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1. You Built It. They Came…..Now What?
If you build it, they will come…..this famous line has many origins - Field of Dreams movie, possible Teddy Roosevelt quote, thought to be a Jewish proverb.  This line is also a gateway into our industry.  ...
Created on 20 June 2012
2. Managing Translation Maps: A Philosophical Question
...  While I can’t claim that EDI mapping causes one to question one’s own existence as Hamlet did (although at times it can be the cause of you questioning your sanity), there are definite parallels. In this ...
Created on 13 June 2012
3. SAP and EDI- A Good Combo
Since it's likely that a relatively high percentage of our readers interface with SAP in their processes, I thought the article "SAP EDI Mapping: An IDoc for Every Interface" might be helpful. Re ...
Created on 23 February 2012
4. XML or EDI… Is There a Choice?
... only capable of doing EDI mapping, the transaction chain was straightforward, and the customer was able to do both EDI and XML, then we used good old X.12 EDI. Lastly, don’t forget to take your partners’ ...
Created on 27 October 2011
5. SaaS vs Managed Services; The ARE Different
... eed support resources. This will likely be Technology resources for the interfaces, creating the EDI mapping  within the EDI software. 5.       You'll need Business resources. For many that means a Bus ...
Created on 29 August 2011
6. EDI and ERP
...  a few pilot / test partners for your new EDI mappings (from your new ERP *test* database). So, batches of trading partners should be moved over to the new (test) system, get tested and can go live whe ...
Created on 14 July 2011