We all know that some shoes look better on the rack than they do on your feet. And when it came to integrating EDI with their Microsoft Dynamics NAV platform, UK-based footwear maker FitFlop found that their initial product, while it looked like a good fit during the sales cycle, upon implementing, was actually an unflattering misfit for their rapidly expanding business.
FitFlop’s unique technology that is built into to the bottom of every piece of their footwear has kicked-off a global footwear trend, making the product currently available in over 50 countries. In order to support FitFlop’s plan to expand their North American business, they needed to replace their initial NAV-based EDI product with a complete solution that would not only meet their current EDI requirements, but scale to accommodate their growing trading partner network.
In looking for a replacement EDI solution, FitFlop not only had to consider the solution’s ability to integrate EDI in and out of NAV 5.0, but also to the Pebblestone solution that is specific to the apparel and footwear industry – something their initial EDI product failed to deliver. FitFlop chose Data Masons’ Vantage Point EDI solution for Microsoft Dynamics NAV given the company’s industry expertise and ability to meet their Dynamics NAV EDI requirements.
Initially FitFlop employed Vantage Point EDI to handle their 850’s, 856’s and 810’s for five of their trading partners. However, once they realized how…