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Available exclusively through its growing reseller channel, Perceptant, (http://www.perceptant.com), the SaaS software company, today announced the availability of iHUB 5.0, its latest suite of “white-label” cloud-computing based, EDI software and Supply Chain collaboration solutions. Continue reading
With global supply chains under increasing pressure to exchange more and more data, current inefficiencies can often be linked to slow, inaccurate, and poorly defined paper-based workflow and capture processes. Continue reading
Perceptant (www.perceptant.com), a pioneer of business-to-business integration, open EDI and supply chain software solutions, today announced support for Oasis Universal Business Language (UBL), an open xml standard for B2B messaging that facilitates the exchange of catalogue, pricing, stock and transaction information between buyers and suppliers.
Sustainable distribution has created opportunities and challenges for today’s logisticians: previous restrictions on collaboration and ways of working are up for discussion, new technologies that revolutionise visibility are entering the marketplace; but in a world where industry leaders want to … Continue reading
Supply Chain Management (SCM) means many things to many people but fundamentally it’s the management of the flow of materials and services needed to make a product and deliver it to customers. For many companies, it’s an integral part of … Continue reading
Perceptant, once considered a heretic for developing SaaS Supply Chain Management and EDI software is now considered hot property due to a recent report published by ARC. Continue reading
Labyrinth a leading provider of logistics and supply chain consulting and Perceptant, the cloud computing integration and messaging specialists sign significant partnership agreement which aims to finally rid the logistics industry of the fax machine Perceptant (www.perceptant.com), a pioneer of … Continue reading
With the demands placed on global supply chains to exchange more and more data, current inefficiencies can often be linked to slow, inaccurate, and poorly defined paper-based workflow and capture processes. The result is: re-work when processing duplicate invoices, ‘lost’ vendor payment discounts, poor working capital management, and a poor vendor feedback and experience when querying the status of an invoice. The question is – where to begin? Continue reading
B2B Express 2.0, Perceptant’s Global Supply Chain Exchange, is free to use for low messages volumes, however can be cost effectively scaled to deliver fully integrated B2B messaging with SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, Sage, Infor, Epicor, Unit 4 and most leading back office and accounting systems.
Managing your inventory in an effective and efficient manner is a goal that many businesses continue to strive for. One such idea that has been developed and is now in full use is the vendor managed inventory (VMI) system, which if … Continue reading