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This Global Manufacturer Has Relied on Remedi Managed EDI Services Since 1994

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Apr 28, 2022 2:58 PM

This global building products maker serving commercial and residential customers has been a Fortune 500 company for more than half a century—and a Remedi client since 1994. The long-term relationship is an example of the flexibility and willingness to evolve with the customer’s needs.

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In Hard Times, IT Leaders Look for Easy Solutions

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Nov 16, 2020 3:42 PM

This is the third installment in our three-part series, “Integrationists Wanted.” The series examines the essential role EDI, MFT, EAI, and API specialists can play in helping to create value and competitive advantage for companies and organizations in an era of economic disruption.

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Solve C-Suite Pain Points with B2B Modernization

Posted by Brooke Lester on Oct 28, 2020 11:39 AM

If you’re trying to make the case for an investment in modern EDI, you need to know how to convince the C-suite that this is a worthy investment. How do you do that?

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IBM APIs for Dummies

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jul 22, 2020 4:53 PM

This IBM limited edition e-book helps you learn the basics of application programming interfaces (APIs), including:

  • What an API is—and what it’s not
  • What it means to manage an API
  • How to recognize good API design
  • The primary business and IT agendas that lead to API adoption
  • How APIs fit into integration middleware
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New Tools for New Rules

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Jun 2, 2020 1:26 PM

Last week, we shared with subscribers a fuller discussion around one of the five enduring lessons for the future of supply chain management post Covid-19 in Time To Fix What’s Broken. Where the previous installment in our series explored the pain and risks of relying on last century’s EDI and integration tools, this post will explain strategies and tools built for commerce in a century marked by sudden, sweeping disruption and changing demand patterns that demand agility and speed from companies who want to remain relevant.

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