Central invoicing

With 3PL Dynamics you can capture all your logistic services in one software.  Warehousing, transportation, forwarding, cold logistics, etc. Every branch is a separate module within our integrated solution. This includes your invoicing process from A to Z. Besides managing master data as customer and customer articles, you can also capture your financial administration in Central Layer.

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Central data management

Central Layer  creates a central company from where you can manage the master data for all your sites and companies. For example, customers, customer articles, or price agreements and contracts. You can make changes in this central company and forward it to other companies.  All your sites will be working with the same data without any errors.

Delegate the data accordingly

In practice, this entails having a single company within your software system overseeing the master data. Imagine you’ve onboarded a new customer or an existing one intends to store new articles in your warehouse. You make these adjustments within that company. Subsequently, the updated information is swiftly disseminated to other connected companies or environments through data integration messages. This ensures seamless implementation of changes, without any need for manual intervention by your employees.

Select the data you wish to manage centrally

Central Layer gives you all the freedom to configure the data you handle and share with other companies and sites according to your needs. For instance, in 3PL Dynamics, you have the autonomy to select which tables you want to centrally manage. This allows you to decide which companies and sites should receive the centrally controlled master data and which should not.

Configuring Central Layer

Setting up the Central Layer within your software solution involves three primary steps. Initially, you need to identify the designated partners, essentially capturing the companies important to the Central Layer configuration. Next, you select the C/L entities, determining which tables will be managed within the Central Layer framework. Finally, you establish the appropriate data integration messages between these companies. For instance, the central company requires an SND-CDM-RECORD message, while the receiving company necessitates the RCV-CDM-RECORD message.

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Set up your master data in 3 steps

  • Partners

    All the companies that are a part of the Central Layer functionality

  • Entities

    Capture what tables have to be managed centrally

  • Data integration

    Lastly, set up the data integration messages to be able to benefit from Central Layer

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