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eCo Specification Bridges E-commerce Language Barrier
The eCo specification from CommerceNet will help E-commerce sites find each other and determine each other's E-commerce standards and trading practices.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: eCo Specification Bridges E-commerce Language Barrier eCo Specification Bridges E-commerce Language Barrier D. Geller - December 8, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary CommerceNet, an industry working group focused on E-commerce, has issued a specification for a protocol that can be used to increase interoperability between E-commerce partners. The specification, dubbed eCo, defines the ways that businesses post information about themselves. Using eCo, a business could post a description of itself in a
12/8/1999

Secure Transport of EDI and XML for Trading Exchanges
IPNet Solutions adds support for the AS2 security standard to its product suite. IPNet builds products to link marketplace partners who use different data formats.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: Secure Transport of EDI and XML for Trading Exchanges Secure Transport of EDI and XML for Trading Exchanges D. Geller - August 3, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - August 3, 2000 Event Summary IPNet Solutions, Inc. specializes in solving the dirty little secret of e-commerce: having different data formats at different partner sites is a significant barrier to business success. IPNet s software provides a hub through which messages to and from partners and the exchange pass; inside the hub IPNet s products do
8/3/2000

EDI versus. XML--Working in Tandem Rather Than Competing?
Electronic data interchange (EDI), extensible markup language (XML) , and any other format are merely

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: EDI versus. XML--Working in Tandem Rather Than Competing? EDI versus. XML--Working in Tandem Rather Than Competing? P.J. Jakovljevic - March 5, 2004 Read Comments EDI History Since electronic data interchange (EDI ) has earned a reputation as a complex, rigid, and expensive means of business document and data exchange among trading partners, one would expect it to be relegated as a relic of a bygone era. In the computer business, where new technologies can come and go almost overnight, EDI should have
3/5/2004

Microsoft Joins XML Specification Committee for Financials
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MFST) has joined the Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) committee to help launch an XML-based standard for translating financial reports between applications. Formerly known as the Extensible Financial Reporting Markup Language (XFRML), the language should allow companies to use the Internet to exchange financial reports.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: format such as a credit report or loan document. Market Impact Anytime Microsoft joins a standards committee, significant acceptance in the user community is ensured. However, customers should be wary of Microsoft s tendency to make proprietary extensions to the standards to create barriers to entry to other vendors. XML is providing a number of methods to facilitate vertical applications to customers, and the Object Management Group (OMG) has moved strongly in this direction. This move by Microsoft
5/2/2000

ABAS Ibérica


EDI SPECIFICATION 850: TABAS Ibérica is the ABAS partner for Spain and Portugal and is offering their services for this territory since 2000.

Rewrite or Wrap-Around Old Software? Part One: Event Summary
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface (UI)/presentation, and the platform support. It is going to determine whether a product is going to endure, whether it will scale to a large number of users, and whether it will be able to incorporate emerging technologies, all in order to accommodate increasingly evolving user requirements.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: for the small and medium discrete manufacturers. The rapid pace of global business nowadays places a unique set of challenges on all enterprises looking to improve and automate their operations, and at the same time, remain poised to adapt quickly to change. With increased competition, globalization, and mergers and acquisition activity, enterprise software buyers increasingly realize that product architecture plays a key role in how quickly vendors can implement, maintain, expand/customize, and
6/7/2004

The RIM 957 ~ Probably Your Next Pager (and a Whole Lot More.)
RIM’s primary focus is wireless e-mail, which has evolved into a mission critical application for most users over the past several years, leading to tremendous success for RIM’s 850 and 950 versions of their wireless Blackberry e-mail device line.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: first is through desktop redirection of e-mail and the second and more preferable option is to integrate the product with Microsoft s Exchange Server 5.5. In the first scenario Desktop Redirection , the end users computer must be constantly on and constantly connected in order to send and receive e-mails on the 950 and 957 Blackberries. The solution is good for small offices with desktop systems which usually remain on anyway. For roaming users, or laptop users a more advanced scenario is highly
7/10/2000

Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRSPart Four: Market Impact
While owing to a number of similar products and to former competition between the merging parties this merger has a merit of growth by acquisition in a slow growing (or even declining) EDI-VAN market, the merger of Inovis and QRS may well emphasize some interesting dynamics within the retail market segment.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: (GTIN) has been established. EDI is a standard data format for electronic data communication between businesses such as retailers and suppliers, whereby documents in EDI-standard format can be sent over a proprietary network (i.e., VAN) or over the Internet. A sort of an irony here might be that, since EDI has earned a reputation of a complex, rigid, and expensive means of business document and data exchange among trading partners, one would expect it to be relegated to a relic of a bygone era. Yet,
11/19/2004

Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRSPart One: Event Notes
The termination of QRS' merger with JDA Software opened a window of opportunity for business commerce automation provider Inovis to acquire QRS, indicating a potential shift in its traditional strategy of B2B e-commerce connectivity (i.e., to drive its offerings well behind the enterprise firewalls).

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: Statement 2 (AS2) Internet-based EDI standard, Fortune 100 companies reportedly face many intricate connectivity and network integration issues as their trading partner networks expand with the influx of business partners. Namely, many large retailers must support multiple users, while coordinating high-transaction volumes. As retail trading hubs grow, it becomes increasingly difficult for organizations to monitor the activity of each member connected to the real-time trading community, as well as each
11/16/2004

Automotive Parts Suppliers Case Study
Logo Business Solutions’ enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, Unity, was implemented by several automotive parts manufacturers and suppliers. Unity’s ability to integrate with electronic data interchange (EDI) helped these companies better handle purchasing, planning, production, invoicing, reporting, and sales. Learn more about the features and functions of Unity ERP.

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: with electronic data interchange (EDI) helped these companies better handle purchasing, planning, production, invoicing, reporting, and sales. Learn more about the features and functions of Unity ERP. Automotive Parts Suppliers Case Study style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Discrete Manufacturing,   Manufacturing Execution System (MES),   Material Management,   Bill of Material Management (BOM)/Configuration Management,
11/16/2007 4:43:00 PM

IQMS Prospers by Helping Enterprises Work Smarter
IQMS has certainly succeeded in helping hundreds of midsized plastic processors and other repetitive manufacturers increase their

EDI SPECIFICATION 850: Five will cover integrated EDI and miscellaneous utilities. Part Six will present challenges and make user recommendations. Highlighting IQMS ability to serve the multilingual, multicurrency, and multiplant ERP needs for global manufacturers, in 2004, one in four new IQMS customers was reportedly located outside the US, in countries such as Mexico, Canada, Ireland, Sweden, and China. EnterpriseIQ is a multilingual system available in German, Dutch, Swedish, and Spanish and was recently released Chinese
4/4/2005


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