Companies that rely on EDI data often ask how they can receive alerts to detect trading partner changes.
Some address these challenges by creating custom code while others manually review all purchase orders and invoices. However, both options are time consuming and can detract attention from other essential business tasks.
In addition to helping manage your EDI data, your EDI solutions provider also should offer tools and applications to help you do more with your EDI system, like fact check invoices and purchase orders. For example, 1 EDI Source recently introduced its Business Sense Module. This module actively monitors trading partner purchase orders and invoices and compares new versus old transaction details. The user is immediately notified as soon as the module detects a discrepancy. Applications like Business Sense can save you time and money.
Protect your business by keeping a close eye on these four purchase order and invoice changes typically made by trading partners. Read More
The 1 EDI Source electronic data interchange (EDI) web software supports Lakeview Center’s improved productivity and process efficiency by providing a “manage by exception” system that operates optimally without human interaction.
About Lakeview Center Inc.
Lakeview Center Inc. is a network of behavioral health, vocational and child protective services. These services address a broad spectrum of human needs, reflecting a longstanding commitment to helping people overcome life’s challenges. The Florida-based organization offers more than 50 treatment and vocational programs to provide solutions for children, teens, adults and seniors. Lakeview Center is an affiliate of Baptist Health Care, the largest, non-governmental employer in northwest Florida.
The 1 EDI Source electronic data interchange (EDI) web-based application helps Status Men’s Accessories cut redundancy across business processes and save time.
Status Men’s is one of the first clients to use EDI/PX™ since its official launch in August 2012.
About Status Men’s Accessories
Status Men’s is a wholesale company that sells cuff links, ties, jewelry, wallets and other accessories to retail stores including national chain K&G Stores.
For years, Status Men’s relied on a retail management system (RMS) to assist with handling purchase orders as well as tracking and managing inventory. The company’s staff spent countless hours manually inputting customer, inventory and point of sale data as well as creating and printing shipping labels.
Top Tips from 1 EDI Source to Help Automotice Suppliers Choose the Right EDI Solution
This article also is available on info.algorithminc.com where 1 EDI Source appeared as a guest blogger.
In our previous blog, we provided some guidelines to automotive suppliers on how to become compliant with electronic data interchange (EDI) standards established by their trading partners. Today, we’ll dig deeper and discuss tips on finding an EDI application that meets not only your needs, but also your trading partners’ requirements. We’ll highlight trading partner, Ford Motor Company, for the purposes of this discussion.
Ford first used EDI standards in the mid-1980s. Since that time, EDI has become a standard application in the automotive industry. Today, Ford requires Tier 1 suppliers and their suppliers to be EDI capable. What does it mean to be EDI capable?
1 EDI Source Helps Status Mens With EDI/PX Solution
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
1 EDI Source, Inc., a leading provider of electronic data interchange (EDI) software and outsourcing solutions, today announces that Status Men’s Accessories (Status Men’s) reports a significant increase in productivity after implementing the newly released 1 EDI Source EDI web-based application, Partner Exchange (EDI/PX™). Status Men’s, a Northeast Ohio wholesale retailer, is one of the first clients to use EDI/PX since its official launch in August 2012.
Status Men’s began searching for a new EDI system after expanding its business to include Coronet Jewelry. As a result of the expansion, the company needed a simple to use EDI tool that could meet its growing transaction demands. The company chose to use the 1 EDI Source EDI web-based application because it offered the flexibility and robustness of a sophisticated EDI software system, without the complexity.
“The greatest benefit of 1 EDI Source’s solution is that it has helped us increase productivity by eliminating redundant and time-consuming manual data entry,” said Beth Strobel, office manager, Status Men’s. “Before using EDI/PX, we spent countless hours manually pulling and printing purchase orders and invoices, but now we have significantly decreased that time; allowing us to focus on other business tasks.”
1 EDI Source and Cadre Technologies Strategic Partnership
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
1 EDI Source, Inc., a leading provider of electronic data interchange (EDI) software and outsourcing solutions, adds Cadre Technologies (Cadre) to its distinguished list of partners.
Under the agreement, Cadre will offer 1 EDI Source’s EDI software, integration and mapping services as part of its warehouse management systems.
Cadre’s innovative Cadence Enterprise Logistics software suite automates companies’ warehouse and fulfillment management processes. With this software, businesses can manage the full spectrum of activities, assets and facilities – in the warehouse, on the Internet and in transit.