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Doxis4 ECM system achieves SAP S/4HANA certification

Doxis4 from SER is the first ECM system worldwide to receive SAP S/4HANA certification for the archive interfaces ArchiveLink and ILM. And this means long-term security for all companies that plan to switch to the new generation SAP S/4HANA. It is possible for them to safely store their SAP documents and data in the Doxis4 archive with S/4HANA.

Doxis4 users can continue using their existing archive solutions after switching to SAP S/4HANA. The archive interfaces of the Doxis4 iECM suite have once again successfully passed the demanding functional test scenarios for SAP S/4HANA and for SAP NetWeaver. Utilizing the certified interfaces Doxis4 HTTPContentServer (HCS) for archiving via ArchiveLink and Doxis4 WebDAV Connector for ILM (Information Lifecycle Management), SER customers can securely store SAP documents and data (e.g. print lists, order or invoice documents) – also in an audit-proof way. Furthermore, they can manage retention periods and thereby fulfill legal requirements.

“We support the latest SAP technologies always very early on. If you claim to support SAP S/4HANA, you have to prove it: We have achieved this once again with the SAP certification. In doing so, we give our customers long-term security,” explains Klaus Eulenbach, Head of Technology at SER.

ECM integration encompasses many different use cases

As a long-standing certified partner of SAP, SER offers a deep integration of SAP and the Doxis4 iECM suite, which many companies appreciate: Over 50 percent of all SER customers use Doxis4 together with SAP for a diverse range of use cases. This includes SAP data archiving, SAP document archiving, electronic records in SAP, and SAP inbound invoice processing. The last is integrated through the certified SAP interface of Doxis4 InvoiceMaster 8.3 with the Doxis4 iECM suite. Beyond this, SER has its own namespace in SAP (/SER/IM4S).

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