help both shipping line and landside customers grow their business, it offers:

  • Reliable, safe and efficient operations with a continuous improvement focus
  • Flexible and solutions oriented approach to solve complex customer problems
  • Standardized approach to operations being implemented globally to enable consistent service levels and delivery
  • Innovative, digital solutions that enable customers to order their services quickly and easily

 

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