Transporeon partners with SALT Solutions to support shippers’ systems integration needs for transportation management

Transporeon is announcing today a strategic partnership with supply chain IT experts SALT Solutions. The partnership will help Transporeon’s shipper customers in integrating core company processes with advanced supply chain logistics functionalities.

While Transporeon with its cloud-based digital platform provides access to Europe’s largest logistics network and enables shippers to make freight contracts, track deliveries and manage slots, SALT Solutions is specialized in helping companies to implement advanced ERP systems for logistics, such as SAP TM or S/4HANA. Both companies share the same overarching ambition to optimize shippers’ logistics operations through digitalization.

Many Transporeon customers are using SAP. However, many such shippers are still reliant on SAP ERP, which will no longer be supported by SAP as of 2025. These companies therefore face important decisions on how to re-organise their systems to overcome future challenges. Through the agreement with SALT Solutions, Transporeon has an expert partner on hand to ensure a seamless integration and transition to S/4 HANA and SAP TM.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer this vital service to our shipper customers through the new partnership with SALT Solutions,” said Transporeon CEO Stephan Sieber. “The task of introducing SAP systems with logistics functionalities is a highly demanding one that affects many of our customers. We can now rely on the expertise of our SALT Solution partners to provide these customers with much needed support.”

Dr. Hans Christoph Dönges, Member of the Management Board at SALT Solutions commented: “As an expert for the digitalization of the supply chain that specializes in adapting SAP solutions to specific customer needs in the areas of production and logistics, the partnership with Transporeon is an especially valuable addition for us. We look forward to accompanying Transporeon’s many clients on their path towards a digital supply chain.”

 

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