Integration is one of ACSEP’s leading lines of business. We are happy to integrate both our own solutions, such as IzySuite and our IzyPro WMS, and solutions from other software publishers, such as Reflex or Hardis’s WMS. It all depends on the needs and choices of our customers.
Thanks to their multidisciplinary skills and solution integrator know-how, our employees support our customers in setting up new IT projects and work hard to provide a turnkey service including:
This support is backed up by WinZen, time-tested and robust methodology developed by ACSEP.
WinZen is a scalable integration method that can be adapted to all types of project. It is based on a collaborative and common-language approach, which offers all stakeholders the same visibility on project progress.
This codified method comprises eight standard stages, managed by technical and operational teams.
ACSEP has been an Reflex WMS solution integrator since September 2016. Our teams closely follow all the R&D projects and regularly receive training on the latest versions and functionalities of the solution. ACSEP and Hardis work together on two types of project:
1. Direct integrations, where ACSEP calls on Hardis to obtain functional or technical expertise for a project or pre-sales.
2. Outsourced integrations, where Hardis is project owner and calls on ACSEP’s logistics expertise and WMS know-how.
Thanks to this partnership, users will benefit from an offer with high added value. Constantly evolving transport management system solutions, combined with complete turnkey support including: distribution, integration and support.
The two partners also offer an integrated WMS/TMS offer based on their two flagship solutions: IzyPro WMS and Join2ship, the collaborative transport platform for shippers, their consignees and their carriers.
Today, the Big Data solutions offered by our partner Talend provide us with great flexibility for interfacing with all the peripheral systems on the market. We can therefore support logistics and transport service providers by producing all the interfaces required to open up their information system, whether for internal (communication between applications) or external (EDI customers, etc.) purposes.
‘Data processing must guarantee access to the right information, at the right time, in the right place and in the right format for the right decision to be made,’ says Didier Santurette, Business Development Director at ACSEP.