The aim is to optimize and enhance their respective data-conversion as well as information and document-provision product portfolios. The investment required for both parties to adapt their respective products to the new challenges of S/4 and cloud technologies, among others, is the key driving force behind the partnership.
Ciden provides advice and support to businesses on implementing innovation and optimising engineering processes to raise performance, customer benefits and business value.
They focus on the various sections within design as well as the administration and maintenance of product data through to the integration in inventory control systems.
Seal Systems are experts in corporate output management and conversion solutions as well as in solutions for SAP, PLM and technical documentation.
Separate but related
The product focus and core business of the two companies, both considered international solution partners for corporate IT and specialist technical and commercial areas, are in separate but related businesses.
In the context of this new partnership, competencies in conversion and output management solutions for SAP will be integrated, optimized and enhanced so that both collaborating partners will be able to offer comparable products respectively.
Both companies’ existing solutions will remain unaffected: core products of the respective collaborating partners, rather than proprietary or additionally purchased niche products, will be deployed in future.
Customised software solutions
„Our customers have a big potential for efficiency in the area of conversion and the issue of SAP managed documents. We can recognise and increase the potential more accurately with this newly combined know-how”,says Reno Staschinski, Managing Director at Cideon Software.
Johannes Hesel, CEO of Seal Systems, adds: “With this partnership, we are taking the opportunity to focus our resources on the develop-ment of our products. Thus, we can guarantee long-term, sustainable solutions for document-based processes in SAP context.”