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October 4, 2018
Lynne Berg

As you finalize your 2019 budget, knowing what to budget for maintaining your EDI department and functions can feel daunting. It doesn’t need to be! Your business processes are unique and your budget is tight. Despite this, you must process EDI quickly and reliably at a time of high stress with a lot on the

September 24, 2018
Tyler Anderson

Data Communication Solutions (DCS) is excited to announce that we’ll be attending VISUAL Focus 2018. This conference is for those looking to make the most out of their Infor VISUAL ERP. It includes a wide variety of one-on-one consulting sessions, workshop sessions, and exhibits. The event will take place on October 21-24 at Disney’s Coronado

September 17, 2018
Lynne Berg

As you plan your 2019 budget, investing in the modernization and expansion of your EDI/B2B Integration systems may be on the horizon. There are many considerations that would prompt an upgrading and/or migration. Some key factors are: New trading partners New EDI compliance requirements Business growth demanding automation instead of manual processing EDI platform requiring

August 9, 2018
Tyler Anderson

Data Communication Solutions is excited to announce that Lynne Berg has been promoted to president of the company. Lynne has been a member of the DCS team since 2010. Prior to becoming president, she held the position of Business and Marketing Director. During her time at DCS, Lynne has been responsible for all business operations

August 2, 2018
Tyler Anderson

United Natural Foods – or UNFI – announced last week that it has acquired the Minnesota-based grocery store chain SuperValu for $2.9 billion. This purchase gives UNFI access to 3,323 wholesale stores. UNFI has also bought SuperValu’s retail division, which includes stores such as Cub Foods and Shoppers. This purchase is part of a broader

July 25, 2018
DCS

For decades, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has helped the supply chain, manufacturing and distribution keep the industry moving products that are distributed to the mass market by retailers such as Target, Amazon, Walmart, Lowes, and more. EDI, with its global connectivity capabilities, extends a company’s reach to a broader network of trading partners throughout the