Inventory to Sales Ratio as a Key Performance Indicator

February 20th, 2015

Posted by:  Fred Lizza 

As retailers increasingly deal with the challenges and opportunities inherent in selling across multiple sales channels, the inventory to sales ratio is becoming the most important determinant of industry merchandize margins.  Inventory to sales ratio is the ratio of the inventory available for sale versus the actual quantity sold.

The inventory to sales ratio is a key statistic when measuring whether or not you’re overstocked.  If you manage a single warehouse, you can visibly see when you have too much inventory.  But are you keeping track of every unit sold?  How many units are on hand? For every sale of a particular item, how many were in stock at the time of sale and how many remain? For example, if you sell jeans and you had 50 jeans of a particular style and size in stock and then sold 20 of them online and another 20 in your store, would you know that you have 10 remaining? Knowing the actual inventory for each item keeps your inventory at the right level, not too high and not too low.

The task becomes complex when you need to fulfill orders that are coming through different channels, and you need to have the right amount of products on hand to fulfill orders coming in through each sales channel.  This becomes increasingly important if you’re selling through Amazon, since they require you to reserve specific inventory volumes for their channel.

In the poll taken by Software Advice, 35% of the prospective retail software buyers they surveyed said they were looking for a more modern solution for their inventory management requirements.  Essentially, they are looking for a software solution expressly designed to handle their inventory processes rather than using spreadsheets to keep simple counts. The other reasons cited involved the inability to support company growth and lacking the ability to automate business processes.

Efficiencies through the use of technology take the guesswork out of what’s ‘available to sell.’  The need may seem simple but the solution is not. The challenge is in getting real time updates of orders received, and bring it all into a unified workflow. The entire process from collection of orders to picking, packing, shipping, processing payment, and centralized tracking of inventory levels are essential in keeping customer service people up to date.

Managing inventory in one place helps avoid stock-outs [or double-selling] and lends to better analysis of products in terms of performance, peak selling periods, etc.  And, centralizing the management of sales channels allows for more accurate inventory calculations.  More importantly, streamlining essential back-office processes supports current and future growth, eliminating the bottlenecks that occur with manual processes.

To learn more about the importance of the inventory to sales ratio and how the manage these margins effectively, read:  Innovative Order Management Systems for Apparel Retail

Inventory Management For Online Retailers eBook

February 13th, 2015

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Managing inventory in one place helps you avoid stock-outs and lends to better analysis of your products in terms of performance, peak selling periods, etc. More importantly, centralizing the management of your sales channels allows for more accurate inventory calculations.

Very often, online retailers who are evaluating an inventory management solution for the first time, realize the need to automate their order and inventory processes to not only alleviate the headaches and inaccuracies associated with the manual efforts, but to position themselves to continually grow their business.

According to Software Advice, 95% of the prospective buyers they spoke with were also first-time buyers. Of that, 36% were using accounting software to manage their inventory, while 35% were using Excel or another spreadsheet method. Another 11% were using what they called “manual methods”, which often referred to the good old pen and paper method. Those buyers using any of the above methods are the kinds of people we speak to daily who love the fact that their business is growing, but hate the headaches this growth brings if they don’t have the proper systems in place. They are looking to ease these pains so they can enjoy their success!

To read this entire eBook please click here.

6 Ways Successful Businesses Manage Inventory

February 6th, 2015

Posted by: Laura Hills

In working with thousands of small to medium-sized online retailers, time and again experience shows us that the customer experience doesn’t end at checkout. Efficient and effective back office inventory operations are crucial elements to any online retailer’s successful operation.

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Asked about their top challenge in 2014, 43% of retailers ranked inventory management 1. That’s more than accounting, compliance, tech implementation, e-commerce integration, order management, or payroll. *Intuitive Accountant Survey

Here are six proven ways to reduce the retail inventory management burden.

1. Track Inventory From All Sales Channels
In the “Amazon Age” of retail, multiple points of demand and fulfillment require real-time visibility into multiple sources of inventory.

2. Gain Control of Kitted & Bundled Products
Adding kits to your product mix is a great way to increase sales, but can complicate things if you don’t have good inventory control in place.

