There are various options available to transmit an order. Using those requires minimal or no implementation effort. The choice of the appropriate option is best determined by the number of transactions. Regardless of the type of integration you choose – neither Sixt nor Coupa will charge you for the cooperation.
Order transmission by e-mail is the standard way to send a purchase order. With this option we only need the e-mail address to which our orders should be sent to. You also have the option of confirming the order directly by using the buttons within the e-mail (SAN – Supplier Actionable Notification). Another button also gives you one-time access to the CSP (Coupa Supplier Portal) to send us an electronic invoice via PO-flip. This type of connection is recommended if you only occasionally receive orders from Sixt.
CSP (Coupa Supplier Portal)
The CSP platform provides you with an extensive range of options for the processing of transactions. We will gladly send you an invitation for the registration. This way your company and Sixt are directly connected. After registering with the CSP, you have the possibility to view / confirm all orders, to check their status or to maintain catalogs and master data. This connection is recommended if you receive more than one order per week from Sixt.
cXML (direct connection)
CXML (commerce eXtensible Markup Language) is a protocol for exchanging data and provides a direct link between your and our ERP system. In this way, order and invoice data is exchanged automatically and electronically. The connection via cXML requires a more extensive integration effort and is therefore recommended for high transaction volumes (more than 100 orders per week).