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UXC Oxygen partners with Netfira

UXC Oxygen partners with Netfira


SYDNEY, 04 February 2014: UXC Oxygen, the leading specialist SAP software and services company in Australia and New Zealand has entered into a professional partner agreement with Netfira, the provider of a business-to-business supply chain solution that streamlines the buying and selling process.

Netfira is an SAP partner company that provides a simple and cost effective way for SMEs to connect electronically and in real time to enterprises running SAP, says Oxygen Ariba Lead, Milos Lekovic.

“We are working with Netfira on a number of opportunities that would allow small to medium sized supplier organisations to automate the selling of their products to larger SAP-enabled buyers. We are also implementing Netfira at a large SAP-enabled manufacturer/distributor to allow its customers to see real-time stock price and availability, and to place orders and process invoices electronically. The benefit of Netfira is its ability to eliminate the time and costs associated with having to undertake phone queries, fax and email ordering, confirmations and invoicing.”

Netfira integrates with existing accounting software to enable sellers and buyers to undertake electronic ordering and purchasing.
“Using Netfira PunchOut, sellers can quickly establish a compliant, online shop which allows their buyers to see product availability, location and price,” says Lekovic. “Buyers can execute orders, get purchase order notifications and receive invoices. It is all completed electronically and integrates with their accounting system.”

Lekovic says Netfira is a complementary solution to SAP / Ariba, providing SMEs with the technical capability to connect to SAP’s Ariba supplier network directly from their accounting systems, something that was not previously possible without significant capital outlay and technical knowledge.

Jay Hennock, Vice President, ANZ for Netfira says the firm is delighted to be partnering with UXC Oxygen. “UXC Oxygen is an SAP expert and knows how to provide quick, effective wins for customers. We are working on several opportunities for both our enterprise seller and enterprise buyer products with a particular focus on Ariba/SAP-enabled, State and Federal Government departments.”
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