Integrations and interfaces

Most of our applications need to be integrated with external systems to make the workflow that we want. ERP systems, Webshops, invoicing systems, salary/payroll, project management, fleet management, invoice prosecution.

We - along with our suppliers and partners - have many out of the box integrations, both modern API's like SOAP/Web services but also the oldfashioned but rugget csv/txt file methods and a few cheats to make it work.

The list of "out of the box" integrations is dynamic as we add to it - and the methods are developing - so contact us if your system is not listed.

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List of integrated systems

  • Uni Economy and V3

  • Maconomy

  • Tripletex

  • 3L

  • FortNox

  • Visma

    • Business

    • .net

    • Control

    • Global

    • Admin​istration

    • 2000

    • e-Economy

    • XOR Compact 5

  • Garp​

  • Huldt & Lillevik Lønn

  • Microsoft Dynamics - NAV, AX, 360 and even some old versions

  • Oracle financials

  • SAP

  • Mamut

  • Agresso

  • Monitor

  • Edison

  • Raindance

  • Briljant

  • Edison

  • Hansa World

  • Hogia

  • BL Administration

  • E-conomic

  • Pyramid

  • Jeeves

- and we have room for more + the list is growing and we have good partners working with us on integration so if your system is not listed contact us

Our API's

Our main API is a SOAP based web services interface.

It covers 

  • Suppliers

  • Accounting segments and content and other "ERP master data" like number series, periods, vat codes etc.

  • Supplier invoices and customer invoices

  • Purchase orders

  • Timelines

  • Sales orders

  • Items and price lists. For Items and price lists we also have PEPPOL standard interfaces and methods implemented for both sending and receiving.

In addition, for import of csv/txt files, we have a import definition interface where the customer can set up and save imports for the main masterdata from ERP systems like suppliers, customers, accounting segments and values, items and price lists etc.

For exports, we recommend using interactive reports. Configure the report according to the ERP system definition selecting fields and column sorting to match. Then define a filter to export only new data, e.g. based upon e.g. "completed date" and save the report. You can run it whenever you like, have it emailed to you automatically as txt,csv or Excel-file.

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