Rochelle Cohen

I just completed a series of blogs about EDI onboarding of a supplier community. Those blogs assume that the reader is the buyer in the relationship.  But, if you’re the supplier in the relationship, you may be wondering what’s in it for you to comply with your customer’s request to trade electronically.  Here are just […]

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Mark Morley

We are just a few weeks away from Enterprise World, OpenText’s premier conference for customers and partners from around the world. This year’s conference will take place at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Now there are many reasons why we think you should attend this event but if […]

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Mark Morley

Earlier this year many North American based companies were filing their conflict minerals reports for the first time. The Dodd-Frank Conflict Minerals Law was introduced to help understand the source of conflict minerals across global supply chains, primarily in the high tech, automotive and CPG manufacturing sectors. This is an area that I have blogged about before, click here […]

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Jerome Tillier

Let’s play a little game of palm reading. As a consumer, you downloaded your first mobile app somewhere between 2008 and 2010. You got it from a trusted online app store. It was dirt cheap and it didn’t require you to have any IT skills. At that time, the app store made you comfortable that […]

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Steve Keifer

Earlier this year I was suffering from shin splints and occasional muscle pain after running.  So I decided to seek out a wearable technology to help me pinpoint the source of my pain.  I ordered a pair of Smart Socks from a startup called Sensoria.  Featuring “proprietary smart-fabric,” “e-textile sensors” and “accelerometers” these socks could […]

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Rochelle Cohen

If you’ve read my  recent blogs on Supplier Enablement, (Six Pitfalls to Avoid When EDI-Enabling Your Suppliers – PART 1; Six Pitfalls to Avoid When EDI-Enabling Your Suppliers – PART 2; How to Avoid Pitfall #6 in your EDI Supplier Enablement Program; More on Pitfalls to Avoid When EDI-Enabling Your Suppliers) you will already know […]

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Mark Morley

There has been one story dominating the media in the UK over the past few months, Scotland’s attempt to seek independence from the United Kingdom. Despite losing the referendum to go their own way, Scotland will gain extra powers from the UK government to help offer a better standard of living for their population and […]

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Mark Morley

In my last blog entry I discussed my own adoption of ‘digital’ technology over the years and how digital was currently going through another renaissance. However compared to the 1980’s when the adoption of digital technology was consumer driven, today it is the business world that is embracing digital.  Before I discuss the future of […]

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Rochelle Cohen

In my recent blog series, Six Pitfalls to Avoid When EDI-Enabling Your Suppliers – PART 1,  the first pitfall I highlighted was “Inconsistent message to your suppliers.”  If other teams in the company – such as your buyers – are not on the same page with you regarding your EDI program, they may be telling suppliers that […]

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Mark Morley

At the beginning of each year I tend to spend a lot of time reviewing key technology trends identified by various IT press and industry analysts. These are the technology trends that  will impact consumers and businesses for the next twelve months. One of the key trends at the moment is the ‘digital business’ and […]

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Rochelle Cohen

In my blog, Six Pitfalls to Avoid When EDI-Enabling Your Suppliers – PART 2, the sixth pitfall I highlighted was “Insufficient planning for supplier communications.” As part of your supplier communications plan, you will need to send a series of communications, most likely in the form of emails.  Preparing complete, well-thought-out email templates for communication […]

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Klaus Schritt

Historically the usage of ISO 15022 and ISO 20022 formats has been driven by financial institutions and therefore used for their business transactions. As it comes to Corporate-to-Bank transactions, corporates are demanding bank-agnostic standard formats for all business transactions. This helps to automate financial processes within their ERP systems. Financial institutions are being forced by […]

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Steve Keifer

Kickstarter is bursting with startups in the wearable technology sector.  Not a day goes by without some new entrepreneur or venture backed startup announcing a new gadget that is going to change your life.  Companies such as Pebble, Jawbone, Fitbit and GoPro that most people had not heard of 2-3 years ago have now become […]

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Rochelle Cohen

In this blog, I’ll continue by sharing some more common mistakes I’ve seen companies make when onboarding suppliers. I’ll also discuss some of the ways that you can avoid them.  If you missed part 1 of this series, you can find it here:  Pitfalls to Avoid When EDI-Enabling Your Suppliers – PART 1.  And here’s a […]

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Jerome Tillier

The Digital Enterprise. A buzzword trending a lot in financial services in 2014, but what is it all about? According to many, the Digital Enterprise is an organization that uses technology as a competitive advantage in both its internal and external operations. At OpenText GXS we recently identified three trends developing across wholesale banking that […]

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