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How the Remote Work Model is Expanding Consulting Opportunities for EDI Specialists

Posted by Charley Hughes on Sep 16, 2022 1:14 PM

Even if some managers wish it would, we can say with confidence that post-pandemic, remote work is not going away. At least, not for “knowledge workers.”

The pandemic forced companies of all sizes—including ours—to ask, can we work remotely as effectively?

The answer was yes—especially for IT and tech roles.

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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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Before You Hire an EDI Consulting Firm, Ask These Five Questions

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Jul 26, 2022 2:09 PM

With supply chains still not flowing with the efficiency and visibility today’s globally connected economy demands, our clients are telling us they need EDI consultants at all levels who can jump in with minimal supervision.

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What Do EDI Consultants Do and Why are They in Demand?

Posted by Dave Reyburn on Jul 19, 2022 2:35 PM

During the pandemic, EDI professionals and the technology they support kept the wheels on the economy and supply chains moving—and still do. In fact, even in the face of newer technologies such as APIs, 78% of all electronic B2B sales are done via EDI. This equates to more than $7 trillion in annual sales.

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How EDI Professionals Can Add Value in a Tight Labor Market

Posted by Charley Hughes on May 18, 2022 2:06 PM

Despite current labor shortages creating something of a tilted playing field for EDI professionals, even companies who urgently need a variety of roles are looking for more than warm bodies.

With backlogs to clear and trading partners to onboard, companies tell us they need specialists who can make an impact with minimal supervision.

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