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Put Microsoft Dynamics EDI Solution Providers to the Test with these Must-Ask Questions

January 7, 2013 @ 17:01 PM

Have you ever met an EDI solution provider who didn't claim to offer "tight integration" and "ease-of-use" among other commonly claimed capabilities? When it comes to selecting a Microsoft Dynamics EDI solution you have to know what questions to ask in order to differentiate between all of the available technology options. If talking with a salesperson, you can easily get confused as to which solution is the right choice for your business when they all seem to claim the same capabilities. But this perception could not be farther from the truth, as there is a wide gap between Dynamics EDI offerings, from the technology model through to the customer support guarantee.

The EDI for Microsoft Dynamics Evaluation Check List is designed to take you beyond the product data sheet and software demonstration to uncover the distinguishing factors between various Dynamics EDI options. For example, do you know if the solution is flexible enough to be deployed in the cloud or on-premise? If deployed in the cloud, is there any local software component? Does the solution provider offer a fully- outsourced compliance management service and the ability for you to manage your own mapping and compliance?

No matter where you are with EDI - currently using a solution, evaluating different options, or considering an EDI implementation - I challenge you to put EDI solution providers to the test. By asking the right questions, you can save yourself time and resources in making the right choice for your business and set your business up for long-term success with Dynamics EDI.

Download Your Microsoft Dynamics EDI Solution Checklist and Put EDI Solution Providers to the Test!

Heather Robinson
Written by Heather Robinson

Heather is an experienced marketing professional who is driven to help companies large and small to expand partner channels, drive leads and revenue, and build strategic relationships through successful marketing programs.