Software that collaborates with each other with Interoperability

For an accelerated, progressive and affordable digital transformation.

Do your management software programs communicate with each other?

The challenge for your company is to effectively coordinate all the different management tools it has access to on the market. Although these tools individually bring ease of management to the various spheres of the enterprise, they are often under-exploited from an interoperability perspective.
  • UPenterprise intervenes in the management processes of each of its clients and to achieve synergy between the functions of each department.

Thanks to the presence of a form of
between their management tools, the companies we work with are progressively integrating automation into their business processes. Our clients then achieve productivity gains at every stage of their growth.

What is interoperability?

Interoperability is the ability of a product or system, whose interfaces are fully known, to work with other existing or future products or systems without access or implementation restrictions.A distinction must be made between “interoperability” and “compatibility”. To be simple, we can say that compatibility is a vertical notion that makes a tool work in a given environment while respecting all the characteristics, and interoperability is a transversal notion that allows various tools to be able to communicate – when we know why, and how, they can work together.In other words, we can only talk about the interoperability of a product or a system if we know all its interfaces in full.

Accounting & Finance

Generate purchase orders based on inventory and customer purchases, record the receipt of ordered products and adjust inventory accordingly, transform purchase orders into purchase invoices, automatically integrate invoices and associated data into accounting software, manage taxes paid


Putting your entire project on a level playing field, monitoring and coordinating actions, tracking the progress of tasks and meeting deadlines, facilitating exchanges, centralizing information and elements related to the project, having a global view of the entire project.

Human Resources & Payroll

Leave requests, recruitment, selection and hiring, automation of the employee exit process, employee onboarding, updating of employee personal data

Sales & Marketing

These tasks include communicating with current and potential customers via email or social media as well as measuring and tracking information.

Planning & Logistics

A management oriented towards the automation of its processes allows to generate revenues that were previously lost due to the time spent on individual workloads.

Relations Clients

Reduce the costs of your marketing campaigns, be more productive on a daily basis, manage your customer relations efficiently, acquire qualified leads, increase your conversion rate

Purchasing & Inventory Management

Track and optimize open orders, manage out-of-stock and automate orders, synchronize online and offline inventory, reduce margin of error.

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Tell us what you want to accomplish and what software you already use.

What is interoperability?

Interoperability is the ability of a product or system, whose interfaces are fully known, to work with other existing or future products or systems without access or implementation restrictions.

In the past, managers had to do their administration manually. Now, thanks to the abundance of applications and management tools available online, we can recreate everything that an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system would have done for us.

An SME can therefore acquire an automated invoicing system or a cloud-based accounting system at a low cost while respecting a certain internal rigor, because such software no longer requires the purchase of an expensive license. You only have to pay a subscription fee to start using them, in the logic of software as a service (SaaS). As long as the company pays its monthly or annual fee, it can enjoy the service.

The advantages of SaaS are multiple. This is a cost savings because there are no upfront costs. We can also talk about accessibility. Moreover, all data is always there, without duplication from one software to another. Probably the most important benefit is the growth with use. Indeed, it is possible to add users or access more advanced features as and when needed.

However, SaaS does have its drawbacks, especially at the start-up stage. Some services are exceptions, but you usually have to configure your software yourself, and that requires some basic knowledge. Gaps can also occur during a service failure of the internet provider or the on-demand service provider. It becomes impossible to access your work tools. Ultimately, since the integration of these software applications into business processes may be a long-term goal for the company, it is imperative to master the application programming interface (API) and to develop bridges between the software applications so that they can communicate. For example, a sale recorded in the CRM software can open a project in the project management software.

The good news is that most of the drawbacks can be overcome by using a certified SaaS consultant or specialists who know about interoperability.

  • Have a plan of what you want to accomplish in a more automated and structured way in the short and medium term.
  • Choose your SaaS software based on its ability to integrate with other software you want for the present and the future.
  • Surround yourself with specialists in cloud software, automation and interoperability in various fields (business management, IT resources, accounting, project management, etc.).
  • Be interested and involved in the process; detachment is the worst enemy of automation.
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