EDI and ERP: 3 Keys to Automated Integration Without Customization

Technology and business process automation are increasingly becoming strategic components of success for today's digital economy.  Whether you're a manufacturer, distributor, retailer, 3PL, or in the CPG, automotive or food industries, your competitiveness is often tied to two critical business applications responsible for managing your business, ERP and EDI.  Successful implementations of these two key technologies can drive costs out of your supply chain execution and improve key metrics such as revenue per employee and cost per business transaction.

ERP systems handle finances, inventory, manufacturing and the business execution aspects of your operations. Your EDI system handles electronic interactions (transactions) with your supply chain (trading partners) including customers, suppliers, logistics organizations, banks and more.


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About Glenn McPeak

Glenn is an expert in the electronic integration of supply chain activities with 29 Years of ERP and integrated EDI experience in system analysis, product design, software development, consulting and project management. Glenn has managed and/or executed over 250 successful ERP and EDI related projects in a wide array of manufacturing and distribution oriented industries. Glenn holds a Bachelor of Science degree with highest distinction from Babson College, is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma academic honor society and holds numerous Microsoft Certifications. Visit Data Masons to learn more about our powerful EDI solution for Dynamics, Vantage Point EDI.

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