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The Remedi EDI Play Chart

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Feb 9, 2023 10:27 AM

Proven Strategies for Turning Challenges into Wins

If the past three years have taught us anything about how to survive and thrive in uncertain times, number one is this. Being prepared.

To help get you ready for whatever EDI challenges your organization might face in the quarters ahead, we asked our industry experts to break down the winning plays for each scenario.

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Is Hiring Full-Time EDI Staff Your Best Move Right Now?

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Nov 7, 2022 2:10 PM

Thanks to companies playing catch up from pandemic-related bottlenecks, EDI/B2B consultants with their specialized skill sets are in high demand. But that’s only one labor challenge among many for IT managers.

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What’s on the Horizon for Gentran?

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Oct 25, 2022 12:53 PM

We’ve heard from more than one customer recently who has been told that IBM is planning to sunset currently supported versions of Gentran:Server. “Any truth to the rumor?” they asked, knowing Remedi is an IBM Gold Business Partner.

The short answer is no.

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How to Maximize the Value and Minimize the Risks from Outsourced EDI

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Sep 21, 2022 10:55 AM

Even before the pandemic threw a planet-sized wrench into global supply chains, outsourced EDI and B2B data exchange solutions made sense for multinational organizations and those with more than 500 trading partners.

Outsourced EDI is also attractive to organizations that lack the internal IT resources to manage EDI processes but whose trading partners or key accounts require EDI capabilities and processes.

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How the Remote Work Model Gives You More Options for EDI Consultants

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Aug 3, 2022 2:31 PM

Even if some managers wish it would, we can say with confidence that post-pandemic, remote work is not going away.

Pre-pandemic, according to a recent Ladders study, only 4% of jobs in the U.S. and Canada were hiring for permanent remote positions, mainly tech and sales jobs.

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