EDI Communication is in high demand right now. Many companies are quickly realizing how beneficial it is to trade important documents with their suppliers, retailers or business partners via electronic means. Others are receiving direct instructions from their partners to begin using EDI in order to continue doing business with them. Basically, some companies aren’t getting the choice and others are taking proactive steps to ensure they are ahead of the game so that they are as efficient as possible. Read more
We’ve compiled a list of our most read and shared blog posts. These IT articles cover tons of different topics ranging from EDI communication to Productivity Apps to ERP Implementations to IT Business Tools.
This article really touched upon the negative experiences of ERP implementations at businesses. It goes on to answer the question: “Why do companies have such terrible software implementation experiences?” Our experts’ conclusion was that either their ERP Provider is only providing them with half-truths about implementations to sell their own products OR business executives make their own assumptions and do not do the proper research required beforehand. Getting the RIGHT and TRUTHFUL information from IT Providers as well as doing your own research on implementations is absolutely critical. Read more to get the real story behind those false statements about ERP Implementations. Read more
EDI Communication, a method of electronically exchanging business documents, like Purchase Orders and Invoices, between Trading Partners, has been very much in demand for manufacturers, retailers, suppliers, etc. in recent years…and for good reason! [Read the top benefits of EDI]
So, you’ve recently been looking into doing business with a large retailer but they require you to exchange POs, Invoices, ASNs via EDI? Debating whether or not to bring EDI into your business by 2016? Read more
Companies are relying more and more on technologies and for good reason. The power of software automation and integration can enhance a company’s overall efficiency and improve B2B and B2C relationships. One such example comes with the integration of EDI and eCommerce Read more
Take a look at today’s Infographic that goes on to briefly describe how companies can get started using EDI Communication with their customers/suppliers/partners.
Every company needs to analyze their EDI requirements first and foremost to determine which solution or service will be needed to easily and securely exchange documents with their Trading Partners. To learn more about EDI Communication, visit EDI2XML. Read more
Businesses are constantly exchanging documents like invoices, purchase orders, advance ship notices, acknowledgements, etc. Many small and mid-size companies tend to still exchange these important documents via email, fax and even mail. Unfortunately, these methods take more effort and time to get to the business partner – which means that orders will be processed later and payments will take longer.
In today’s business world, everything is so fast-paced and competition is fierce. Customers and business partners demand the very best, in the shortest amount of time. It can get tricky for small businesses that may not be well equipped to compete with these larger players and provide the best service for their customers and business partners as everything is still done manually. This is where EDI communication comes in Read more
EDI Communication is an electronic communication method used by businesses typically in a B2B environment. It is used to exchange data via electronic means. Many companies today unfortunately still send purchase orders or invoices via email, mail or fax. This would then entail employees to manually input this information into their system. Many errors are likely to occur at that point which can eventually lead to late and/or wrong shipments to customers. EDI has eliminated many supply chain inefficiencies and has provided accuracy and timeliness when it comes to order processing. Read more
It’s always difficult to know what your business needs in terms of IT software without having seen or tested other systems. On top of this, we are all creatures of habit; once we get used to working a certain way, we do not question it, as it becomes second nature. However, this can be detrimental to a business. Only once a company begins to experience growth, expansion or a rapid sales increase, do they realize there is too much inefficiency that can prevent them from growing. More often than not, it is those companies that have not upgraded or changed their legacy system in years, or have no system at all, that will be affected the most. Read more
EDI communication is known to be complex and expensive. In recent years however, many small and mid-size businesses are looking into EDI in order to do business with major retailers, like Target, Wal-Mart, Sears, etc., or simply to gain a competitive advantage. It is one of the best ways to exchange important business documents, such […]
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