Target approached us looking for a cloud solution that was scalable, configurable, secure and would streamline their processes. We connected their ERP system with their trading partners around the world.
With large projects on the horizon, SunRice decided to outsource its translation services, previously handled by middleware to MessageXchange. Find out about their journey and the results they saw.
Valvoline had been using electronic data interchange (EDI) for some time when one of its key retail customers advised it had new message requirements. Complying with these requirements using their existing EDI solution was likely to cost a significant amount of time and effort for Valvoline’s IT team.
Prior to implementing a digital procurement process, Freedom sent orders to suppliers by fax or email and suppliers would respond with calls, emails or faxes, which Freedom would use to update its systems manually.
New Zealand Inland Revenue (NZIR)
After the New Zealand and Australian governments reached an agreement on a common trans-Tasman e-invoicing approach, NZIR became the first government agency to begin the journey to enable e-invoicing. Their focus was to pay invoices early to help suppliers’ cash flow and to give them a seamless experience.
New South Wales Department of Customer Service
Once the NSW Government introduced its policy for faster payments, which included a five days payment terms for SME suppliers, the Department of Customer Service (DCS) decided to get its wheels in motion, taking a leadership role in e‑invoicing in Australia.
Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
As the Peppol authority, and the lead federal agency for driving adoption among all Commonwealth agencies, the ATO sought to be an early adopter of e-invoicing, leading the way by example. The ATO took a staged approach to implementing e-invoicing, allowing them to exchange e-invoices as soon as possible. Read this case study to find out about their journey.
Payroll Metrics approached MessageXchange to help them integrate STP into their software for their customers to pay tens of thousands of employees. Have a look at this case study to find out about their journey and what they achieved.