Groupe Roullier automates its processes with Nintex K2 Cloud
Breaking down silos between information systems
Groupe Roullier has over 130 subsidiaries worldwide. The fact that each entity has its own ERP system generates a high degree of complexity—especially when it comes to developing group-wide or multi-entity applications.
In 2019, the company opted to deploy a Business Process Management system to break down silos between its disparate information systems. This decision was driven by a particular imperative: the group had to comply with the France’s Transparency, Anti-Corruption, and Economic Modernization Act (known as the Sapin II Act), which requires companies with more than 500 employees and annual sales in excess of €100 million to disclose all the third parties they work with, on a global basis.
Automating the approval process meant interfacing the application with different ERPs across the group’s subsidiaries. After a competitive bidding process, Groupe Roullier opted for Nintex K2 Five for its ability to support complex processes and interface with a wide range of ERPs (via APIs). Its advanced profile management features also helped seal the deal, since the group needed to keep data isolated across its user and entity base.