DVF, founded in 1972 by the legendary Diane VonFurstenberg, has a global distribution network in over 55 countries and 1500 points of sale including 148 DVF owned and partnered stores. Rather than attempt to expand upon their existing ERP platform which currently supports those 1500 global points of sale, DVF chose to build a completely new platform using Microsoft Dynamics AX for order processing.
Integration with AX is completely seamless with no customizations required of the ERP
EDI Makes Fashion Accessible to the Masses.
DVF needed to upgrade their ERP system to Dynamics AX and needed an EDI system to support their processes which were already in place. Seamless integration and ease of use were key requirements for their new EDI system. They chose Vantage Point EDI, which will help them grow as their eCommerce business grows.
If you're about to bring EDI into your processes, this brief will help you avoid the potential pitfalls often encountered. If you’ve attempted to implement EDI already, you’ll likely recognize at least some of the problems we describe, and gain from our explanations on how to avoid them.This paper will present a clear, simple path to successful implementation of a highly productive and profitable EDI initiative in your company.
Choosing an EDI software solution for your company is a serious undertaking. The right choice results in a smooth and painless process with strong positive ROI. The wrong choice can have detrimental effects for years with poor ROI and ongoing operational and support issues. One key question we often hear is “Should we build it or buy it?”.
Don’t be caught unprepared with your upcoming EDI project. From the provider and solution, to your business needs post-implementation, a company can prevent costly headaches by being as thorough as possible in their pre-implementation research.
This paper will present the key components of a successful automated integration solution for ERP and EDI without customizations. After reading this paper you'll learn: - how to gain a competitive advantage with this approach to EDI and ERP integration - and how purchasing tools which force customizations to your ERP system can leave you responsible for costly and time consuming modifications to the systems. Following this best practice approach to integration can help you on your way to experience integration success.