Cecil T. Wulfe

Cecil T. Wulfe

Cecil in Cinci

At the next table, enjoying their "4-ways," I overheard two locals  discussing an online job posting, and wondering if it would affect their own jobs. The recruiting ad was from Computer Sciences Corporation, looking for programmer analysts that "Will provide production support, break fix, and enhancements for all EDI for Kroger. " Read more...

Testing Cecil's Patience

But back to my point... and back to New Jersey. I've received calls from several of you describing a troubling policy that you're coping with regarding testing fees and locked-in service providers. If I sound like I'm on my soapbox again, maybe I am, but its for your benefit. Read more...

Introducing Cecil

Speaking of regressive tactics... I got another email forwarded to me from one of Brookshire Grocery Company's suppliers outlining Brookshire's new EDI testing fees.  In my experience, testing fees are counterproductive and the process usually ends up delaying implementation. Besides, charging each supplier $150 for the "right" to accept purchase orders and send invoices is silly.  Of course, if you have a captive audience of 1,000 suppliers and an opportunity to bring in an extra $150 grand, you might bend to the temptation too, but I know you're stronger than that. Read more...

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