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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.
Perceptant, the cloud computing integration, messaging and supply chain specialist, has developed a Reverse Logistics Portal to allow manufacturers and 4PLs to control returned and refused stock. The Reverse Logistics Executive Council (RLEC) estimates that Reverse Logistics costs account for … 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
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
It may come as a surprise that many companies have still not reduced the amount of inventory they keep in their supply chains. In a recent post by Dan Gilmore at Supply Chain Digest, he details by industry how many companies … Continue reading
Hospitals expanding use of transaction sets beyond purchase orders to automate more aspects of their purchasing and supply chain management processes, but there is still room for growth While the healthcare industry is often accused of being slow to change, … Continue reading
Forrester Consulting today announced the results of a new multi-client study that focuses on enterprise electronic data interchange (EDI) and business-to-business (B2B) document exchange operations. The findings highlight that enterprises are still using multiple integration solutions, and still face the … Continue reading
“Perceptant iBAM brings FMCG, Manufacturers and their Logistic providers a complete supply chain management solution for the exchange and management of load plans, stock returns, in-cab proof of deliveries and consolidated load tracking”. Perceptant, the cloud computing based Supply Chain … Continue reading
Major retailers are under tremendous pressure to go green and reduce their carbon footprint. To achieve this, they first turned to initiatives close at hand, including the reduction of energy consumption at the store level, product packaging resizing and the … Continue reading