We Won't Get Fooled Again - The Replacement of EDI

ChangesTThe economics of EDI are closely connected with the politics of the supply chain. What started as a utility for moving order information between trading partners has become at times, a battlefield over territories and processes. As different companies and groups determine the most advantageous methods for themselves, there is a normal tension between what's best for one and what's good for the overall effort. And at some point the choices can approach a tipping point at which decisions that had been historically unthinkable become more appealing than following the pressures being applied by the dominant forces. Are we approaching a tipping point? Read more...

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