Ingentis distribution.list

Manage your email distribution groups easily in one place

Ingentis distribution.list

Ingentis distribution.list provides you with an easy solution for the creation of email distribution lists. The recipients are determined by your pre-defined and dynamic criteria from your core system (e.g. SAP or CRM). Thanks to automated data synchronisation, your email distribution lists will always be up-to-date. Ingentis distribution.list also enables the automated synchronisation of various distribution lists across your mailing system. Therefore various distribution lists are always available on your preferred mailing system.


Criteria-driven distribution lists

Ingentis distribution.list identifies the recipients based on dynamic criteria, which are selected from information on the underlying database such as in the SAP HR system. Examples for typical criteria include the working division, job description, location or project team. Of course individual attributes can also be combined. Changes to the source data are updated automatically and translated into the respective distribution list.


Ingentis distribution.list can be linked via standard interfaces fast and easily to core human resource management software from vendors such as SAP®, PeopleSoft®, Oracle® or P&I®. Freely scalable ODBC-, CSV- and LDAP interfaces also allow for convenient docking of Ingentis distribution.list to a wide range of data sources.


A high-performance functional module enables Ingentis distribution.list to retrieve information from SAP HCM PA, or data about the organisational structure from SAP HCM OM in a swift manner. With its own IMG, this functional module can be adapted to the unique needs of your company. That way, individual types of information or arrays can be read and used within Ingentis distribution.list as selection criteria.

Open interfaces

Ingentis distribution.list can be connected seamlessly and swiftly to a variety of source data. Besides the commonly used HR systems, these could also be databases (e.g. Oracle®, Microsoft SQL Server® or IBM DB/2®), directory services (e.g. LDAP / Active Directory) or flat files such as Excel, CSV etc