Implementing regulatory e-invoicing requirements
Hartmetall-Werkzeugfabrik Paul Horn GmbH, headquartered in Tübingen, Germany, manufactures precision carbide tools and accessories and employs 1,400 staff worldwide
- Since 1 July 2018, all data from invoices created for transactions between VAT-registered parties in Hungary (local outgoing invoices) must be reported to the Hungarian tax and customs office.
- The data needs to be sent automatically to the tax authority in Hungary in an electronic, serially processed form (structural data), via the NAV (National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary) interface.
- This structural data is to be checked and processed in Orchestra using offsetting logic.
- Due to the sensitive nature of the invoice data, this is to be stored in the Horn database in encrypted, tamper-proof form.
- All changes to the data must be logged to ensure that the data is kept transparent and can be audited at any time.
- With regard to version security, Orchestra must ensure that the current and correct versions of both systems (SAP system and NAV interface) are always used.
- Integrate an SAP system with the NAV interface of the local tax authority.
- Orchestra acts as its own SAP system and transfers electronically created invoices to the Orchestra database.
- The invoice processing status at the local tax authority is automatically transferred back to the initial system in a separate process.
- A technical check is performed.
- The transaction remains open until a result (success or error) can be reported back to SAP.
- The data is stored in encrypted form.
- The interface’s modular structure allows you to switch out both the invoicing and the financial management program.
- The option to process in-house can save costs, and your own staff can create digital value within the company.
- The modular setup enables you to react flexibly to changing requirements.
- You can measure success by comparing the savings to the service costs.
- If you are already using Orchestra there are no additional licence fees.
Automation of cross-system processes
The Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems GmbH (BMTS) develops and produces custom-made exhaust gas turbochargers for cars and commercial vehicles.
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
- Jump starting a mid-size company with high-level engineering and production tool requirements
- Product and quality benchmark regarding continuous digitalization on all fronts
- Quick allocation of specialised field solutions and their company-wide integration
- Flexible and quick allocation of a collaboration platform with access to all fields and their partial results
- Orchestration of all relevant IT-systems incl. SAP, Windchill and MES via Orchestra
- Shared access and harmonization of all collaborative activities across all fields
- Role-based focus of the IT-mix
- Development of a »single point of entry« to manage a comprehensive SOA
- Development of an app for mobile devices to monitor relevant production data
- Purpose: No adaptions of the industry solutions and maintainability
- Each system focusses on core tasks to avoid function doublingand complex adjustments
- Maximum process transparency – data is centralized and information is made available via a browser-based collaboration tool and a document management system
- Automatic archiving and certificate conformity
- Reduction of licenses in addition to highly reduced operating costs
Meeting Solvency II requirements
The Basel-based Baloise Group is a european provider of insurance and pension solutions. Using the concept of the »safety world«, the company connects insurance with intelligent prevention. The Baloise Group has about 9.100 employees worldwide.
Location: Basel, Switzerland
- Companywide IT-reorganisation and IT-centralization in Basel
- Complex, heterogeneous and cross-national system landscape
- Regulatory requirements based on Solvency II
- Digitalization of ITIL processes
- The Orchestra Platform as a strategic tool for process and system integration
- Gradual connection of cross-national, external systems with a variety of protocols, formats and technologies
- Multistage implementation of the ITIL processes asset, change and service request management in addition to planning and calculations, commissioning & cost allocation – License Management with USU Valuemation and Orchestra
- Lower processing costs due to automated procedures via electronic data exchange
- The system is fully administered and operated by the Baloise Orchestra usergroup staff
- Scalable and flexible IT-architecture
- Secure data transfer and audit safety across company boundaries thanks to cryptography and authentification technology
simple system GmbH & Co.KG
Purchasing them is the costliest part of acquiring c-parts. Compared to the expense, the actual value of the goods reaches a mere 20 percent. simple system aims to offer an economical way for companies to provide c-parts more comfortably in order to save on process costs.
Location: Munich, Germany
- Each system focuses on the core tasks - no function duplications as well as complex adjustments
- Maximum process transparency: centralization of data, extraction of information by means of a collaboration and document management system
- Automatic archiving and certificate compliance
- Reduction of licenses and greatly reduced operating costs
- Orchestration of the relevant IT systems Windchill, SAP, CAQ and MES by Orchestra
- Shared access and harmonization of collaboration activities across all disciplines
- Role-based focusing of the IT tool mix
- Establishment of a uniform „single point of entry“ to manage a comprehensive SOA
- Development of an app for mobile devices: rolebased access via Orchestra for monitoring relevant production data and databases
- Goal: No customization of industry solutions and maintainability
- Automatized order import
- Flexibility in interface linking
- Channelled communication
- Optimal traceability of procedural processes
- Transaction security
- Simple and quick reachability of more than 500 suppliers
The University Medical Center Greifswald (UMG) is a maximum health care provider as well as the largest employer and trainer in Western Pomerania. UMG comes with 919 plan beds and 37 spots at day clinics. More than 178,000 patients are treated annually in 21 specialist clinics.
