B2B Data Integration and Transformation Blog

EDI Modernization

Time To Fix What’s Broken

Posted by Dave Reyburn on May 26, 2020 9:53 PM

Last week, we offered subscribers a deeper dive into a key lesson for leaving the pandemic in their rear-view mirrors with our post What Flexibility Looks Like After Covid-19. If you’re operating with legacy or close-to out of support supply chain communication and business integration tools, you’ll need to overcome functional limitations and process rigidity before you can experience flexibility in your workflows.

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Digitize or Die: A Look at the New Supply Chain Reality

Posted by Brooke Lester on May 6, 2020 4:29 PM

COVID-19 has disrupted industries as well as business-as-usual for individual firms across the world. For some firms, that impact has been positive, while others are deeply struggling. One thing has become clear, though: a digital supply chain is no longer a nice-to-have. It’s a necessity.

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Edge Out the Competition with Modern B2B Integration Super Powers

Posted by Brooke Lester on Mar 10, 2020 12:00 PM

How do you look at modern B2B integration? Is it a cost center, or is it a competitive differentiator? If you answered “competitive differentiator,” you are on the right track. In fact, some modern B2B integration experts would even consider this concept to be a superpower.

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5 Benefits of EDI for the Food and Beverage Industry

Posted by Brooke Lester on Feb 5, 2020 2:58 PM

When you think of EDI systems, there are some very obvious use cases that come to mind, such as retail. However, EDI solutions are an excellent fit in a variety of industries and verticals, and the food and beverage industry is no exception.

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How EDI Improves Traceability and Lot Tracking for the Food Industry

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jan 29, 2020 12:20 PM

The next time you put your fork to your mouth or your glass to your lips, think about where that food or drink came from. Today, we know so much more about what we consume than “it came from some factory somewhere.” That’s due to greater traceability, which is, in no small part, thanks to lot tracking.

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