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Missed Opportunities For Not Using EDI and How Easy It Is

OpportunityOpportunities abound in the retail industry; it is just a case of searching them out. Solutions and getting help are not the problem. Let's see what pops right out at us: (1) trading partner collaboration; (2) transportation management; (3) pull, don't push (4) drop-ship Read more...

Late Adopters of EDI Are Just In Time to Benefit

missing-the-trainEDI is the standard format for order processing and tracking in the retail industry. While every major retailer has adopted its use there are plenty of smaller and midsized retailers who haven’t yet got onboard. Fortunately for these companies it isn’t too late to start. Read more...

How EDI Translates Into Supply Chain Precision

efficiencyBritish poet once said, “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” However, when a mistake is made involving a multi-million dollar transaction, even a slight error could transform the most forgiving boss into an angry ogre. Read more...

EDI is More Than Just Digits

phone callsEDI is, by just about any definition, a “mature” information technology. It has a long history, with origins in the planning in the Berlin Airlift, and was used in civilian businesses since as early as 1971, when London’s Heathrow airport started to use it for cargo management. Read more...

The Unnecessary Costs Of EDI Document Errors

fixing-exe-errorsPurchase orders and a cacophony of other documents and forms that comprise your supply chain are the lifeblood of transporting your goods from suppliers to your customers. Fortunately, those documents are relatively simple and straightforward. They usually follow a standardized format and include information that has already been defined and collected. In fact, most retailers create the purchase order sent to a supplier as an EDI document via an automated function completed by the company’s ERP system.

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EDI Modifications and Updates

updateImplementing EDI, and subsequently ensuring that a company’s EDI remains compliant, almost always falls upon a company’s IT department, because all of the surface elements of EDI are directly tied to the company’s computer network. Making sure EDI actually streamlines order processing and delivery, however, requires a lot more than installing software and ensuring the network is running smoothly. Read more...

When and When not to Deviate from Standards

deviationWhat do we mean by “deviating from EDI Standards”? Experience has shown that in-place EDI Standards, coupled with adequate “Trading Partner Conventions” are a very strong and robust set of tools. The Standards are “bigger than a bread box” and hold the possibility of solving any trading partner issues that arise. Read more...

How Managed EDI Tools Offset Supply Chain Risk And Complexity

role-of-complexity-in-businessOnce we talk about a World class EDI system and couple it with risk and complexity, aren't we thinking of a Supply Chain Control Tower? The SCM control tower is the single point of contact to reduce complexity and risk. And guess what?, EDI is the glue that holds all the participants together. Read more...

Why Outsource the Onboarding Process

Onboarding-SignThe onboarding process is not your “core competence” Mr or Ms Retailer. You need to be putting your efforts into sourcing stock and improving your marketing presence and dozens of other projects. Think about outsourcing to experts where ever possible. Read more...

3 Ways To Make Onboarding Suppliers Easier

3psBuild the greatest supplier collaboration system yet, but if your suppliers don't show up and endorse it, you are nowhere. The answer is three steps to bring the suppliers onboard. Plan, Prioritize and be Proactive: the “Three P's”. Read more...

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