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Why EDI Is More Essential Than Ever (Even If You Can’t See It)

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Mar 25, 2020 5:24 PM

For many in America’s workforce, especially those who work in a sector such as retail apparel or sit-down dining, the economy has come to a standstill. Our hearts go out to them, and we urge you to do what you can to support these employees and companies during this time.

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How Will COVID-19 Impact Your Supply Chain?

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Mar 2, 2020 3:35 PM

No one can say yet what the new coronavirus, COVID-19, will cost the world in loss of life and value.

What’s clear is that the virus is spreading more rapidly than previous global health threats, and that it will likely create supply chain challenges for manufacturers of all sizes in virtually all industries. 

Since this blog was first published on March 2, 2020, COVID-19 has exploded around the world. Widespread adoption of social distancing-- a term most of us had never heard until a few weeks ago-- has upended the global economy and daily life in ways no one could have imagined in February. 

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Five Reasons You Need an EDI Software Asset Management Strategy Now

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Nov 25, 2019 12:07 PM

Done right, license management can be a source of operational excellence with bottom line benefits. Software license management can also be a significant source of value. And by value, we mean the tangible, measurable kind of value the CFO likes.

Because with organizations looking more and more to IT and enterprise software such as EDI and business integration applications to help them survive against global competition, it's a good bet your plate's going to be overflowing in the months ahead.

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Global Building Products Manufacturer Relies on 25-Year Partner REMEDI to Meet Evolving EDI Needs

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Nov 4, 2019 4:34 PM

The Challenge

This maker of building products for commercial and residential customers has been a Fortune 500 company for 65 consecutive years—and a REMEDI client since 1994. During that time, the client has relied on consultants from Columbus, Ohio-based REMEDI to manage, monitor, and maintain an EDI environment built on the IBM® Sterling Gentran: Server for Unix platform.

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