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1. EDIINT, VANs, But Not SaaS?
(EDI)
... nd AS3 according to the EDI Center. This leaves out an entire category of EDI solutions providers that don't categorize themselves as VANs but as SaaS EDI solutions like TrueCommerce, EasyLink, SPS Comme ...
Created on 07 July 2014
2. Where Will EDI Users Go - If VANs No Longer Interconnect?
(EDI)
... discussion groups. So what are most people going to do? One member of the online group has a few customers on SPS Commerce and he is on GXS. Since he is a vendor, he has no control to ask his customer ...
Created on 31 January 2014
3. Givers/Takers – Winners/Losers
(EDI)
... Development, for GXS recently sent a letter to an unknown number of customers, addressing a communication from SPS Commerce regarding the termination of the GXS-Loren Data interconnect. SPS aparently believes ...
Created on 13 January 2014
4. Improved AS2
(EDI)
... et big HUBs interested and service providers like SPS Commerce interested and things would move. Lest we forget, AS2 would not be where it is today if it weren't for WalMart. Let's all pull together to ...
Created on 27 December 2013
5. Stabilizing The Supply Chain
(Supply)
... t for directory services in a way such that VANs would need to transparently share their routing tables Agree on a standard for interconnection. For example, SPS Commerce (a VAN2) has a “transit agreemen ...
Created on 20 December 2013
6. ECSP's, the 3rd Type of EDI Customer
(EDI)
... such as SPS Commerce. Can be referred to as a “VAN2” if it moves EDI messages over the Internet. Let's characterize the three types of EDI customers: Hubs; Spokes; Ecommerce Service Providers (ECSP).  ...
Created on 02 December 2013
7. Focus on Hubs – One ofThree Types of EDI Customers
(EDI)
...  called VAS (value added services) such as SPS Commerce. EDI data has historically been exchanged between business partners through value-added network services (VANS), employing a simple hub-and-spok ...
Created on 20 November 2013
8. Is the Battle Over?
(Blogs)
... be all XML, but as more companies hand off their transactions to 3rd parties like SPS Commerce, more will move to the XML side of the ledger. It’s always interesting to take a fresh look at this topic ...
Created on 26 February 2013
9. Let's End Manual Data Entry!
(EDI)
... an idea of potential expenses, find a vendor via Google search or check with our sponsor, SPS Commerce (www.spscommerce.com) to discuss their services and pricing. So, integration would improve finances, ...
Created on 27 December 2012
10. Logistics Trends
(Logistics)
... chain and information technology,’’ says Pamela Gabor, group manager, Logistics Sales, at SPS Commerce. There’s no secret sauce for doing this; it all boils down to having the right technology in place. ...
Created on 05 December 2012
11. E-Commerce Data Feeds - What's Expected
(EDI)
... erce work for you, but it takes more of the hard work you've already put into the company you founded. While clear "best practices" are emerging, according to Mike Carlson, Manager of Partner Sales for SPS Co ...
Created on 30 October 2012
12. Labeling Still a Barrier in Some Areas
(Supply)
... the file and then brings it back to the packer, explains Chris Beukenkamp, managing director, Asia, for SPS Commerce. “We have the internet everywhere but you’re lucky if a factory has a single internet ...
Created on 23 October 2012
13. Sharing Data Delivers Success
(Integration)
... intelligence, at SPS Commerce.   There are two types of data that need to be shared, Hubbard says, such as how is vendor performing from an operational perspective: are they shipping complete orders, ...
Created on 27 September 2012
14. Sharing Data Delivers Success
(Retail)
... intelligence, at SPS Commerce.   There are two types of data that need to be shared, Hubbard says, such as how is vendor performing from an operational perspective: are they shipping complete orders, ...
Created on 27 September 2012
15. Sharing Data Delivers Success
(Supply)
... intelligence, at SPS Commerce.   There are two types of data that need to be shared, Hubbard says, such as how is vendor performing from an operational perspective: are they shipping complete orders, ...
Created on 27 September 2012
16. E-Commerce here to Stay!
(EDI)
... en different with this conference was the lack of Retailers and/or maybe the typical tracks that were Retail specific. One of the sessions that stuck out to me was the one that Scott Bolduc from SPS Comme ...
Created on 20 September 2012
17. POS Data Sharing – Could the new Merchant Customer Exchange Spur Retailers to Share More with Suppliers?
(Retail)
... SPS Commerce estimates as many as 120 retailers have implemented collaborative programs in which they share store-level sales data, inventory data, and margin information. Drug retailers and grocers have ...
Created on 11 September 2012
18. POS Data Sharing – Could the new Merchant Customer Exchange Spur Retailers to Share More with Suppliers?
(Retail)
... SPS Commerce estimates as many as 120 retailers have implemented collaborative programs in which they share store-level sales data, inventory data, and margin information. Drug retailers and grocers have ...
Created on 11 September 2012
19. POS Data Sharing – Could the new Merchant Customer Exchange Spur Retailers to Share More with Suppliers?
(Retail)
Point of sale (POS) data has long been the domain of the retailer that collects it. It hasn’t always available – in detail, anyway – to manufacturers and suppliers that could use the data for such things ...
Created on 11 September 2012
20. Outbound Shipment Tracking Can Save You
(Supply)
... on routing and have no need for receiving data within their own systems for this,” says Scott Bolduc, senior supply chain strategist at SPS Commerce, a provider of on-demand supply chain management products. ...
Created on 23 August 2012