Tuesday, September 10, 2013
1 EDI Source is more than happy to pick up the slack. Solon company is expanding, thanks in part to two of its competitors shifting focus.
1 EDI Source has spent the past three years trying to fill a void. In 2010, two competing companies that make electronic data interchange software — products that help companies sift through digital data they get from their business partners and funnel it into their computer systems — were acquired by larger companies.
All of the sudden, 1 EDI no longer had to fight them for customers and started winning more business, said CEO John Onysko.
As a result, the company has been on a hiring spree. Today, 1 EDI employs 90 people, up from roughly 50 in 2009, when the company moved to Solon from Kent.
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