Oriflame selects SharePoint solutions from Din ERP to simplify business processes in their global operation

Din ERP, a Norwegian software vendor, makes its international breakthrough by signing an agreement with Oriflame. The Swedish company will implement solutions from Din ERP with the intention of greatly simplifying selected business processes throughout its global organisation. The initial agreement covers solutions such as travel expense, invoicing and purchasing.

"We have reviewed the solutions from Din ERP over the past months and are quite impressed by the potential that lies in this product," Oriflame VP Global Shared Services Christian Jönsson said. "The long-term goal is for this to be the new unified front-end platform for IFS Applications and other internal apps at Oriflame".

Din ERP CTO and Chairman, Yngve Tronstad, is very pleased with signing Oriflame as a new customer. "Oriflame has a professional organization with high demands and to be able to deliver our software in such an environment is extremely interesting and challenging. Oriflame is also a very well-known brand and I am sure this will help our planned international expansion. We really appreciate the chance to be part of Oriflame's digital future."

Delivery through IFS

Din ERP and IFS Scandinavia have an extended partnership agreement allowing IFS to sell, implement and support Din ERP solutions, as is the case with Oriflame. "We work closely with Din ERP to offer our customers great flexibility in working with IFS Applications," IFS Scandinavia VP Sales Kent Mattsson said. "Many customers seek to use their SharePoint intranet as front end to selected processes in IFS and we are proud to offer some of the best solutions available."

In addition to being an IFS Scandinavia business partner, Din ERP also recently signed up as an IFS Touch Apps Partner providing mobile apps for various platforms to the global IFS customer base.


Implementation starts immediately and the goal is to go live with some of the solutions during Q1 2014.

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