Data Communication Solutions has helped many companies find the best EDI solutions. Over the course of our work with a client, one of our EDI specialists helped out a company we had never even worked with before. In January 2019, a major food redistribution company updated their SHA1 certificate. The update was set to go
The Business Need Atlantic Natural Foods is a North Carolina-based producer of plant-based proteins. They first contacted Data Communication Solutions (DCS) for help with EDI mapping in Cadacus for Syspro. Ultimately, however, they chose to move all of their servers. DCS was tasked with moving Atlantic Natural Foods’ communication software, Lexicom, including all of its
The Business Need The Allen Company is an American manufacturer of hunting and fishing equipment. They had a unique situation on their hands. Allen’s customer was unable to send EDI purchase orders (850). However, they required Allen to return an EDI invoice (810) to them. Allen turned to Data Communication Solutions (DCS) to find the
Carling Technologies is a Connecticut-based manufacturer of products including circuit breakers, switches, and controls. They needed help processing their Advanced Ship Notices, or ASNs for short, due to industry changes to the format. Carling turned to Data Communication Solutions (DCS) to get the job done. DCS Consultant Dawn Stevens was in charge of the project.
The Business Need Wholesome Sweeteners is a Texas-based producer of sugars, molasses, syrups, stevia, and honey. They had customers who were requesting EDI transactions including purchase orders, invoices, and advance ship notices. They turned to Data Communication Solutions (DCS) for help in setting up BizLink™ EDI to automate their order processes. Specifically, they needed help
Business Need Indiana Automotive Fasteners, Inc. is a company headquartered in Greenfield, Indiana that produces fasteners for the automotive industry. They were unable to communicate with key customers in Mexico and Europe, including Volkswagen, Tesla, Honda, and Toyota. This put a strain on Indiana Automotive’s business as they were unable to deliver their products, resulting
The Business Need Carling Technologies is an international manufacturer whose products include switches, controls, and circuit breakers. They needed to automate their order processes in their United Kingdom office and create new EDIFACT maps. They were overwhelmed with the amount of manual work they faced, resulting in discrepancies and other issues. In order to streamline
The Business Need United Refrigeration Inc. (URI) is a distributor of refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating parts and equipment. They needed basic training on the fundamentals of EDI as a prerequisite for training on how to use their EDI and ERP systems. URI reached out to Data Communication Solutions (DCS) for help. DCS EDI Specialist Jasper Abeyta took on
The Business Need Kimber Manufacturing, Inc. is a New York-based manufacturing company. One of their trading partners is Cabela’s. Kimber needed help with processing 852 Data Activity for VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory). A customer of Data Communication Solutions (DCS) since 2013, Kimber turned to us for assistance. DCS EDI specialist Beth Moyer handled the project.
When it comes to the electronic exchange of data (EDI), security is always an important factor. The secure transmission of data is enabled by SSL, which provides encryption and authentication. The algorithm used by most SSL certificates, SHA, has recently transitioned from one version to another. Data Communication Solutions (DCS) recently helped a client get