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iPaaS and Business Continuity Management

iPaaS and Business Continuity Management

Business Continuity Management increases availability of systems as well as the independence from malfunctions. In this part of our blog series, you’ll learn how an iPaaS solution can help you ensure business continuity while making your business processes more efficient. In Part I of our blog series, we explored the hybrid integration platform (HIP) approach […]


Blog Series: 5 reasons iPaaS should be the heart of your cloud strategy

While digitalization is fuelled by cloud computing, there are challenges to public cloud migrations that hinder progress. The Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP) approach helps companies navigate the options and connect the on-premises and public cloud worlds to benefit the organization. In a six-part blog series, you will learn why integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) […]

Smart Services - from passive to active (I)IoT applications

Smart Services – from passive to active (I)IoT applications

IoT applications have so far mainly been used in connection with networking and analysis of field and operational data for the purpose of more ‘passive’ monitoring. The integration of data-driven smart services into already digitalized operational processes has great potential to create direct added value through ‘active’ decision support and control. What are Smart Services? […]


EDI invoice: What does EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) mean for E-Invoicing?

In order to understand the importance of EDI procedures for e-invoicing, it is very helpful to possess the knowledge gained in half a century of EDI practice. As early as the seventies, large companies and their partners in the business-to-business sector began to use EDI message standards and communication protocols to exchange and automatically process large quantities of electronic data quickly, securely and efficiently.


RFID labels – why Smart Labels are often superior to barcodes

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) labels can be considered in many cases as a complementary technology to barcode labels. The impressive advantages in combination with the reliability and flexibility of these labels allow the use of RFID in almost all business areas today. We will explain the advantages and answer the question why international companies especially (which are subject to strong standardization pressure) prefer RFID functionality.

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Mandatory e-invoicing in Greece

Electronic invoicing will be mandatory for B2B in Greece in 2020. The first deadline for the introduction of this new requirement was originally planned for January 2020, but the implementation date has been postponed due to the corona pandemic.


Supply chain disruptions due to the Corona pandemic – how unnecessary

The corona crisis reveals weaknesses in the supply chain – one of the many consequences of the corona pandemic on business processes. Many companies have failed to adapt their risk management processes to the complexity of today’s global supply chains. With SEEBURGER’s electronic supplier integration, you never lose sight of your supply chains.