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For a company committed to building lasting customer relationships, its lack of EDI integration had them spending far more time managing order entry and invoicing processes than they were nurturing relationships

A family owned and operated company based in Atlanta, GA, good2grow lives, sleeps and dreams healthy kids drinks, making them America's leading experts in the children's beverage category.

Business Problems:

  • Changing business model from utilizing an in-house warehousing environment to a 3PL
  • Lack of an integrated EDI solution challenged their ability to grow the business as needed 
  • Manual data entry requirements were absorbing resources and taking them away from higher priorities                    

Problems solved with Vantage Point EDI:

  • Successfully transitioned from an in-house warehousing model to a 3PL
  • Automated integration of major customers, such as Walmart and Home Depot
  • Increased human capital efficiency, enabling staff to switch from order takers to customer relationship builders


  • Decreased the time required to onboard new partners and brokers.
  • Remained self-reliant on the company’s in house development team thanks to a comprehensive library of out of the box trading partner maps
  • Fully-maximized its transactional efficiency with its high volume customers
  • Achieved record-breaking 99% efficiency with customer order processing & operates nearly 100% green with a majority of its processes running through EDI

Case Study

EDI = Money in the Bank for Major Display Manufacturer.

In a competitive industry like retail display manufacturing, prompt payment and cash flow are critical issues which must be managed closely. Yet, The Marco Company wasn’t getting paid. This might have been manageable had it been a small customer, but the customer who couldn’t make payment was very large, and the receivables had grown to $2.5 Million.

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