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E2open Updates E2 Cloud Connectivity
E2open is a leading provider of cloud-based solutions for collaborative execution across global trading networks—more than 33,000 trading partners in 69

edifact  standards such as X12, EDIFACT, OAGIS, and others, providing businesses with open, cross-standard interoperability. The new network content includes 20 OAGIS standards-based canonicals (well-established programming interfaces patterns or rules) and 69 productized maps that support cross-standard interoperability with X12, EDIFACT, and other industry standard formats. Available network content is listed among E2open's  Message Guides . TEC blog post (Oct 2012): E2open Business Network Surpasses 100,000 Read More
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Pain and Gain of Integrated EDI Part Three: Other Industry Gains
Many small and medium companies find themselves under pressure to deploy the same EDI system as a major customer, making it a basic cost of doing business with

edifact  EDI (ANSI X12 and EDIFACT for international deployments) or XML framework. Products include the flagship eBridge EDI , Mapper (for reformatting e-business documents), ASN , CRM Integration , and the eBridge Software Development Kit . Epicor also partnered with ACOM , whose EZConnect engine also allows trading partners to exchange documents in compliance with EDI, XML, and other structured data formats. IQMS Offers Integrated EDI It is amazing that the small ERP vendor IQMS has a native IQ EDI module that Read More
ROI Systems Catching Up With e-Commerce
ROI Systems continues with its practice of cautious new technology adoption. On October 10, it announced the offering of XML-based EDI for its customers.

edifact  all ANSI X.12 and UN-EDIFACT documents as well as any well-formed XML document structure. With its support of emerging XML standards, such as ebXML, xVision delivers data transformation and integration support for Internet trading. Market Impact For more than two decades, ROI Systems has managed to deliver strong discrete manufacturing functionality and solid customer support, although at the expense of modest growth and cautious new technology introduction. As a result, the company is not regarded as a Read More
When EDI Goes Native, Everything Falls in Sync with IQMS
IQMS's IQ EDI module is a natively-built solution that deals with the complexities of data synchronization among EDI documents and eliminates the need for third

edifact  of a JIT schedule) EDIFACT transactions, the system supports remittance advice (820); planning/release schedule (830); purchase orders (850); change orders (860); shipping schedule (862); order status report (870); receiving advice (861); functional acknowledgement (997); cash application (824); and text message (864). For outbound transactions, it supports invoicing (810); planning/release schedule (830); shipments (ASN) (856); order acknowledgement (855); and vendor shipping schedule (865). Functional Read More
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

edifact  structured business data in EDIFACT, X12, XML or other formats using the HTTP transport protocol. AS2 supports authentication and privacy through either of S/MIME or OpenPGP as well as HTTPS/SSL, and extends the previous standard (AS1) by allowing for multipart MIME messages, both synchronous and asynchronous replies, and the inclusion of acknowledgments and additional data within replies. IPNet's eBizness Suite integrates three separate products: eBizness Transact: rules-based transaction routing of Read More
Improving Business Integration for a Competitive Advantage in the Mid-market
Mid-market companies can level the competitive playing field by using business integration technology. Integrated processes reduce costs by decreasing data

edifact  with Customer B, and EDIFACT documents with Customer C. Without a business integration solution, the IT infrastructure of the warehouse fails to be scalable and becomes increasingly complex as the various standards are implemented. Business integration benefits go far beyond exchanging electronic transactions with trading partners. In the example above, information on products that the warehouse handles (product attributes, style, color, weight, etc.) must be synchronized between specialized applications Read More
The Sweet Spot of One Merging ERP Vendor
CMS Software (now known as Solarsoft Business Systems) may not be a huge global player, but its enterprise resource planning solutions address a wide spectrum

edifact  transaction sets (i.e., X.12, EDIFACT, and XML Documents), including material releases, shipping schedules, inline vehicle sequencing (IVSL) documents, and purchase orders. Bank remittance advices, inventory advices, invoices, incoming ASNs, functional acknowledgement, and update or change releases are also handled through the CMS solutions. Many traditional CMS ERP modules, such as general ledger (G/L), accounts receivable (A/R), and accounts payable (A/P), have been retrofitted or designed from the Read More
SSA GT to EXE-cute (Yet) Another Acquisition Part Two: EXE
Like the previous few SSA GT acquisitions, this merger too seems aimed at enlarging SSA GT's customer base, market share, and more importantly, its predictably

edifact  (i.e. EDI, flat file, EDIFACT, XML, shared database). The software sits behind a corporate firewall and converts EDI, XML, or flat-file documents into WMS formats, and vice versa, so that users of the WMS and their business partners can communicate without the need for expensive EDI value-added networks, for example. The types of EDI and XML documents that the system would actually be transmitting include shipment notifications, shipment orders, purchase orders, and receipt notifications. When Read More
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy
Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative e-Business solution requires a database strategy, an application server strategy, and an e-business strategy. Will

edifact  EDI (the X12 and EDIFact standards) are available through separately sold B2B adapters. Last but not least, Oracle offers a number of integration adapters for packaged applications like SAP or Siebel, and adapters for legacy systems such as mainframe-based Customer Information Control System (CICS) and IMS. These adapters are sold separately and can be used with Oracle Container for J2EE ( OC4J ), Oracle Portal and the above Oracle integration components. This concludes Part Two of a six-part note. Part Read More
Business Information Exchange with BizManager400 for IBM System i
Designed for the IBM System i and iSeries platforms, Inovis’ BizManager400 provides secure managed file transfer of critical business documents like purchase

edifact  many different types (X12, EDIFACT, TRADACOMS and XML) Visibility into trading partner activity (e.g., view Total Volume Reports by partner) Automatic routing of data to internal applications via FTP, file copy, JMS or IBM Websphere MQ (formerly MQSeries) Integration with existing EDI translator/mapper solution Interoperable with any AS1/AS2/AS3- or ebXML-certified solution Get started with ease BizManager400 includes built-in Quick Start Wizards that simplify the initial configuration process: Sign-up Read More

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