BLUE INTEGRATOR

A SMART INTEGRATION SOLUTION

BLUE INTEGRATOR HELPS YOUR COMPANY TO INTEGRATE SMART

The headline may seem confident, but with hundreds of successful integrations, we dare to stand out. It’s smart to prepare your business for changes.

Changes are taking place all the time, but for a company that is well-equipped for the future, changes do not necessarily have to be bad, but rather something positive that drives the company forward. BlueIntegrator automates the integration between your systems and makes it easier for you to handle both planned and unplanned changes. In other words, BlueIntegrator helps you pepare your business for the future.

How to use BlueIntegrator in the best way:

1. Determine the need for an integration engine

If your business has or will need more than a few integrations, consider an integration engine, as it manages all your integrations and gives you more time for your daily work.

An integration engine helps you to:

  • Introducing new systems easier and cheaper
  • Modify and replace existing systems in an easier way
  • Gather the information from all different systems in one and the same place
  • Get better control over your different systems
  • Make the systems safer
  • Automate manual work and thus save resources

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2. Build on good grounds

BlueIntegrator facilitates change, but as always, it’s important that business owners always look forward and be prepared for the future. Even when the integration engine is integrated into the operation the planning must continue. It is simply important to have a plan for their integrations.

Article balance management is one of the most common items of integration. Balance information is usually given to different recipients, both internal systems, own e-commerce solutions, customers and other partners. Different recipients also have different conditions for integration and the need for a variety of detailed information. For example, often your own systems need to know the exact balance while a customer only needs to know if the product is available or not. This contributes to a lot of individual information that has to be sent, which in turn contributes to major risks of errors.

With BlueIntegrator integrated in the system that carries the balance – usually a business system or a wms system – it allows for the disclosure of information with an alternative scope. In other words, the integration computer knows if the information should be sent as a full export one or a few times a day, or if the information is to be sent directly through ongoing event-based exports. BlueIntegrator has a scan and does the job with filtering and handling levels before the information is exported further. This allows the correct information to come to the correct recipient in the correct format completely automatically.

3. Reuse completed schedules or existing messages

When building new integrations, you can often use standard message, so called xslt schedules. For example, order or delivery notification is handled from GS1, UBL or Swebase. Intstead of program from scratch a lot of the linking between inbound and outbound messages can be handled in graphical interfaces  If there are no completed schedules, custom schedules can often be generated based on a known message. However, it is important to use example messages containing all the parts that may occur in the future

4. Be ahead of the change

It’s a good idea to create a manual where they share and elements to be used and expected data is collected. In this way, the foundation is already clear when new digital relations are being built, which makes the process more efficient and enables you to get started with the business faster.

Are you looking for a business system project and seeing the large number of integrations? Congratulations! You have the best opportunity to review the integration. Starting with an integration project simplifies the change but, above all, the business risks are significantly reduced.

This is what we called smart integrations!