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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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Integration Strategy Empowerment Team (ISET) vs. Integration Competency Center (ICC): What's the Difference?

Posted by Brooke Lester on Nov 20, 2019 3:40 PM

There is more than one approach to integration. When thinking about integration methodology, you want to choose the right one, but how do you know which to choose?

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Why Expanding Your EDI Capabilities Is a Business Imperative

Posted by Brooke Lester on Nov 13, 2019 4:13 PM

Can your EDI infrastructure handle the demands of today’s business environment? This is not just idle speculation – it is a question that has a significant impact on your business. If you cannot keep up, you could find yourself left behind.

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EDI Professionals: In-House or Outsourced? (+ Free Build or Buy Flowchart)

Posted by Brooke Lester on Nov 6, 2019 3:04 PM

“Do I build an EDI department, or do I go the EDI outsourcing route?” can be a tricky question to answer, especially if you are not familiar with how EDI systems work or what EDI professionals do.

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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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