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1. How The Global Logistics Software Market Is Growing Significantly – And What This Means
(Logistics)
... intuitive and easy to use, the Route4Me platform allows customers to create, share, manage, track and drive optimized routes in a matter of seconds using the company’s web-browser software-as-a-service ...
Created on 31 October 2017
2. Privacy Policy
(Uncategorised)
... ion on our server logs from your browser, including your IP address, Internet connection speed, Internet connection duration, and Real Media and Windows Media player information. This is done in conjunc ...
Created on 18 July 2017
3. Why VANs are Important to the Transportation/3PL Industry
(Logistics)
... standards are defined through Applicability Statements using AS1, AS2 or AS3. AS2 is the most common and defines the standards for sending files using HTTP (web browser). The name of the game is data, ...
Created on 06 August 2015
4. 3 Ways To Make Onboarding Suppliers Easier
(EDI)
... e Suppliers: Most important information to get from them is the type and version of browsers they are using. Onboarding of suppliers using supported browsers should occur first. Now work with the remaini ...
Created on 17 April 2015
5. Cloud and EDI – The IT “Bonne Chance”
(Integration)
...  online that are accessed from another Web service or software like a Web browser, while the software and data are stored on servers. Cloud computing becomes important when you think about what IT alway ...
Created on 11 February 2015
6. What If You Are A New/First-time EDI User?
(EDI)
... ic permissions allow you full control over who has access to your data Cross-platform: Works on both Mac and PC and your choice of browser: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Chrome Document associati ...
Created on 21 June 2013
7. What Can Supply Chain Management Learn From On-Line Video Games
(Supply)
...  of Warcraft. The first two provide lots of other services like music and videos. Xbox Live even goes beyond. They have email (branded HotMail), search (Bing), and an Internet browser.  Their aim is t ...
Created on 27 November 2012
8. Go For Remote
(Supply)
...  browser and mobile data in sync; remote device management including with auto logout and locking; clear policy on how content is managed and accessed in the organization; centralized security, password/permissio ...
Created on 14 August 2012
9. Go For Remote
(Logistics)
...  browser and mobile data in sync; remote device management including with auto logout and locking; clear policy on how content is managed and accessed in the organization; centralized security, password/permissio ...
Created on 14 August 2012
10. The EDI Mandate Letter
(Supply)
...  options will be to do ‘traditional EDI’, which would involve the purchase of hardware and software as well as the development of EDI expertise, or to use a 3rd party (someone like SPS) that offers a browser-base ...
Created on 21 June 2012
11. The EDI Mandate Letter
(Retail)
...  options will be to do ‘traditional EDI’, which would involve the purchase of hardware and software as well as the development of EDI expertise, or to use a 3rd party (someone like SPS) that offers a browser-base ...
Created on 21 June 2012
12. Product Data is Sweet Spot for Multichannel Retailers
(Retail)
... to their systems. Catalogs and data can be loaded and updated by using an online form or uploading a spreadsheet via a web browser, or by sending SPS an 832 EDI document. The solution supports multiple ...
Created on 20 June 2012
13. What supply-chain decision-makers ought to know about HTML5
(Logistics)
... ared little if anything with the corresponding application for a Windows machine. This contrasts with "Web applications", where an end user accesses functionality by navigating a conventional Web brow ...
Created on 12 June 2012
14. eInvoicing: The Upside Down Cloud Application
(Technology)
... says. “The traditional one-to-one relationship without the cloud model assumes the seller of goods is the entity that will produce the commercial invoice,’’ via a web browser, he says. E-invoicing has ...
Created on 05 March 2012
15. eInvoicing: The Upside Down Cloud Application
(Retail)
... supplier, Jetter says. “The traditional one-to-one relationship without the cloud model assumes the seller of goods is the entity that will produce the commercial invoice,’’ via a web browser, he says. ...
Created on 05 March 2012
16. 2012 year of Collaboration
(Integration)
... ata. No more need for managing a multitude of Excel Spreadsheets and pivot tables but full browser based tools with pre-built dashboards. Forecast and POS data are  perfect examples of cloud based anal ...
Created on 14 February 2012
17. Managing Order Updates
(EDI)
...  verses trying to do this yourselves. Many use a browser based application that can be used like a report you would create yourself at a pretty low entry cost.      ...
Created on 21 November 2011
18. Is an EDI ROI Just For Retailers, Grocers and Distributors?
(EDI)
... manage the manual mailing of invoices. Lastly, from a general perspective, suppliers are agreeable to standardizing electronic trading with their customer. So while some may be using a browser based syste ...
Created on 10 October 2011
19. EDI POS 852 Data: Clouds and External Applications
(Retail)
... applications can include interfaces and features that may be difficult to achieve in a web browser. Our cloud-based software offers pervasive access from the road, home and remote offices. Until of course ...
Created on 25 August 2011
20. EDI ROI Confusion
(EDI)
... or web-browser EDI provider services would provide value if there is data entry still required. My response is that in a perfect environment, every player gets value from an automated process. However ...
Created on 08 August 2011