3. Better Manage Drop-Ship Orders
In a drop ship scenario, the merchant is the middleman between the supplier and customer, integrating Purchase Order management, streamlining and speeding up the process so customers get their orders faster.

4. Beat Back Backorders
With real-time inventory management across sales channels, you can avoid out of stock situations by always posting accurate available-to-sell levels on all sales channels.

5. Enable Bin & Lot Tracking
Recall anomalies can wreak havoc on inventory accuracy.

6. Implement Barcode Scanning
Barcode scanning improves picking and packing accuracy while dramatically reducing the time required to process orders.

Click here to view the full Infographic entitled 6 Ways Successful Businesses Manage Inventory.

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Managing Amazon Orders

January 29th, 2015

Posted By: Megan Castillo

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If you’re selling on Amazon through Seller Central or using FBA [Fulfillment by Amazon], then you’re probably familiar with the challenges inherent in managing orders through Amazon.

Let’s face it. Selling on Amazon raises the profile of most products and makes them a hotter commodity. Multichannel Merchant magazine covered Amazon sales results in 2014 in their first issue of January 2015. “Amazon announced that sellers sold a record-setting more than 2 billion items worldwide in 2014. The number of sellers on Amazon adopting the Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) service to help scale their businesses and delight customers with Amazon’s award-winning fulfillment and customer service also grew more than 65% year-over-year worldwide. There are currently more than 2 million sellers on Amazon worldwide that account for over 40% of the total units sold on Amazon.”

Read the full article here: “Amazon Sellers Sold More Than 2 Billion Items in 2014

If you’re like most merchants selling on your website and also on Amazon, some of these challenges may be all too familiar to you:

• Inventory Updates – Inventory levels in your Amazon store(s), as well as other channels, can get out of sync. You risk overselling and tarnishing your Seller Rating.

• Order Status Updates – Once a product is shipped, does your system automatically mark that product as ‘shipped’ and immediately update inventory levels across synced channels? If not, you could face costly errors.

• Keeping Track of FBA Inventory – Another common challenge is in keeping track of inventory sent to Amazon to fulfill FBA orders. Having the ability to create ‘FBA Reserved Bins’ allows you to compare Amazon’s order calculations to your own to ensure accurate inventory counts from Amazon, and  to know when to replenish product levels.

These are such important and timely issues for the online retailers that come to us. If this is important to you, check out our on-demand webinar Solution Spotlight – Managing Amazon Orders, to learn how Freestyle can help you process and manage your Amazon orders more efficiently.

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Planning to Ring in a Healthier New Year?

December 22nd, 2014

Posted by: Megan Castillo

nutraceutical Planning to Ring in a Healthier New Year?Are you thinking about making resolutions in 2015 to get healthier? Well, if you’re a nutraceuticals retailer, you’re counting on it. Consumers across all age groups are continually seeking ways to maintain and improve their health. This trend, coupled with increasing health care costs, an aging Baby Boomer population and a rising interest in health and wellness through diet has fueled the growth in the nutraceuticals market.

Consumers are looking for innovative products that deliver wellness benefits to help them lead more healthy and active lifestyles. As people are striving to be as healthy as possible to get the most out of life, the use of nutraceuticals to achieve desirable health outcomes has seen tremendous growth and financial success.

The nutraceuticals market has become very competitive with price, safety, efficacy, supply and packaging all playing a role in a retailer’s ability to succeed. Merchandising, inventory management and sourcing are keys to success as large, multi-channel chains with private-label brands, pharmaceutical companies, small local suppliers and retailers compete for business. Getting physician and health care provider buy in along with regulatory support can definitely help to promote your products.

The right technology can help you understand and respond to consumer demands. Technology can you immediate access to data across the entire operation so you can streamline business operations, and gain a competitive edge.

To reach the largest number of potential consumers, you need to be visible across multiple channels. The Internet continues to be an important tool for opening new – and expanding existing –business channels. What is essential at the retail level is coordination, integration and accurate information management to operate successfully.

Nutraceuticals management often requires lot control and a full history of tracking to record when and where lots are shipped for research or for the unthinkable, a recall situation. For such an extreme situation, you’ll need to track all inventory by lot and serial number and be able to trace the lots back to the suppliers through outsourcers or contract manufacturers. You may also need to trace this to individual customers thus needing to capture this data on an ongoing basis to be able to respond without hesitation. Certain products may require temperature-controlled storage and retailers must be able to recognize and stock these items accordingly.

