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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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This Global Manufacturer Has Relied on Remedi Managed EDI Services Since 1996

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 1996. The long-term relationship is an example of the flexibility and willingness to evolve with the customer’s needs.

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Are there Career Opportunities in EDI?

Posted by Charley Hughes on Apr 5, 2022 4:09 PM

For at least a decade now, many integration industry analysts and integration solution vendors have been predicting the demise of EDI. Questions about EDI’s role in the integration ecosystem have grown as more companies migrate their ERP systems to cloud-based alternatives.

Yet well into the third decade of the 21st Century, EDI remains resilient, secure, and highly compatible with other data exchange platforms. Despite 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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The Labor Market Dynamics Driving EDI Consulting

Posted by Charley Hughes on Mar 28, 2022 8:37 PM

So, here we are more than 24 months since COVID-19 shut down most of the world’s economies and hobbled supply chains in ways we’re still sorting out.

Despite supply chain snarls, lingering inflation, and volatile energy prices connected to the war in Ukraine, the U.S. economy is growing. With that expansion, the labor supply is contracting at all levels of the workforce.

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