A leading provider of B2B supply chain collaboration and integration solutions worldwide has increased its European footprint.
DiCentral announced in a statement this week that it had acquired Compello Germany, providers of e-invoicing, EDI and invoice approval services. The acquisition creates DiCentral Europe, one of the fastest growing integrated business networks, with deep vertical expertise and an expansive global footprint that serves clients in more than 30 countries.
DiCentral will now have added reach to serve multi-national organisations looking to establish a unified global platform to support data integration. DiCentral Europe will work across a number of industries, including automotive, energy, financial services, logistics and transportation.
“With this acquisition, DiCentral continues to execute on its vision to service the needs of multi-national clients seeking to integrate their global supply chains,” said Thuy Mai, president and CEO of DiCentral. “There are powerful and rapid forces shaping the nature of the way global business is conducted and many internal systems simply cannot keep up. We help our clients conduct commerce all over the world with increasingly complex data integration requirements. By combining the two companies we can address the needs of both small and large enterprises around the globe, while providing vertical-specific solutions. Going forward, Compello Germany products and services will be rebranded under DiCentral and all products and services provided by Compello Germany will continue to be maintained and supported.”
“We are delighted to join forces with DiCentral and expand its breadth of products and services across Europe,” said Andreas Waldbrenner, General Manager of Compello Germany. “As business becomes more global, organizations seek a trusted software and services partner to assist with their supply chain integration needs. DiCentral is one of the few truly global providers that can satisfy this requirement.”
Through the DiCentral Managed Services Network, businesses extend their extend supply chain networks, adopt new business models such as omni-channel retailing and drop ship, automate warehousing, optimise order management, manage electronic payments, and gain greater supply chain visibility