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Sue AbramsScott Koegler, editor of talks with Sue Abrams about her quest to find tools to manage the transition of data between her ERP and GDSN repository.






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Sue Abrams: My name is Sue Abrams, I work for Profetti Van Melle, USA.  We make Mentos and Airheads. 

Scott Koegler: You’re here on a quest, right?

Sue Abrams: I am.  I am here on a quest.  We have SAP as our application software and we’ve published “One-Synch.”  What I’m looking for is a package in the middle that will or that will allow me to publish One-Synch without having to re-key it in.

Scott Koegler: So directly out of SAP convert into –

Sue Abrams: -- publish, yes.  I hoping -- I’m talking to all the vendors and hoping to find that package.

Scott Koegler: Have you come close yet?

Sue Abrams: Not yet.

Scott Koegler: Not yet.

Sue Abrams: Nope.

Scott Koegler: Welll, you have another day and a half.

Sue Abrams: Yes.

Scott Koegler: Anything else that’s going on in terms of technology changes in your company?

Sue Abrams: Not in terms of technology changes but one of the things I’ve found out since I’ve been here is there are things that are happening in the future with GS1 that I was not aware of that are going to impact us so I know and I can go back and try to address those issues.

Scott Koegler: Okay, and this is your first time here at the company?

Sue Abrams: It is my first time and I would highly recommend it.

Scott Koegler: Okay, great!

Sue Abrams: Thanks.

Scott Koegler: You’re welcome.

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