March 07, 2013
Boston, Mass., March 7 — B2BGateway, a leading Global EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) solution provider, announced today a strategic partnership with Intacct, a leading provider of cloud financial management and accounting software, to deliver fully-integrated, cloud-based EDI solutions to Intacct users.
Intacct’s sole focus is on building amazing professional-strength financial management and accounting applications that fit into a company’s existing business infrastructure and integrate well with the key applications Intacct users need to run their business.
EDI has become a standard business requirement in the wholesale distribution, healthcare, manufacturing, government, automotive and non-profit industries. B2BGateway is a natural fit for Intacct customers in these industries that require an efficient, cost-effective EDI solution. B2BGateway offers Intacct customers years of experience and an outstanding reputation integrating with cloud-based ERP solutions, as well as a high level of customer service and impressive response times.
To meet the EDI needs of Intacct’s customers, B2BGateway has developed IntacctConnect, a cloud-based EDI software solution that fully integrates with Intacct’s cloud financial applications. IntacctConnect allows users to trade all 318+ recognized EDI transaction sets such as the 810 Invoice, 850 Purchase Order, 856 Advance Ship Notice and 832 Sales Catalog, to name a few. In addition to supporting all versions of ANSI X12, having B2BGateway EDI software also means that Intacct users are able to trade in all international EDI standards and communication protocols such as EDIFACT, Tradacoms, oioUBL, Odette, XML, VAN, FTPs, AS2, etc.
By fully-integrating the EDI solution through cloud based technology, B2BGateway removed the need for the Intacct user to re-key data into their system, thus greatly improving accuracy, increasing labor efficiencies and expediting the ‘order-to-payment’ cycle.
“No financial system operates in a vacuum. That's why Intacct uses open web services to enable integration with other complementary business systems,” said Scott Lumish, vice president of business development at Intacct. “Bringing together two best-of-breed solutions in B2BGateway and Intacct, is all about helping companies streamline processes and get more out of both systems. IntacctConnect will be a compelling option for our customers in several industries, especially wholesale distribution and healthcare.”
“This partnership with Intacct is a true testimony to the quality and strength of B2BGateway’s cloud based EDI solutions and our integration provides a powerful extension to the Intacct system,” added Roger Leyden, Director of Global Business Development at B2BGateway. “Intacct is one of the leading cloud based financial management solution providers and we look forward to creating robust and cost-effective solutions for their clients for many, many years to come.”
B2BGateway is a leading global EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) solutions provider with offices in North America, Europe, Scandinavia and Australia. B2BGateway is a GS1 Accredited solution provider and offers 24/7 dedicated customer support with each client assigned their own designated Project Manager/Support Engineer. B2BGateway EDI solutions are simple to use, competitively priced, highly effective and can increase profitability by reducing costs associated with manual data entry. Our EDI solutions are flexible and adaptable, catering to any organization from the sole trader to the multinational corporation.
Intacct is the cloud financial management company. Bringing cloud computing to finance and accounting, Intacct’s award-winning applications are the preferred financial applications for AICPA business solutions. Intacct applications, in use by more than 6,000 organizations from startups to public companies, are designed to improve company performance and make finance more productive. Hundreds of leading CPA firms and Value Added Resellers offer Intacct to their clients. The Intacct system includes accounting, contract management, revenue management, project and fund accounting, inventory management, purchasing, vendor management, financial consolidation and financial reporting applications, all delivered over the Internet via cloud computing. Intacct is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.
Source: B2B Gateway
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