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1. Payment automation and unintended consequences
... onversations, not everything can be done by "commodity specialists". "'[I]ndirect buys' of non-manufacturing and professional or business-to-business services, due to their complexity, are not so easil ...
Created on 10 May 2012
2. Traceability - RFID verses Barcode
It was great seeing many of you at the U Connect 2011 Conference this week. It’s good to see that attendance is growing a bit more over the years. I think that it’s important for companies to be in tuned ...
Created on 06 June 2011
3. To Outsource, or Not…..
Why do some companies outsource their EDI processes? The same question could be asked about HR, payroll, manufacturing, and any other process that’s been shipped elsewhere. The answer you’d probably expect ...
Created on 16 May 2011
4. Can You Improve? Continuously?
Yet another reason I like this time of year is it’s when the ‘Best of….” lists are published. I wonder every year, though, how the authors of these lists have any credibility left at all. They seem to ...
Created on 31 December 2010
5. Put Communication at the Top for EDI Success
In the recent survey conducted to find out just how well EDI implementations have gone, and what went wrong, there were more successful initiatives than not. In fact, when asked about eight separate ...
Created on 18 October 2010
6. Would You Change If... Survey Results
When I first took up the 'profession' of sales in the 70s, the school of thought was that by leading a conversation and using certain techniques, it was possible to get someone to buy what you were selling. ...
Created on 13 August 2010