With visibility and control of inventory, you’ll have better control over order response time, you can better manage inventory allocation and you can create a seamless process for order fulfillment ensuring that you have the right products, at the right time, ready to ship to meet customer expectations.

So, while consumers resolve to get healthy in 2015, you can get your business health on track with the right technology to drive success.

Read more about best practices for nutraceuticals retailers in this eBook: “Growing a Health & Wellness Business.”

If you rely on the Magento eCommerce platform, see how you can Get The Most Out of Your Magento Investment. Watch this 30 minute webinar featuring Freestyle Commerce and Magento. Click Here to register for access.

Apparel Retailers Avoid Inventory Stock Outs

December 12th, 2014

Posted by:  Megan Castillo 

Apparel retailers selling across multiple sales channels realize that managing inventory in one place helps to avoid stock-outs [or double-selling] and lends to better analysis of products in terms of performance, peak selling periods, etc. More importantly, centralizing the management of sales channels allows for more accurate inventory calculations.

When you run a product based business selling apparel and accessories, it’s critical to know when you need to re-order, and you don’t want that to be when you have nothing left to sell! Establishing low level points will give you enough time to re-order before you reach an empty bin and, worse, start disappointing prospective customers with a back order or ‘out of stock’ order status.

If you’re selling your products across multiple sales channels such as your website, Amazon, eBay and more, you need visibility across all channels.  Generally speaking, your website analytics will give you statistics regarding products sold directly through your web store.  If you also sell through Amazon, for example, your web store won’t have visibility into your Amazon inventory levels from your web store.

By managing inventory across all channels in one solution with a ‘best of breed’ order and inventory management solution, you can rest assured that the ‘available to sell’ levels that are sync’d to each channel are accurate.

According to Software Advice, 95% of the prospective inventory software buyers they spoke with were also first-time buyers. Of that, 36% were using accounting software to manage their inventory, while 35% were using Excel or another spreadsheet method. Another 11% were using what they called “manual methods”, which often referred to the good old pen and paper method. Those buyers using any of the above methods are the kinds of people we speak to daily who love the fact that their business is growing, but hate the headaches this growth brings if they don’t have the proper systems in place. They are looking to ease these pains so they can enjoy their success!

 

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The last thing an online apparel retailer needs is to have too much inventory on hand and too few orders coming in, leading to reduced margins. Excessive inventory ties up cash that could have been invested in enhancing your eCommerce store, or boosting your marketing efforts to drive additional revenue. At the same time, not having enough inventory on hand results in stock-outs, backorders, cancellations, and lost customers. It’s a balancing act and it is a major issue for all companies.

Streamlining essential back-office inventory and order management processes supports current and future growth. With manual processes in place, there tend to be bottlenecks that occur as business starts to take off, hindering growth potential.

Read about more Best Practices in Apparel and Specialty Retailing in this eBook:  “Dressing for Success.”

Why Magento? What’s All The Buzz About?

December 3rd, 2014

Posted by:  Laura Hills 

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Here’s another excerpt from the article that Integrated Solutions for Retailers recently published in which they asked Magento experts Dydacomp, EYEMAGINE, and Redstage to explain what makes Magento such a popular choice as an e-commerce platform for retailers.

Why Magento?  What makes Magento such a popular choice as an e-commerce platform for retailers?

Dydacomp: This question is best answered by our Magento Solution Provider partners, but from our perspective, Magento offers the retailer rich marketing capabilities, scales the best from small businesses to large enterprises, and has developed the most comprehensive community of solution providers and extensions in the industry. It’s a solution you can grow with.

[Dydacomp has developed Freestyle Commerce as the cloud based order management solution built specifically for Magento.  Our seamless integration allows for near real-time updates so your website always has the most up-to-date inventory and order status information.   And because we have such a great understanding of the Magento platform, we can have you up and using Freestyle in a matter of days…no more long, expensive implementation processes.]

