During the IX Home of Fashion 22 theme days, the textile industry meets to exchange ideas in virtual space.

Partners introduce themselves, industry speakers deliver talks and innovations from research are presented.

Pranke GmbH is one of the participants.

The project is prepared and moderated by Myriam Leyser, who is in charge of our eXtended EDI Services for a long time.
Myriam presents the Pranke SalesMonitoring module, which – along the value chain – secures and increases revenues.

Thus, with the help of our long-standing customer Marc O’Polo, an interesting trade fair presentation is created, in which aspects of various EAI processes are illuminated.

Daniel Richter, Senior Backend Developer & Interfaces at Marc O’Polo, paints a picture of an EDI landscape from the developer’s perspective.
At this point, a big thank you for that!

Read his thoughts on the topic here in summarised form:

Data flow and traffic are increasing, contents of different systems are becoming more complex.
With the Pranke eBiss converter, we are able to realise these requirements and customise them as we want them to be.

With the combination Intex <> eBiss, you get a complete programme library (dll) with which you can map all messages, both inbound and outbound, without having to make cost-intensive adjustments yourself.

We have standardised large amounts of data in our article pool and established an interface to the PIM (product information management) with Pranke eBiss.
We use this to control marketplaces, e-shops, etc.
If something changes, we change it in advance using eBiss, which saves resources!

Another advantage of the Pranke converter is the simple collection of incoming messages, such as ORDERS.

The orders reach us on different channels, often still via *CSV.
These files are mapped into our standard logic and then simply imported through the Intex interface.

Last but not least, we trust Pranke GmbH when it concerns SalesMonitoring.

For many years, this is helping us to keep our replenishment transparent, avoid high storage costs for us and empty shelves for our retailers.