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Krypt Teams with SEEBURGER for SAP-Focused Business Integration

Krypt, Inc., a system integrator specializing in facilitating international trade with SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services (GTS), has expanded its business integration services by adding the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) to its product portfolio as a SEEBURGER channel partner. The partnership will enable Krypt to offer complementary SAP-centric solutions for electronic document exchange with customs authorities as well as with trading partners anywhere in the world.

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With offices in California, New Jersey, Arizona and India, Krypt has deployed SAP Global Trade Services to help clients in a wide range of industries streamline complex import/export trade processes, accelerate trade and customs clearance, ensure compliance with global regulations, and minimize duties and landed costs. The SEEBURGER platform provides cross-selling opportunities to Krypt customers needing to replace older EDI/B2B infrastructure with a modern solution that consolidates disparate components for easier management, incorporates managed file transfer for exchanging unstructured files such as PDF orders and CAD drawings, and integrates seamlessly with SAP.

“Until now, our focus has been almost exclusively on helping businesses meet the challenges of navigating customs regulations. Partnering with SEEBURGER will build on that foundation by allowing us to provide full-service systems integration for the supply chain, including automating communications with customers, suppliers, logistics providers and other trading partners,” said Jigish Shah, Co-Founder, Krypt, Inc. “This is a logical extension of our services that will take advantage of SEEBURGER’s 26 years of B2B integration experience and ability to fit smoothly into our customers’ SAP environments.”

All functions and components of the SEEBURGER BIS are now available through Krypt, including:

  • SEEBURGER B2B/EDI, a set of solutions that automate supply chain transaction messages with strategies ranging from conventional B2B/EDI to WebEDI. The platform features support for the full range of international communications and file format protocols along with robust enterprise application integration capabilities, plus pre-configured SAP workflows, built-in SAP best practices, and seamless data exchange with SAP systems.
  • SEEBURGER Managed File Transfer (MFT) for SAP, an SAP-specific edition of SEEBURGER’s award-winning SEE MFT suite that works directly within SAP and SAP NetWeaver PI/XI to encrypt, track and trace exchanged SAP and non-SAP business files of any size. It integrates with the platform’s B2B/EDI functions to provide the industry-first ability to manage both structured and unstructured data exchange with one solution and merge all logs in a single view.
  • SEEBURGER Monitor for SAP, an SAP add-on that provides full visibility into supply chain transactions from the SAP interface for easy access by business users without the need to call EDI staff to check individual processes. This eliminates delays in problem identification and resolution, improves customer service, and reduces costs.

The relationship also gives Krypt access to comprehensive channel partner resources that earned the SEEBURGER partner program a 5-Star Partner rating in CRN’s 2012 Partner Programs Guide. These resources range from a dedicated global channel and alliance team that helps partners grow their revenues to online opportunity registration and a feature-rich partner portal.

“Our channel partner program opens the door for VARs and system integrators like Krypt to utilize our business integration platform to drive incremental sales, particularly if they have SAP practices,” said Rohit Khanna, EVP, Global Strategy and Corporate Development, SEEBURGER. “The opportunity to increase wallet share with existing customers, as well as use our BIS solutions to sign new business, is fueling the rapid growth of our partner network as well as delivering robust B2B technology for end customers needing to streamline business processes.”

About SEEBURGER

SEEBURGER is a global provider of business integration and secure managed file transfer (MFT) solutions that streamline business processes, reduce operational costs, facilitate governance and compliance, and provide visibility to the farthest edges of the supply chain to maximize ERP effectiveness and drive new efficiencies. All solutions are delivered on a unified, 100% SEEBURGER-engineered platform that lowers the total cost of ownership and reduces implementation time. With more than 25 years in the industry, SEEBURGER today is ranked among the top business integration providers by industry analysts, serves thousands of customers in more than 50 countries and 15 industries, and has offices in Europe, Asia Pacific and North America. For more information, visit www.seeburger.com or blog.seeburger.com/

About Krypt

Krypt, Inc., is a system integrator specializing in supply chain-related systems implementations, upgrades and support, with specific expertise in SAP supply chain execution services. The Krypt team has also authored multiple books and whitepapers in the areas of trade and logistics, including a book that provides a roadmap for implementing SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, with satellite offices in New Jersey, Arizona and India. For more information, visit www.kryptinc.com

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