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1. Have You Connected the Dots Yet?
(Management)
Let’s have some fun with math. What EDI translator does your company use? For that matter, what ERP, 3PL, or other service is on your short list? Next, how many trading partners do you have? And finally, ...
Created on 17 November 2016
2. OpenText Plans
(News)
... they're going.It's not your father's EDI translator company anymore, that's for sure. Check out Bob's analysis on the Supply Chain Matters site HERE. ...
Created on 10 August 2016
3. Your EDI App
(EDI)
... and the changes that need to be incorporated into translators to make processes flow properly. For most EDI practitioners, their roles are fairly well defined and fit well with established concepts. But ...
Created on 22 March 2016
4. Integration in the B2B World
(Integration)
Let’s have some fun with math. What EDI translator does your company use? For that matter, what ERP, 3PL, or other service is on your short list? Next, how many trading partners do you have? And finally, ...
Created on 26 January 2016
5. Your EDI Payments - Exposed
(EDI)
... ucts' speed to the selling floor improves substantially. Integration through an EDI translator or through one of these 3rd Party EDI providers is the best for all parties to share in the costs of EDI e ...
Created on 09 November 2015
6. Outsourcing EDI Is The Way To Go, Says Expert
(Management)
... supply chain known as EDI, outsourcing those efforts is the most economical way of doing business, says Davis. “Computers can’t read EDI. They require a translator or an intermediary piece of software ...
Created on 05 October 2015
7. Solidify Your Order to Cash with ERP/EDI Integration
(Integration)
... ules of the standard you are using.   These rules define exactly where and how each piece of information in the document will be found. That way, when the EDI translator on the receiving computer  ...
Created on 24 August 2015
8. When and When Not To Deviate From Standards
(Industry Updates)
... en my experience that (M)andatory is used to mean the X12 standards demand it (and therefore also commercial translators)... (R)equired has been used more by the trading partner to mean that WE REQUIRE ...
Created on 30 July 2015
9. EDI Modifications and Updates
(EDI)
... to be out of compliance. The IT department’s biggest tasks after installing EDI, therefore, are to properly install and maintain EDI translator programs that fits the customers’ setups. It must also ...
Created on 08 June 2015
10. Sharing POS Data Can Deliver Benefits to Retailers
(Integration)
...  (remember that this is a 'standard' EDI file) requires translators to derive a common set of data. For those reasons it makes sense for retailers to provide their output data to consolidation services th ...
Created on 04 May 2015
11. Explanation of EDI and How It Came To Be
(EDI)
... ns.” “EDI Managers/Directors/Supervisors: I think this is a great time in one’s career to step up to the plate. Prove that you do more than run your dad’s old EDI translator and have a big picture vi ...
Created on 13 March 2015
12. What's Visibility Mean to You?
(Blogs)
... beginning to end. For example, for an outbound document we’d want to see it tracked from the ERP module, through our interface, into our translator, in its interchange on the way to the VAN, at the VAN, ...
Created on 15 September 2014
13. Bigger is Not Always Better – Exploring EDI Solutions
(EDI)
... st decision for the short and long term. EDI solutions today include the traditional translator/software ownership, sourcing to a third party to translate or using a web based application.  This just conv ...
Created on 27 January 2014
14. BOTS - An Open Source EDI Tool
(EDI)
... I am truly impressed. I have worked with nearly all the “Big Five” EDI translators (IBM Data Interchange, Gentran (many flavors), GXS, TrustedLink Enterprise (when it was Harbinger) and Mercator) and ...
Created on 12 September 2013
15. A Kill Switch for X12
(EDI)
... to say that the costs are relatively minor. But most commercial translator vendors, or those larger entities that create and maintain their own applications, purchase the table data for as much as $19,000. ...
Created on 02 July 2013
16. Focus on Functionality
(Technology)
... storage won’t eliminate the need to address changes in volume, but it makes it much easier and more cost effective to do so. Or maybe you’ve outgrown your on-premises EDI translator. Rather than putting ...
Created on 29 May 2013
17. Is the Battle Over?
(Blogs)
... dominant partner. Software vendors peddle integration tools that are truly any-to-any, meaning translator limitations based on document format are things of the past. A major technology trend that may ...
Created on 26 February 2013
18. What Is EDI? - A Definition and History
(EDI)
... ns.” EDI Managers/Directors/Supervisors: I think this is a great time in one’s career to step up to the plate. Prove that you do more than run your dad’s old EDI translator and have a big picture vi ...
Created on 17 February 2013
19. Automate to Reduce Your Supply Chain Costs
(Blogs)
... up resources? An obvious approach for this problem is to identify the error types and use the capabilities of your technical staff and translator (if you do on-premises EDI) or your technology partner ...
Created on 06 February 2013
20. Think About Making a Change
(News)
Navdeep Sidhu has an idea about another resolution you ought to consider for your 2013 list.Could it finally be the year you'll do something about those old systems running your B2B transactions? Read ...
Created on 14 January 2013