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Articles by Dave McCray

Dave McCray

Dave has been an EDI and Integration consultant with REMEDI for 17 years. He has worked with one client during that time and has focused on Gentran mapping using the visual mapper as well as the AI mapper taking business documents between X12/EDIFACT and the SAP IDOC structure. His experience also encompasses trading partner enabling as well as UNIX scripting.


5 Reasons One Company Has Partnered With REMEDI

Posted by Dave McCray on Aug 14, 2019 4:59 PM

REMEDI has been in business for 25 years now. I'm glad to say that I've been part of the REMEDI team for 22 of those years. From the time I started at REMEDI until now I have been working with only one client.

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Taking the First Step to Modernization

Posted by Dave McCray on Aug 20, 2015 1:51 PM


My team and I just finished working on a project converting 150 maps from GENTRAN visual to AI. This was first presented to our team months ago as a project that was not time sensitive. We worked on it when we had time, but it often got pushed back as more urgent issues and projects came up.

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5 Hindrances To Your EDI Team's Progress

Posted by Dave McCray on Jun 16, 2015 11:00 AM


Not unlike most consultants, my EDI career has been challenging at times.  I've been in EDI for over 20 years and continue to see the same issues no matter what company I am working at.  Listed below are my top 5 roadblocks to an EDI team's progress.

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Necessary Evils: EDI Disaster Recovery

Posted by Dave McCray on Feb 3, 2015 3:23 PM


It’s that time of the year once again where people start thinking about their taxes. Not a pleasant activity but a necessary one. This brings to mind an annual event that my client undertakes but in my opinion is like doing your taxes, not a whole lot of fun. I’m talking about the annual disaster recovery test (DRT).

For those of you that have ever been part of a DRT you know what I mean! It’s a process that may seem like a waste of time if it never gets used but well worth the time if you do need to execute it.

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Work - Life Balance

Posted by Dave McCray on Oct 10, 2014 3:50 PM


My entire career has been in the IT world. For the most part very structured and orderly. From my beginning as an application programmer to my current role as an EDI Analyst I've had to follow disciplined rules in order to reach the desired results. These rules have helped me establish a good work - life balance.

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