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When Does ‘Less is More’ Apply to Dynamics EDI?

February 6, 2014 @ 4:02 AM

From EDI Expert Glenn McPeak:

lessismoreIf you’ve seen AT&T’s commercials as part of the company’s "It's not complicated" campaign, you understand the idea: Bigger. Faster. More.

But that’s not the concept when it comes to EDI. In choosing a Dynamics EDI technology partner, a two-party approach is not better than one. Engaging multiple partners can cripple your business processes, while trying figure out who is responsible for broken mission-critical transaction flows or coordinating the addition of key processes.

The accelerating speed of business execution affords no time for finger pointing and researching the source of the latest breakdown. Beyond PO/Invoice processing, today’s interconnected supply chain requires real-time inventory, coordinating with transportation, such as request for routing, reading of POS details for the latest sales trends, and full connection with suppliers, especially in a drop ship operation.

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Glenn McPeak
Written by Glenn McPeak

Glenn is a supply chain expert and has over 25 Years of EDI/ERP solution consulting and ERP/EDI software product design and management. Glenn’s has managed and executed over 200 successful ERP and EDI related projects in a wide array of manufacturing and distribution oriented industries. Glenn is knowledgeable in the following ERP platforms – Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics GP. Glenn holds a Bachelor of Science degree with highest honors from Babson College and numerous Microsoft Certifications, including Microsoft Certified Professional.