Third-party logistics has increasingly played a major role in today’s supply chain. As 3PLs do bring numerous benefits to a business, it is important to leverage this advantage to gain a competitive. Nonetheless, this cannot be done if companies do not manage their partner’s performance. In the worst-case scenario, without proper management, your logistics operations […]
How should you go about EDI mapping? This article will act as a comprehensive guide to take you through the complexity of EDI mapping – what it is about, how it works, and what you can do to make the whole process less painful.
Wholesale companies have a lot on their plate. Managing a mountain of tasks at a time can be a nightmare. Nonetheless, with the help of EDI in wholesale, things will flow a lot smoother.
Choosing a 3PL provider is not an easy task, and rightfully so. The choice should be made based on data, strategy, and relationship.
It is also difficult to tell facts from fiction in the golden era of information that we live in. Therefore, today’s article will breathe through some of the biggest 3PL (third-party logistics) myths so you can make more confident decisions.
EDI order processing has continually played an important role in business transactions. By automating the said procedure, your organization can gain a number of significant benefits in the long run. The small improvements in seemingly normal, everyday tasks can bring about major gains.
What do you know about EDI? How well do you understand it? Are you aware of the many EDI myths that have been floating around? Let’s take a look at some of the most popular myths together and debunk them.
During the many steps of an EDI onboarding process, the last step – EDI testing – is crucial. It determines whether your onboarding process is sped up or slowed down.
A successful EDI testing will earn an EDI certification, which proves that your company is fully EDI capable and ready to take on the EDI journey.
The process of onboarding a new partner is crucial. The world we live in today – a world where most processes rely heavily on systems to trace and track data – does not go easy on delayed onboarding processes. It is far more expensive and costly than what is initially expected.
EDI technology dates back forty years ago. However, it has and continues to play a major role in a number of major industries. In the rapidly digitalized world we are living in, it is no surprise that EDI is evolving to catch up with the growing number of complex regulations and standards. This article will take a closer look at modern EDI and classic EDI.