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1. Is the Future of EDI in Blockchain?
... EDI, XML, or any other text data documents may be coming to an end with the advent of more secure distributed technologies like blockchain. Blockchain is best known as the data format behind Bitcoin, the ...
Created on 06 September 2017
2. Connectivity Benefits for Suppliers
The benefits of connecting electronically with suppliers are well documented. In the final installment of his series on supplier networks, Xavier Olivera discusses why connectivity matters and the risks ...
Created on 28 January 2017
3. P2P Network Options
In the first of a series on supplier networks, Xavier Olivera reviews the capabilities that need to be mixed and matched by participants. He takes us through the P2P process and identifies decisions ...
Created on 24 January 2017
4. API's to Replace EDI?
In the latest chapter of the 'when is EDI going away' saga, Jeff McCandless makes a case for replacing it with APIs. According to his article on the EBN site, supply chains that continue to depend on EDI ...
Created on 05 November 2016
5. Don’t Drive Without a Dashboard
Supply chain processes throw off a lot of data. If you’re a successful supplier who fulfills a significant number of orders then you understand that the detail of the transactions generated by orders, ...
Created on 04 October 2016
6. IoT is Real and Present
... ger portion will use some sort of XML format simply because of the ease of creating the content. But there's no reason that 'things' that are already part of the supply chain and would normally be enco ...
Created on 01 June 2016
7. Growth Continues for Digital Connections
As managers strive to drive cost out of their supply chains, establishing digital connections with business partners seems to be gaining traction.A recent study shows that not only are more companies connecting, ...
Created on 25 April 2016
8. The Value Add Makes the VAN
... e core features – their portfolios of services include the ability to support hosted document exchanges of EDI, XML, flat files, spreadsheets and other types of data. But they’ve layered on top of tho ...
Created on 24 September 2015
9. IOT Integration and the B2B2X Supply Chain
You already know that IoT (Internet of Things) is a term that identifies items that have enough intelligence and communication abilities to send messages across the internet. Kevin Ashton supposedly coined ...
Created on 02 July 2015
10. Cloud's Impact on Supply Chains
Cloud technology's impact on organizations can't be overstated. Supply chains, in particular, have benefited in a number of ways, both obvious and others less so.In a Forbes article, Joe McKendrick pulls ...
Created on 05 November 2014
11. Turkey Slicing Its Way Into The E-Invoicing Format
... the web. So that e-invoices are uniform, the Turkish government has created an XML format for the documents.   To ensure the authenticity of e-invoices, the use of electronic signatures is required ...
Created on 08 October 2014
12. IoT Standards
Those of us who cut our teeth on ANSI X.12 and XML recognize the importance of standards (even though they may be ignored in practice...). As the millions of devices involved in the Internet of Things ...
Created on 21 July 2014
13. Global Business, Trade Sanctions, and Taxation Affect Everyone
... h Africa. These particular taxes are aimed specifically at electronic services including e-invoicing and seem to extend to XML. These moves seem to be a pretty transparent ploy to extract revenue from t ...
Created on 07 April 2014
14. Taxes and Legislation in South Africa and Mexico on E-Invoicing
... for goods and services are nearly identical to one another in Mexico by necessitating practically the same XML and stamping requirements. Another change in Mexican e-invoice regulations is that the government ...
Created on 31 March 2014
15. Is EDI Important to the IoT?
... ger portion will use some sort of XML format simply because of the ease of creating the content. But there's no reason that 'things' that are already part of the supply chain and would normally be enco ...
Created on 21 March 2014
16. AS2 Best Practices
"Traditional" EDI, using ANSI standards and transporting messages to and from a VAN, is just one of many options available for B2B electronic documents.As more businesses switch over to internet-based ...
Created on 13 January 2014
17. Supply Chain Management Control Towers and BIG DATA
Control towers are used in many industries for different purposes: airports and railroads use them for traffic control; power plants have control rooms to monitor operations and third party logistics providers ...
Created on 04 November 2013
18. Keeping “E” Code Fresh – The Art of Reinventing
... etc; and market share continues to support the company’s growth in this economy. So if I applied these same principles to the world of EDI and XML, I think we see the re-inventing and re-branding also ...
Created on 24 September 2013
19. BOTS - An Open Source EDI Tool
... elaborate, is quite capable and easily understood. “Channels” are used to control the direction and flow of data to and from XML, X12, EDIFACT and delimited files; email; various flavors of FTP and databases. ...
Created on 12 September 2013
20. Sensors
...  homes and even the weather. A while back I reported on XML in Your Weather. While I was primarily focusing on the METAR coding scheme to send weather data around the World, the "Weatherman" told me a l ...
Created on 28 August 2013