EYEMAGINE: Well, our history with Magento starts at the beginning. You see, EYEMAGINE began working with Magento since before version 1.0 and has contributed original source code to the platform.  Having our roots in open source e-commerce technologies that pre-date Magento, we could see the writing on the wall and the hole in the market that Magento was looking to fill.  Before Magento disrupted the market seven short years ago in 2007, e-commerce retailers that wanted to get serious about selling online often found it cost prohibitive to use a solution like Hybris, Demandware, ATG, or IBM WebSphere.  These were simply not options for them as the cost of installation, licensing, configuration, and maintenance were just non-starters. E-commerce retailers’ only other option was to develop custom storefronts using their own developers and languages, such as ASP.NET or others, which again proved costly and challenging.

Magento really came out and changed the game by creating a community-based, open-source platform capable of serious e-commerce, at a reasonable price point.  This, in effect, opened up an entire market segment that otherwise had been underserved and without solutions.  Recognizing the sheer enormity of the market space and the opportunity to serve literally millions of possible businesses, EYEMAGINE become one of the first Magento partners and have stayed loyal to the platform over the past seven years, even as Magento was acquired by eBay and the partner landscape continued to change.  Now that Magento has the full support of eBay and the resources that go along with it, we are sure they will continue to innovate and create new and valuable features to help modern businesses succeed in the e-commerce space.

The reality is that there is no “perfect” choice. Every piece of technology in the world is imperfect and will require maintenance, upkeep, and specialized knowledge to keep performing, as it should.  As great as Magento is as a platform, do not underestimate its complexity. Always work with a partner whom you can trust, who has experience in providing years of quality service.

Redstage: We actually wrote a blog article some time ago on the benefits of Magento, which is still very fitting: http://www.redstage.com/2011/09/19/benefits-of-magento/ The most important is the following excerpt:

“Back in the OSCommerce, Zen Cart, and CRE Loaded days, an ecommerce site was a big hack job of custom code and “addons” that were basically just instructions for additional hacks.  The more complex your site got, the more of a hack job it would become.  Random errors and stability problems were a frequent result.  Many times, complex additions would mean a full redevelopment of the whole site.

Magento, on the other hand, is properly architected to be able to extend its functionality in an elegant and stable way.  And it’s really a huge advantage for your business.  For instance, I wonder how much it cost Amazon to develop their Frequently Bought Together or Who Viewed This Also Viewed up-selling interfaces?  Well, with Magento, you can have either one of those for about 50 bucks as extensions, and about 3 minutes of installation.”

Magento also allows us to add custom and complex functionality without the risk of future systemic complications.

Read the full article here:  “E-Commerce And The Back Office Working In Concert For Retail Success.”

To learn more about how to Get The Most Out of Your Magento Investment – The Back(Office) Story, watch this 30 minute webinar featuring Freestyle Commerce and Magento.  Click Here to register for access.

Are Your Customers Tuned In To The Omni-Channel Buzz?

November 24th, 2014

Posted by:  Laura Hills 

ISR logo Are Your Customers Tuned In To The Omni Channel Buzz?

We want to share more of the article that Integrated Solutions for Retailers recently published in which they asked Magento experts Dydacomp, EYEMAGINE, and Redstage to explain what sets them apart from other Magento solution providers and how the eCommerce platform helps retailers engage with and excel in omni-channel retailing.  Here’s a synopsis of another question addressed in the article entitled “E-Commerce And The Back Office Working In Concert For Retail Success.”

Are your customers tuned in to the omni-channel buzz or remaining focused on multichannel selling?

Dydacomp: A growing percentage of customers are focusing on omni-channel marketing — adopting a sell anywhere/ship anywhere philosophy.  But implementing it is harder than it sounds, because you need fairly sophisticated back office technology for inventory management and fulfillment.  Your physical stores now double as warehouses and delivery locations.

Your inventory available for sale can be on store shelves, in your own warehouses, stored and fulfilled through 3rd party logistics providers or drop-shipped direct to customer from the manufacturer or wholesaler. Point of sales systems need to talk to back office fulfillment systems like never before.  And all the while, you need to keep the details and complexity hidden from the end customer.  Omni-channel retail is a great way for retailers with a physical presence to compete with online businesses, but to do it requires an investment in not only their e-commerce platform but also the behind-the-scenes infrastructure.

