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It's a Wrap: IBM InterConnect 2017 & REMEDI Customer User Group

Posted by Scott Story on Mar 31, 2017 4:36 PM

Last week the REMEDI team wrapped up another great show at the annual IBM InterConnect Conference in Las Vegas.  The REMEDI team had a busy week connecting with REMEDI clients and prospects, IBM team reps, and executives.  A few highlights from the week included the Keynote Event speakers with Ginni Rometty & Will Smith, all the great IBM and customer led B2B sessions, and even the end of week wrap up event with the Zac Brown Band concert.  The entire week was extremely informative and fun. 

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Expanding Your Processing Ability with PVU's

Posted by Scott Story on Feb 10, 2016 4:34 PM

This year has started off with many of our customers investing in the modernization and/or expansion of their EDI and B2B Integration systems.  When we talk about upgrading and migration plans there are many factors to consider.   One of the questions customers ask me is “How do I know what I need?”

Licensing and software product sizing requirements vary by vendor and it seems like there’s always a new acronym; CPU, PVU, RVU, etc…. 

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How Does Your Data Smell?

Posted by Charley Hughes on Apr 2, 2015 2:00 PM

Two Quick Thoughts

The Issue

A popular air freshener company is moving lots of product these days by asking if we have become “Noseblind”.   Noseblindness is the phenomenon where humans become accustomed to the odors around us until we no longer recognize them, while our guests are overwhelmed by the cat’s litter box or the fish we cooked for dinner last night.     

Since none of us want to offend the sensibilities of those who visit our homes and offices, we purchase the latest plug in fragrance or aerosol freshener out of fear that others will detect the offensive odors to which we have become immune.   After all, who has the time to constantly search for things we no longer realize exist? 

The Application

Today, we live in a world where data has become nearly as ubiquitous as the air we breathe.   And, while it is easy to become overloaded and succumb to paralysis by analysis from every possible data point available, have we become equally “Data Blind” to the needs of our data integration users and stakeholders?  

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Why Did My Software Company Refer Me To A Business Partner?

Posted by Kelly Nichols on Mar 19, 2015 11:46 AM

That is a great question that we get a lot here at REMEDI.  When it comes to software companies, they are great at developing software, but are often challenged to keep up with the demand to provide ongoing follow up, deployments, and go live support.  You’re probably thinking to yourself, that doesn’t make sense because if I buy the software from the software company shouldn’t they do it all?  Install, configure, setup all my trading partners, support, and training….

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The Future Of Data Mapping

Posted by Tracy Loetz on Feb 25, 2015 2:47 PM

In my article archive, I found a blog post by Steve Keifer of OpenText | GXS from a few years back entitled The End Of Mapping (In B2B Integration).  Mr. Keifer states that maps are the most costly and most important part of a B2B Integration project.  He goes on to say that with all the artificial intelligence technology that already exists, we should be able to eliminate traditional maps and automatically map data based on intelligence and historical data.

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