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1. The Value Add Makes the VAN
(EDI)
Value-Added Networks (VANs) have been around for more than 30 years. But today’s VAN is definitely not your father’s VAN. VANs have evolved from simply being a managed network on which to exchange EDI ...
Created on 24 September 2015
2. Distributors and Technology
(News)
...  article on the Industrial Distribution site, Darrell Sterling explains how wholesale leaders are using technology to stay at the top. Read it HERE. ...
Created on 02 August 2014
3. IBM's New Automotive Connectivity Approach
(News)
Remember Covisint? If you're of a certain age and had anything to do with supplying the automotive sector back in the early part of the 21st century, you may recall fondly (well, maybe not fondly...) the ...
Created on 09 April 2014
4. Stabilizing The Supply Chain
(Supply)
... ” with Loren Data (a SuperHub), but SPS Commerce has only a “Peering agreement” with Sterling Commerce (a traditional VAN). (From an end-user standpoint there is absolutely no difference between a VAN a ...
Created on 20 December 2013
5. EDI VANs Are Undefined At Best
(EDI)
...  Canada. (2) EDI service providers (including software providers) who operated a VAN also: high incentive: Sterling Commerce (owned ORDERNET which had been started as an industry-specific VAN for drugs and h ...
Created on 13 June 2013
6. Build, Buy, or Wait? (Part 2)
(Technology)
... through a website and installed it yourself. We worked very closely with Sterling, used their consultants, attended their conferences, participated in their users’ group, had employees who were invited ...
Created on 24 April 2012
7. Build, Buy, or Wait? (Part 1)
(Technology)
...  groups. Sterling has a Chicago area group in which we participated and sponsor more across the country. Other packages may support groups as well. Some user groups are geographically focused (New England ...
Created on 24 April 2012
8. Do We Need VANs?
(Supply)
...  are available. They are a carryover from when telcomm costs were higher. Existing VANs: EasyLink (a.k.a. AT&T) , Sterling (IBM), GXS.  NuBridges and SoftShare were sold to Liaison Technologies . SAP bough ...
Created on 11 April 2012
9. Do We Need VANs?
(Retail)
...  are available. They are a carryover from when telcomm costs were higher. Existing VANs: EasyLink (a.k.a. AT&T) , Sterling (IBM), GXS.  NuBridges and SoftShare were sold to Liaison Technologies . SAP bough ...
Created on 11 April 2012
10. Connections that Might Be
(Integration)
... project management on our behalf. Interface adapters.  Many companies that sell enterprise level messaging and translation systems (ie. Sterling Integrator, Seeburger) have developed ‘adapters’ to facilitate ...
Created on 19 September 2011
11. Going Up?
(Management)
... you do, in the language and at the level that makes the most sense to your audience. For example, if you’re a mapping analyst, talking about using your Sterling Integrator translation/messaging tool and ...
Created on 18 July 2011
12. Enterprise Schedulers vs EDI Schedulers
(Integration)
... be executed from a shell / command line (certain versions of GIS/Sterling Integrator for example) and can only be executed within the scheduling system of the packages. For the EDI applications that actually ...
Created on 10 May 2011
13. Using 852 Data May Improve Your Vision
(Retail)
... capabilities, including GXS, EasyLink Services, Sterling Commerce, TIE Commerce, RedTail Solutions, ContentWorks EDI Services, DICentral and KleinSchmidt. There are also a number of software companies ...
Created on 22 April 2011
14. Is Supplier Portal really Electronic Trading
(Technology)
... state they do not have EDI capabilities. Companies like SPS Commerce, DI Central, GXS, Sterling, and others have low cost tools to support suppliers' Electronic Trading for all or some portion of data ...
Created on 14 March 2011
15. The Importance of Integration
(Integration)
... a successful business to business (B2B) endeavor; after all, islands of data and stand-alone applications have never proven otherwise. But Sterling Commerce sponsored a recent study, conducted by Forrester ...
Created on 28 January 2011
16. The Value Add is the Sweet Spot of Today’s VANs
(EDI)
Value-Added Networks (VANs) have been around for more than 30 years. But as Scott Lewis, senior product marketing manager at IBM’s Sterling Commerce puts it, “today’s VAN is definitely not your father’s ...
Created on 28 January 2011
17. EDI Transactions Tell Your Fortune
(EDI)
... ot missed because of out of stock conditions. EDI service providers including EDIFice, Inovis, SPS Commerce, and Sterling Commerce are providing various forms of data collection and analytical tools ...
Created on 26 November 2010
18. Here's to You!
(Management)
... This is the basic knowledge of how you transform data from one format to another. - *Translator*. How to make Sterling Integrator, GIS, or whatever your integration engine is do what you need it to do, ...
Created on 10 August 2010
19. Summertime Heat
(EDI)
...  points in the last issue, but there are some more fundamental issues being addressed. I posted a recap of the conference and my take on the major corporate maneuvers (IBM, Sterling Commerce, GXS, an ...
Created on 02 July 2010
20. Marlow - Back to the Future - Again
(Management)
... upplier to use their own EDI provider or VAN instead Dillard's VAN GXS. ToysRus Imports will only allow data to go through Easylink. REI just sent out a letter offering Retailer funded portal services using  ...
Created on 14 June 2010