Location: Greifswald, Germany
- Connecting with partners in the outpatient sector for an optimized exchange between all healthcare providers
- Regional care concept to ensure care close to home
- Renewal of the clinical workstation system
- Extension of the system in order to integrate healthcare and research, as well as connecting the region to a research-supporting KAS (KAS+)
- Realization of the research supporting KAS (KAS +) via a research platform for the integration of healthcare and research
- eHealth platform as IT-base for connectivity in the region
- The basis of the system is an IHE compliant electronic case record (EFA 2.0)
- The Orchestra Healthcare Service Bus is a middleware (service bus) for the system’s integration platform
- Strategic advantage for university medicine through connecting with partners in the outpatient sector
- Higher treatment quality for all joint patients through optimized communication between all healthcare providers
Process optimization on land and sea
Patras is a gateway to Europe and one of the most ultra-modern ports on the Mediterranean. With its infrastructure, state-of-the-art cruise terminal and integrated healthcare, Patras is a high-spec port and then some. Patras Port Authority employs 2,504 members of staff and generates an annual revenue of €12.2 million.
- Implementing EU Directive 65.
- Setting up an IT system that would support planning control.
- Optimizing organizational and IT-relevant processes and data exchange.
- Improving use of the IT system.
- Increasing productivity and reducing operating costs.
- Set up a single point of entry for managing an SOA-based architecture.
- Develop a system to identify disruptive factors in order to increase reliability and stability.
- Configure and transform processes without long-winded programming.
- Develop a role-based app that you can access directly using a web service for controlling production data and monitoring the database.
- Improve data exchange in EDIFACT/XML format.
- Integration of the relevant IT systems and the new PMIS system with Orchestra.
- Full process transparency thanks to centralized data (browser-based collaboration/document management system).
- Improved communication between the PMIS and external systems.
- Comprehensive end user accreditation and verification.
- Automatic archiving and certification complianc.
Transparent data transfer for monitoring various systems
Transpetrol a.s. is a listed oil distributor based in Bratislava, Slovakia. The Slovak Republic holds 100% of the shares through the Ministry of Economy. The company was founded in 1991 and currently employs 300 people with a turnover of 50 million euros (2014). The main business areas are crude oil transportation, crude oil storage and maintenance of the Druzhba transit pipeline.
Sector:Energy & Logistics
- Exchange & share of operational data across the enterprise
- Implementation of master data management for technical pipe performance objects
- Increase of financial profitability while reducing integration costs
- Switch from SAP PI to Orchestra as first choice integration platform
- Implementation of two integration scenarios: SCADA/RIS (Pipeline IS) and SCADA/Crude Oil Monitoring and Balance (SAP)
- Implementation of the central register
- Implementation of new SCADA Connectors and RIS Clients
- Quick and easy access to information regarding pressure values in the RIS
- No need for SCADA operator assistance
- More detailed and accurate risk assessment and planning in the RIS, depending on the pressure values of the pipeline
- Automatic data transfer between key IT systems
- Fast data availability from a wide variety of systems
- Significant error reduction while improving data quality
- Reduction of resource requirements
- Cost reduction when using the integration platform (SLA)
- Reduction of license and maintenance costs by switching from SAP Pi to Orchestra
Central platform for secure data transmission
The Fondsdepot Bank GmbH is the independent specialist for custom-made solutions surrounding the custody business. For more than 20 years, they‘ve been providing competent services in investment account management with the help of around 450 experts.
- Replacement of all analogue input channels for customer interaction
- Salesforce as CRM system for a consistent view of the customers
- Encryption of person-related data in the Cloud
- Representation of the required performanceuser-interaction
- Data model of the bank core system Diamos
- Modular reproduction of the process communication
- Test-driven development
- Document archiving in d.3ecm via files and control files
- Webservice-layer (SOAP) for the communication with Salesforce
- Encrypted data transfer between all communication partners
- Easy monitoring of complex communication processes
- Agile and fast adaptability
- Combination of security, standards and customer-specific processes
- Ideally integrated into the existing IT landscape
Multidirectional communication of health data
Jena University Hospital (UKJ) offers 26 specialized clinics with a total of 1,396 beds. Each year, UKJ treats approximately 52,600 inpatients and offers more than 272,000 outpatient consultations. The number of employees amounts to over 4,600, making UKJ the largest employer in the region.
Location: Jena, Germany
- Cross-institutional communication
- Safe connection of internal systems to the internet
- Connecting the Philips PDM system (Patient Data Management) – real-time data transfer
- Modern, state-of-the-art communication via IHE
- Multidirectional data transfer (patient, laboratory and admin data)
- Future-proof thanks to IHE
- Easy integration of proprietary IT-systems
- Straightforward, uncomplicated eGate replacement