Supply Chain Visibility and Compliance Requires Business Rules Management & Analytics

Most suppliers that use Microsoft Dynamics as their primary ERP envisioned a seamless flow of trading documents upon implementation. However, today's suppliers must also comply with an expanding list of unique EDI formats and business rules for each of their customers. The constant pressures of charge-backs and backlogs of frustrated customers wanting to implement EDI are compounded by the ever-growing need to implement more complex collaboration scenarios.


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About Peter Edlund

Peter is a founding member of DiCentral and responsible for leading the company's global marketing initiatives. He is the host of DiCentral's Connected, a video podcast that discusses current EDI trends with leading supply chain experts. Peter has over 20 years of sales and marketing management experience with a focus on supply chain solutions. He has held executive management positions with several technology firms. Peter is a veteran of the U.S. Navy and attended Central Texas College and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University where he studied aviation business management. 

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