by Ty Hardison

SAP users can integrate their hybris eCommerce platform with their ERP solution

As this blog has mentioned in the past, hybris is a leader in commerce platforms and is dubbed by many as the future of the industry. Today, hybris is taking its efforts one step further and can now be integrated with SAP's ERP and accounting solutions.

This is essential because not only are companies able to provide their customers with an innovative shopping experience with the hybris solution, they are also able to integrate financial data with their other SAP applications, which will help ensure that their accounts are balanced and their sales are in synch with the rest of their operations. 

Patrick Finn, VP of channels, Americas at hybris, spoke in a recent press release about the eCommerce challenges companies face and how this integration can go a long way toward alleviating those difficulties.

"One of the major challenges manufacturers and distributors face when executing an eCommerce strategy is how to easily and cost-effectively integrate their commerce system with their ERP system," Finn said. "With more than 100 customers globally already incorporating hybris' state-of-the art commerce platform with SAP, there is a proven model for this integration. However, the new framework is a great asset to our customers and channel partners as the integration process will now be faster, easier and cheaper."

With its Vantage B2B integration, hybris is also helping their clients with the unique challenges of accepting commercial payments as well. Its new Level 3 card processing capability is available through its hybris Extend program and is ready for immediate use. The trifecta of hybris, SAP and Vantage B2B will offer any company conducting B2B sales with the most efficient and cost-effective sales and payment environment.

by Ty Hardison

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