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1. Data drives the supply chain but data storage can cripple yours
(Technology)
Your manufacturing, shipping, warehousing, and retail channels are all perking along just fine. You have a great team handling your EDI transactions and managing exceptions and your trading partner relationships ...
Created on 09 April 2018
2. AI is now a necessity
(Technology)
Supply chain transactions, mostly in the form of EDI transactions, generate huge amounts of data. But the advent of IoT devices, RFID tags, and retail sales transactions are making what seemed to be ...
Created on 20 March 2018
3. Have You Connected the Dots Yet?
(Management)
... EDI transactions into the formats your company uses is controllable. That’s not to say it’s simple and doesn’t require constant attention, but the tools have been honed to the point that daily operations ...
Created on 17 November 2016
4. Big Data from EDI Can Make Predictions
(EDI)
... easy to implement are already available because of the collection of data that makes up the EDI transactions that till recently, have moved through the supply chain with little analysis.  ...
Created on 15 March 2016
5. Integration in the B2B World
(Integration)
... EDI transactions into the formats your company uses is controllable. That’s not to say it’s simple and doesn’t require constant attention, but the tools have been honed to the point that daily operations ...
Created on 26 January 2016
6. How Much Does an EDI Transaction Cost?
(EDI)
... vendors with whom they do business, and thus view EDI transactions as a cost of doing that business.  Many small and mid-sized businesses simply don’t know what their EDI transactions cost them, and ...
Created on 23 November 2015
7. Take it EDI Easy
(EDI)
... you can add to your repertoire that will enhance your ability to communicate efficiently with your trading partners. In some cases the added EDI transactions are simple and require little effort to implement. ...
Created on 13 October 2015
8. Managing EDI Changes
(EDI)
... there’s a lot more to it. Compliance with the X12 standardized format is crucial to getting the most of your supply chain, but while EDI transactions are standardized, other differences may complicate ...
Created on 14 September 2015
9. Late Adopters of EDI Are Just In Time to Benefit
(EDI)
... the EDI transactions to match their own ERP system. Suppliers are already there If your product lines include items from suppliers who also sell to major retailers it’s likely they are already participating ...
Created on 09 July 2015
10. Enjoy Big Gains By Involving Your Smaller Vendors In Your EDI Process
(Retail)
The age of digital medical records has elevated the urgency with which hospitals and other medical providers need to integrate all of their procurement processes, maintain control of the data and inventory, ...
Created on 18 May 2015
11. No Risk EDI
(EDI)
... are gateways to your internal processes. Second step: Determine where your data is sensitive The individual EDI transactions may not be particularly sensitive as they only identify orders for products. ...
Created on 13 April 2015
12. EDI As A Railroad
(EDI)
... messages. A company and its trading partners have "mailboxes" on the VAN where EDI transactions can be stored. A railroad is a company offering the transportation skills, expertise, and equipment neede ...
Created on 23 January 2015
13. 8 Things To Remember When Starting with EDI
(EDI)
... : Your business depends on your EDI Provider’s system reliability. You don't want to be in a situation where you are trying to send out time sensitive EDI transactions such as ASN's (Advance Ship Noti ...
Created on 28 July 2014
14. Walmart's $250 Billion Push
(Management)
... e required to participate in EDI transactions if they want to do business with the retailer.  What about the $250 Billion, $50 Billion, and $10 Million? The $10 Million number is part of what Walmart ha ...
Created on 11 February 2014
15. What Does Integration Mean to Your Process
(Integration)
...  transaction when it happens. Because there's no time to go back and record it later.   EDI transactions are great for standardizing orders and supply chain flow. But for too many suppliers those transactio ...
Created on 03 February 2014
16. Interconnects Are the Market
(Integration)
... s allows VANs to easily exchange EDI transactions on behalf of their clients with other VANs. This enables customers to choose the VAN that best fits their needs. It also ensures that VANs compete to ke ...
Created on 27 November 2013
17. Focus on Hubs – One ofThree Types of EDI Customers
(EDI)
... lbox. Whether they are on VANS, eCSPs or AS2, all the EDI transactions flow through one, managed connection. Through the Commercial Networking layer, each trading partner spoke maintains its own profile, al ...
Created on 20 November 2013
18. Big Data from Small Transactions
(Integration)
Cash register transactions are flowing at an ever increasing rate. Actually ‘cash register’ isn’t at all an appropriate term anymore since such a large volume of purchasing take place as credit or debit ...
Created on 24 September 2013
19. EDI Document Testing - Paying the Piper
(EDI)
... these approaches are less than helpful in several ways, but overall the testing process is a necessity if EDI transactions are to move through the supply chain without requiring manual intervention. One ...
Created on 27 August 2013
20. 8 Things To Remember When Choosing An EDI Solution
(EDI)
... r business depends on your EDI Provider’s system reliability. You don't want to be in a situation where you are trying to send out time sensitive EDI transactions such as ASN's (Advance Ship Notices)  ...
Created on 21 June 2013