With Nexus, you combine all of your day-to-day operating needs into one IT platform, eliminating complicated integrations that constantly have to exchange data. It's a really good thing that increases robustness and lowers costs.

Electronic invoicing

Of course, it is necessary to be able to communicate effectively with the outside world, and more and more companies are focusing on NemHandel, which is the Danish state's bid for a standard for the exchange of transaction documents. With Nexus you can choose both NemHandel (often also referred to as OIOUBL) as a module. Your Nexus routines do not change and you choose at the customer level whether you want to exchange transaction documents (such as invoices) digitally through NemHandel.

Built-in API

With the Nexus API, your customers can connect their own IT system to Nexus and request data on products, prices, availability and much more. The API can be a shortcut to build and maintain special product data from your resellers and sales partners, but there are many other uses as well.

Raymeon Orbit

If you want to use the Raymeon Orbit B2C trading platform, it is the API that connects Nexus and Orbit with each other, and here Raymeon delivers complete integration. In Nexus, you manage all products and choose whether a product should also be available in Orbit. You can work with multiple Orbits and individually control which products appear in which Orbit. Orders from B2C customers placed in Orbit are automatically sent via the API to Nexus where the words can be processed.

Raymeon Glow

If you run stores, Glow is your cloud-connected cash register that gives you live insights into what's happening in your stores and a simple, everyday life in the store. Glow is integrated with Orbit, so your B2C activities come together in the same platform. Products and prices come to Glow from Nexus for a truly centralized product catalog and centralized maintenance. You also maintain the buttons of Glow from the central team.

Glow can run in an offline mode, and automatically synchronizes offline transactions when the connection to the network is re-established. Offline mode can occur in the event of a temporary breakdown of the internet connection in the store, or if you want to run Glow from, for example, a tablet at a trade show, a pop-up shop, etc. The integration is seamless and runs automatically in the background.