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1. Advanced EDI Documents You Should Be Using
(EDI)
The first one is a bit silly. 95% of all EDI users are spokes and they use what their hubs tell them to use. So the only companies that this can possibly apply to are Hubs. But perhaps there is a little ...
Created on 10 August 2015
2. Sharing POS Data Can Deliver Benefits to Retailers
(Integration)
... this data into purchase orders for the suppliers (the Spokes). What about instead passing along the POS data to the suppliers and in fact, let them write their own purchase order. The Spoke knows their ...
Created on 04 May 2015
3. Electronic Invoicing Is Hot In Chile
(Management)
... the Chilean Head of Taxpayer Support and Assistance and IRS spokesperson of that country’s e-invoicing program calls his nation’s electronic invoicing system among the world’s most successful. Ricardo ...
Created on 30 January 2015
4. Spokes, the 2nd Type of EDI Customer
(EDI)
... have stagnated. Our answer is to turn “Spokes” into “Hubs”. Currently, the “Hub” realizes benefits; the “Spoke” does not. Why can't a Spoke become a Hub and trade electronically with lower-tier supplier ...
Created on 04 December 2013
5. ECSP's, the 3rd Type of EDI Customer
(EDI)
Ecommerce Service Providers (ECSP) are a “hybrid” with high turnover rate, deal with all implementation guides, and amount to a “Hub of Spokes”). An ECSP is what we previously called VAS (value added services) ...
Created on 02 December 2013
6. Interconnects Are the Market
(Integration)
... : “EDI VANS are Undefined At Best”. The answer is... NOBODY. Below is a chart showing how properly connected interconnects work.  Note that many Spokes are on different VANs than is their Hub. When the ...
Created on 27 November 2013
7. Focus on Hubs – One ofThree Types of EDI Customers
(EDI)
... out to their trading partners and request those partners to trade electronically. Let's characterize the three types of EDI customers:  (1) Hubs (2) Spokes (low turnover of trading partners but highe ...
Created on 20 November 2013
8. Do We Need VANs?
(Supply)
...  documents and communicate these “implementations” to their trading partners (spokes). The problem was each one was different and ultimately a huge burden and expense for the spokes to implement. Frankly ...
Created on 11 April 2012
9. Do We Need VANs?
(Retail)
...  documents and communicate these “implementations” to their trading partners (spokes). The problem was each one was different and ultimately a huge burden and expense for the spokes to implement. Frankly ...
Created on 11 April 2012