SEEBURGER BIS Other Solutions Considered

Evan Meyer
Application Manager - EDI at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We wanted to be platform-independent from our iSeries and AS/400, and we wanted a more modern product for our EDI integrations. We looked at SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) vs IBM Sterling B2B Integrator. We did a lot of demos and had a lot of conversations between the two. Ultimately, we ended up choosing SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS), but those were the two primary vendors that we were evaluating. The Sterling Integrator was a little bit more complex than it needed to be. It wasn't straightforward. The mapper was a little bit, I won't say clumsy, but it was a little bit busy, hard to understand. One of the big things we wanted to do was to have a new refresh mapper. Also, the pricing seemed to be a lot higher for what we were getting. Based on the demos that we had - we had given a script of what we wanted to see from both companies - the way SEEBURGER presented it was much more straightforward and understandable. We could see ourselves moving to that product a lot easier than moving to the Sterling Integrator. View full review »
Naresh Shetty
Integration Specialist at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
They went through the selection process to see what interfacing applications were available in the market. View full review »
Maman89321
Materials Management Team Lead at a university with 10,001+ employees
We had IBM come in and do presentations. We had Sterling Commerce come in and do presentations. And we had a conversation with SEEBURGER. IBM came in here, they sent 15 guys and tried to sell us a solution that was doing 50 things that I did not want, did not need, did not care about. They didn't understand that, no matter how hard I tried to explain it to them. All they wanted to do was to tell you about how wonderful they were and how powerful this tool was that they wanted me to pay a million dollars for. Then, the second vendor, which was Sterling Commerce, toned it down some, but it was still a very potent tool. And the price was very high. I had specific requirements that I had to meet for EDI. When SEEBURGER showed up on the scene, they said, "Okay, we'll give you EDI, and check out this price." It was everything that we needed to get done, and even today it's still what we need. They didn't overkill it. They didn't try to sell me a whole bunch of stuff that I didn't need. They sold me the right functionality at the right time at the right price. View full review »
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Michael Osiecki
Partner For Experience & E-Business at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
There was a big list, including the IBM solution. There were six other platforms but it was three-and-a-half years ago. Both our US and Canadian operations evaluated the same companies then, and SEEBURGER was chosen in Canada. When we did the evaluation again, here in the US, we ended up with pretty much the same results. The fact that Canada was using it helped make the decision to go with it. View full review »
Reviewer98345
IT Solutions Business Analyst Team Lead of Sales and Distribution at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We didn't evaluate other solutions at that time. SEEBURGER came recommended and we went with them. SAP put us in touch with them. View full review »
VpDigita4708
VP Digital Services at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We did evaluate webMethods vs SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS). And because we were doing an SAP implementation and SAP had its own middleware tool, we evaluated SAP Process Integration. There were a couple of others. But overall, in terms of the EDI capabilities specifically, because we were mainly looking for the EDI, SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) stood out. View full review »
Enterpri7cde
Enterprise & Tech Ops Hosting Svcs at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We did a big PoC. We narrowed it down to three or four vendors and we invited all of them to come on site and demonstrate their products. We gave them a use-case scenario to implement and, based on that, we made our selection. View full review »
Corporatc173
Corporate Director of IT at Flexfab
We went with the preferred, recommended EVI translator that Infor recommended. View full review »
EdiTeamLe477
SAP Global EDI Lead at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
I've been onboard a year now. I revisited our review of competing platforms. All of them had their pluses and minuses. It came down to dollars and cents, especially when we are about to start an SAP implementation. View full review »
Giridhar Duvvuru
Director at Mylan Inc.
We evaluated SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) and a couple of other tools. We found SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) to be better suited for our organization. View full review »
SystemsA66a3
Systems Architect EDI/B2B at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We evaluated the Gentran's AI (Application Integrator). View full review »
Director9054
Director, Application Development at a retailer with 501-1,000 employees
We evaluated: * SEEBURGER BIS vs Dell AtomSphere * SEEBURGER BIS vs Software AG * SEEBURGER BIS vs MuleSoft * SEEBURGER BIS vs SAP PI. View full review »
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