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Managing EDI by Exception: Microsoft Dynamics EDI Spotlight

Microsoft Gold Partner Merit Solutions recently highlighted Data Masons Software on its Merit Matters Blog. The article showcases how Microsoft Dynamics EDI customers can "do more, with less staff, with fewer errors to drive real value from their investment into the Microsoft Dynamics platform."


Data Masons Software specializes in simplifying EDI by providing tight integration and compliance management services for Microsoft Dynamics® without customizations to the Dynamics ERP platform. The company’s end-to-end EDI processing platform gives organizations a competitive edge through broad and deep EDI integration, predictable ownership costs and comprehensive compliance services - all without expensive and disruptive ERP platform customization. We help our customers improve their efficiency by providing full automation of business transactions with their trading partners, which includes customers, suppliers, banks, logistics suppliers, third-party warehouses, trading networks, freight carriers, etc.

Today I want to talk a little bit about how those efficiencies can bring a huge ROI and an overall improvement in your business processes.

One of the biggest benefits customers receive from our EDI solution is the automation of business processes that enable the company to transact 24/7. That means the solution is highly-automated. It also means that it is very strong at recognizing and trapping errors, ultimately preventing bad data from getting into Microsoft Dynamics. Data Masons makes this happen without human intervention, while at the same time, trapping errors and reporting them through a variety of channels, which enables our customers to manage their business transactions “by exception.”

In addition to our ability to capture errors when they occur, we provide another layer of security to make sure that all the transactions that you receive from your partners are processed correctly into Microsoft Dynamics. And we insure that all the transactions that exist within Dynamics have been transmitted to your partners – and accepted by them.

These two levels of error trapping and auditing... Continue Reading Article

Dynamics AX EDI, Dynamics GP EDI, Dynamics ERP Integration

Heather Robinson

Posted 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.

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