EYEMAGINE: Very few of our clients have brick-and-mortar stores or showrooms, so this is not a “buzzword” we hear a whole lot.  The reality is that companies that truly need an omni-channel solution (think big department stores that have a global presence) are typically “too big” for Magento.  As we are always reviewing different platforms in order to better serve the clients we partner with we have been considering platforms that are more “true” omni-channel solutions for the size of retailers that really need to be able to address concerns from clients like buying something on a mobile device and returning it to the store in person, or purchasing something from a tablet and picking it up from the store the same day.

Multichannel selling is very much an issue that many of our clients have; we are seeking to help them sell across marketplaces like eBay and Amazon as well as their e-commerce B2C Stores, perhaps an e-commerce B2B portal as well and other channels that they have, like affiliates.  Customizing solutions for them to manage these multichannels effectively is a part of many projects we take on, that is why having good partners with good tech makes such a big difference between success and failure for many of our clients.

Redstage: Customers that have a brick and mortar channel are exploring the power of omni-channel retail, especially when it comes to loyalty programs and gift cards.

Usually each channel must be integrated into a centralized ERP or order/inventory management system.  This way there is one central location for available information on inventory and inventory locations.  Ecommerce and POS systems are usually integrated into a centralized system in this way.  POS and e-commerce systems can be synchronized directly, but that generally makes it harder to avoid inventory allocation issues, as neither system is well equipped to manage inventory at that level.

Read the full article here:  “E-Commerce And The Back Office Working In Concert For Retail Success.”

To learn more about how to Get The Most Out of Your Magento Investment – The Back(Office) Story, watch this 30 minute webinar featuring Freestyle Commerce and Magento.  Click Here to register for access.

eCommerce and the Back Office Working Together for Retail Success

November 14th, 2014

Posted by:  Laura Hills 

ISR logo eCommerce and the Back Office Working Together for Retail Success

So, you had a great idea for a product. You seized the market opportunity and decided to go for it. You built a great website using an eCommerce platform like Magento.  And, now you’ve got a successful online retail business.  Way to go!

Now how do you get your back office operations working together with your webstore to make sure you always have enough product on hand and that the pick/pack/ship flows smoothly?  We know that managing inventory and order fulfillment isn’t the most exciting part of becoming an eCommerce merchant, but it can make or break a web store’s success.

Integrated Solutions for Retailers recently asked Magento experts Dydacomp, EYEMAGINE, and Redstage to explain what sets them apart from other Magento solution providers and how the eCommerce platform helps retailers engage with and excel in omni-channel retailing.  Here’s a synopsis of just one question addressed in the article entitled “E-Commerce And The Back Office Working In Concert For Retail Success.”

How would you describe the essential integration between e-commerce and back office processes?

Dydacomp: At Dydacomp, we break this integration down into stages. Once a retailer starts getting more than 20 or so orders per day, it becomes difficult to simply print the orders and process and fulfill those orders manually. They need a back office fulfillment system, and that’s where the fun begins.

First, you must have a way to get customer orders from your Magento e-commerce platform into your back office environment.  This is the first stage of implementing an inventory and order management system. Our systems integrate with Magento and allow mapping of order, customer and product information so that orders are extracted and imported fast and accurately.

Second, you must process the order with a focus on both fulfilling the order and simultaneously managing and updating inventory.  The pick and pack process is automated to assure accuracy. Inventory quantities are decremented for the units picked, quantity updates are sent back to the e-commerce platform or other order source immediately, low-levels may be reached triggering purchase orders for replenishment.  Back-ordered items are identified and the appropriate customer notices are triggered.

Finally the products must be shipped, shipping costs validated and finalized, shipping methods matched to customer preference, shippers selected and product shipped from local or 3rd party sources.  Billing is completed and shipment tracking information is received and passed back to the customer through the channel where the product was ordered. In the end, the customer receives the product on time and at the price agreed.

EYEMAGINE: The only word that comes to mind to describe this integration is “necessary.” The alternatives are manual tabulation or cron based export and sync jobs.  This can suffice, but it is certainly not ideal for a modern e-commerce company that is experiencing rapid growth and trying to stay lean.  The time it takes to reconcile orders and inventory manually across multiple channels, and the potential for human error involved in doing it the “old fashioned” way holds many businesses back from achieving success; they often seem to rationalize this to themselves by saying things like “we’re not quite there yet” or “what if we grow too fast?”

