Softera connects to Nordigen’s open banking technology
By Edlyn Cardoza
Business management software provider Softera has integrated Nordigen’s open banking API connections into Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central ERP system.
Lithuanian-based Softera is an official Microsoft partner that provides modern business management solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Dynamics 365 Business Central helps optimise business processes, gather information, and centralise data under a single system, allowing for higher efficiency, bolstering businesses profitability, and bettering customer experiences. With their Microsoft partnership, Softera offers businesses a wide array of specialised services focusing on Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, and Business Intelligence. Businesses can choose software specific to their field and receive solutions that will ease the need for manual input and streamline operations.
“In order to provide the best business management software, we are always looking to be at the cutting edge. The Nordigen open banking integration facilitates increased connectivity and ease for our customers. The data that is accessed through their APIs allows us to continue to build and innovate with the tools enabled by our Microsoft partnership. We are excited to share an elevated, effortless experience with our customers and are looking forward to our continued partnership in the future,” explains Edgaras Bencevicius, Product Development Manager from Softera.
One of the solutions the firm offers is Softera.Docu-Bank. The service automates receipt and payment collection and integrates any European bank (Revolut, Santander, Barclays, Swedbank, PayPal and others) and the Microsoft ERP system. It includes real-time payment orders, receipt statements, and invoice payments whilst integrating multiple bank accounts. Nordigen’s APIs support this software solution by integrating real-time bank data and facilitating the aggregation of multiple accounts.
“It is wonderful that Softera has chosen to partner with us. They have a great reputation as an international business management software provider and we are happy to see our open banking platform integrated into such a crucial business solution, showing the continued growth and utility of open banking,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.
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