DiCentral and Emori Announce Partnership - Launch Supply Chain Integration Project for APAC Region
Relationship focused on creating and selling solutions that will enhance SAP Business One
Houston, Texas - November 5, 2015 - DiCentral, a leading innovator in supply chain management solutions and business-to-business (B2B) integration, and Emori, a leading value-added reseller and consultant for the SAP Business One® application in Japan, today announced that the companies have established a partnership to create and co-sell solutions designed to enhance SAP Business One. With these solutions that extend the supply chain management functionality of SAP Business One, customers will be better able to meet the electronic data interchange (EDI) requirements of large retailers.
SAP Business One is designed especially for growing businesses and subsidiaries of large companies, providing a single, integrated solution for managing financials, sales, customer relationships, purchasing, inventory, analytics and operations. Partners authorized by SAP can deliver the application and provide local services and support.
Using the DiCentral B2B Managed Services platform, Emori and DiCentral will jointly support customers and their suppliers in using SAP Business One to exchange data throughout the supply chain using EDI. Hundreds of partners and customers throughout the world use DiCentral Managed Services solutions for SAP Business One in this way. This new partnership brings together Emori's rapid implementation and integration skills with one of the world's largest B2B integration networks for the benefit of customers and partners in the APAC region.
"We are delighted to have a strong regional partner like Emori," says Mitsuru Toyoda, DiCentral country manager in Japan. "Emori's proven capabilities will significantly assist us not only in Japan, but across the broader APAC region, as we jointly seek to extend the supply chain integration capabilities of SAP Business One."
"Emori is excited to establish a relationship with a leading provider and trusted SAP partner like DiCentral," says Takae Aoki, director of Emori. "Our joint efforts will enable Emori to further assist its clients with global expansion and supply chain integration, while significantly accelerating the overall return on investment. We look forward to a long and mutually rewarding relationship."
"We are delighted to see both DiCentral and Emori join forces," said Luis Murguia, senior vice president of SAP Business One with SAP. "The partnership will enable them to work together to create new solutions that help customers extend SAP Business One beyond their four walls. We anticipate a significant positive impact in the region of the collaboration between these two long-standing SAP partners."
About DiCentral Corporation Founded in 2000, today DiCentral is a leading global innovator in EDI software and service solutions. The company's broad range of solutions helps enable a more seamless exchange of data throughout the entire supply chain, creating the communication stream from source to last mile. DiCentral's integration solutions are scalable to the size, growth, and unique requirements of each business. In addition, DiCentral develops and markets a complementary suite of supply chain applications for retailers and suppliers, including MFT software, WMS software, POS analytic software, outlier management software, managed EDI services, and more. For more information, please visit www.dicentral.com or email email@example.com.
About Emori & Co., Ltd .
Founded in 1906 and located in Fukui, Japan, today Emori is a global trading (mainly chemicals and electronic materials) and information technology company. Emori has been providing a broad range of solutions to global customers, especially SAP Business One, to Japanese overseas companies in the APAC region.
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Founding member and executive at Dicentral, a global B2B integration company with over 20 years of solving complex supply chain integration problems. I am passionate about helping people in the retail, automotive and healthcare industries achieve revenue growth through a better understanding of the world of connected commerce. Frequently published, sought after speaker and host of “The Connected Show”, a video blog that connects our viewers to the people and news that influence today’s integrated supply chains.More Content by Peter Edlund