Our applications "run" on state-of-the-art systems known as SaaS (Software as a Service), where customers generate reports, spreadsheets that involve customers' material delivery needs. For this we maintain a highly reliable and redundant environment, which avoids expenses with equipment and infrastructure in your company.
Likewise, PaaS (Platform as a service) MGR has developed a huge range of network interconnections with players worldwide, such as the ENX (European Network Exchange), ANX (American Network Exchange), Assemblers and Sistemists located in Argentina, Mexico, Germany, United States, Czechoslovakia, France, and other locations. This service eliminates the need for your company to provide secure connections (through VPN, for example), with a wide range of protocols (AS2, OFTP, FTP, FTPS, others).
Our HUB processes more than 5 million business transactions (EDI) monthly, transferring information that moves millions of dollars between companies in the automotive segment.
We pride ourselves on being pioneers in applying B2B technologies (Business-To-Business), helping companies to have faster information with better quality.
MGR is committed to safe and cost-effective technology.
With the development of several technological fronts such as Cloud Computing, Web Service (Consumables on the Web), more robust platformsVIEW MORE
MGR has a team of technical consultants with vast experience in the automotive market. It is enough for the customer to present their needs and the team will present a technical-commercial solution that adheres to the needs.VIEW MORE
MGR works in the area of training of specific projects of automotive HUBs, but also offers courses directed to the specific needs of its clients through its staff or partners in the area.VIEW MORE
The MGR was born in 1989 due to a need of the time, which was electronic data interchange (EDI), between vehicle assemblers and auto parts manufacturers.
At that time, software and network resources were scarce and problematic. The only data network that covered Brazil was EMBRATEL's RENPAC (State at the time).
The predominant languages at the time were Cobol and Clipper. Visual and object-oriented programming (OOP), no way to think. AND INTERNET? It would be commercially born 5 years later, in mid-1994.
Time has passed since then. The story today is different, several companies develop the VANs service, the INTERNET is consolidated, languages that facilitate the production of software are available.
The MGR, attentive to these changes, always put itself ahead of the innovations. Sometimes we pay dearly for the initiative, sometimes we harvest tasty fruits with this attitude. We know that humanity evolves faster today than 100 years ago. The MGR will always embrace the news, aiming mainly at the service to its customers.