The integration between Dataloy VMS, an advanced software system for voyage management, and VIEW Maritime’s financial system Xledger, will enable companies to access a complete cloud-based ERP (enterprise resource planning) system and a voyage management system that share information.
All the relevant company information is transferred continuously both ways from Xledger and Dataloy VMS. It is also possible to tailor the integration to specific customer needs and implement logic that would otherwise not be available in the Dataloy VMS.
“This means that we can give our customers the best advice, how to get total financial and operational control of their business. With the seamless integration between Dataloy VMS and Xledger, companies will save both time and money,” said Terje Bratlie, CEO of VIEW Maritime.
Benefits to customers of the integration include:
- Save time and gives unique operational and financial control
- All information is updated and recalculated immediately
- Provides a unique business management system based on real-time information
- Flexible structure and user-friendly interface
- Widely use of automated workflows
- Advanced business group functionality
- Multi-currency solution
- Fixed assets accounting
- Total control and overview of your business
“We believe that a fully integrated accounting system and the possibility to get a complete overview of the financials is no longer a nice-to-have, but a must-have”, stated Hege Jacobsen, head of partner relations, Dataloy System.
“The integration between Xledger and Dataloy VMS enables companies to embrace technology and innovation through a single user experience that will and empower our customers with greater levels of efficiency and visibility into their company financials.”
“With the integration between Dataloy VMS and Xledger we are reducing our number of manual entries and are currently only inputting the invoices in VMS. AR processing is also automated, and we have a real-time open items list in both Xledger and VMS, since we import bank statements daily. We now have more time to do our core business – which is operating vessels," said Eivind Baasland, operation manager for Baltic Line.