TrueCommerce Speaks on Supply Chain Connectivity at Cloud ERP Conferences Worldwide
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TrueCommerce™, a global provider of supply chain and trading partner connectivity, integration and omnichannel solutions, will sponsor and present at upcoming enterprise resource planning (ERP) conferences worldwide. Experts from TrueCommerce, which offers complete Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) integration with leading cloud ERPs, will showcase its global supply chain network and share tips for achieving a more agile and resilient supply chain.
“Leading ERPs, such as Acumatica, Intuit, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle NetSuite, Sage Intacct and X3, and SAP are a critical component of the global supply chain,” said Ryan Tierney, vice president, product management at TrueCommerce. “Their ability to enable flexibility of systems, real-time visibility, resiliency for managing costs, and compounding scalability through integration with other cloud-based systems gives businesses a competitive edge in the global supply chain. We aim to help conference attendees discover how to leverage EDI and its integration with cloud ERPs to digitize their supply chains and to apply the associated benefits to their organizations.”
TrueCommerce for Cloud ERPs
TrueCommerce offers the most complete way to integrate business processes across the supply chain. The TrueCommerce Trading Platform enables seamless EDI integration with cloud ERP systems for improved speed, visibility, and supplier-buyer communication. With EDI in the cloud, customers can manage their B2B transactions from anywhere, and easily scale order processing to stay ahead during demand spikes. Cloud integrations provide the added benefits of easier maintenance, simplified systems upgrades, and the ability to enjoy the latest cloud-ERP features, without being held back by a legacy EDI system.
“Before implementing TrueCommerce EDI, I had to write software to turn PO data into an order in the ERP system. Unless we had quite a few orders from that customer, it just wasn’t worth it,” said Susan Penouilh, EDI programmer analyst, Elmer Candy Corporation and TrueCommerce customer. “Now, everything that comes through EDI can be exported automatically into Sage X3.”
TrueCommerce partner Carsten Petry, senior client executive at Norriq in Denmark added, “EDI used to be a rather complex service to sell with an ERP project, but with a standard module from TrueCommerce, the integration of EDI to Microsoft Dynamics goes a lot quicker and has become far more streamlined. And we leave all implementation, operation, and support in the hands of TrueCommerce.”
TrueCommerce ERP Conference Participation
ERP & Beyond
TrueCommerce session details:
SuiteWorld 2022, Oracle NetSuite’s largest celebration for customers and partners, takes place September 27-30, 2022, at the Caesars Forum in Las Vegas. This year’s theme is “Full Suite Ahead” with the conference promising four energy-packed days filled with networking opportunities and educational programming that will help NetSuite customers, partners, and developers discover new ways to leverage the full power of the suite.
TrueCommerce session details:
Attendees can also visit TrueCommerce experts at booth #225 on the SuiteWorld tradeshow floor.
Microsoft Dynamics Community Summit
Attendees can also visit TrueCommerce experts at booth #714 on the tradeshow floor.
Attendees can also visit TrueCommerce experts at booth #K7 on the Transform tradeshow floor.
Connect with TrueCommerce
The TrueCommerce Global Commerce Network can connect businesses to over 180,000 retailers, distributors, and logistics service providers. As a fully managed services provider, we also manage new trading partner onboarding, as well as the ongoing management of partner-specific mapping, labeling changes, and communications monitoring. That’s why thousands of companies—ranging from startups to the global Fortune 100, across various industries—rely on us. For more information, visit TrueCommerce.
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