When these are the reasons being given, we often find ourselves speechless, as we have a difficult time understanding the mindset of the individual that is not ready to embrace success and actualize their business dreams into reality.  However, these individuals do exist out there, and for them the reality of maintaining “control” of their systems and silo-ing technology platforms that do not communicate with one another seems to offer them some level of comfort, knowing that they can “pump the brakes” if things start getting “out of control.” In other words, they can inadvertently constrain the growth trajectory of an entire company and compromise the future of their fellow employees and position in the marketplace in an effort to maintain the fallacy of “control” over software.

Redstage: Usually each channel must be integrated into a centralized ERP or order/inventory management system.  This way there is one central location for available information on inventory and inventory locations.  Ecommerce and POS systems are usually integrated into a centralized system in this way.  POS and e-commerce systems can be synchronized directly, but that generally makes it harder to avoid inventory allocation issues, as neither system is well equipped to manage inventory at that level.

Systems that are designed to sell in a particular channel usually do not include features to manage the flow of inventory through both channels.

Read the full article here:  “E-Commerce And The Back Office Working In Concert For Retail Success.”

 

To learn more aboutGetting The Most Out of Your Magento Investment – The Back(Office) Story’, watch this 30 minute webinar sponsored by Dydacomp and Magento.  Click Here to register for access.

 

 

 

6 Bottom-Line Benefits of Incorporating EDI Into Your Multi Channel Retail Business

October 17th, 2014

Posted by:  Greg Swallow, HighJump TrueCommerce

 6 Bottom Line Benefits of Incorporating EDI Into Your Multi Channel Retail BusinessAn Order Management Solution (OMS) automates inventory and order processing so you can fulfill orders faster and easier, get a handle on inventory levels and leverage better data to make smarter decisions. It’s all about enabling efficiency, productivity and insight to drive business growth.

What could be better than that? How about more of that! More efficiency, productivity and insight is exactly what you’ll get when you take advantage of the synergy between your OMS and electronic data interchange (EDI) software.

You’ve probably heard of EDI because many of the retailers, suppliers and 3PL providers in your supply chain ecosystem are already using it—or looking to use it—to get data moving faster. EDI is the common “language” that enables everyone to track goods and data, from start to finish, quickly and elegantly. Being part of the conversation saves you time and money and makes you easier to do business with.

Here’s an example of how using an OMS with EDI can accelerate order processing and cut transaction costs: when you receive a non-EDI invoice from a vendor, you need to pay someone to manually print it out, key the order data into your OMS, and look through the data line-by-line to check it and flag any exceptions, such as a price change.

With EDI, all that extra labor cost and potential for errors and delays disappears. It’s all processed and reconciled automatically within the OMS. This is why supply chain giants like Amazon all integrate EDI with their financial systems and mandate that their suppliers use EDI—because it lets them ship next-day (or even same-day) and also saves on procurement costs.

What business benefits do you get from using EDI alongside your OMS?

  1.  Faster time-to-market. Automated order processing is not only much faster, but also offers better visibility into inventory. When you know what your vendors have available you can work with them to eliminate distribution bottlenecks and ship faster.
  2. Higher margins. Obviously automation saves on labor costs. It also improves accuracy of information, which means fewer costly and reputation-damaging problems with orders. You won’t get a crate of rubber ducks because someone mistyped a SKU number.
  3. Better analytics. When you’re tracking (and monetizing) supply chain data you can begin to see and proactively work with “trigger” events, from weather to cycles in supporting industries, that impact your sales volume.
  4. Faster turnaround time on payments. Because EDI data is electronically available across your systems, as well as those of your vendors and customers that use EDI, payment can happen much faster.
  5. Competitive differentiation. Data accuracy and timeliness are critical to success in retail. EDI/OMS integration helps give you end-to-end visibility across your supply chain. When you can see what the customer’s experience looks like, you can set the bar for service where Amazon sets it.
  6. Peace of mind. With EDI you get a one-stop vendor relationship with full visibility end-to-end across your solution. That eliminates finger-pointing and accelerates resolution of issues.

View our on demand webinar, by our preferred EDI provider, HighJump TrueCommerce EDI, entitled Incorporating EDI into Your Business to learn more.

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