There are many benefits to working with a third-party consultant like Data Communication Solutions (DCS) for your B2B integration. You can make the most of your systems and streamline your processes without overloading your staff or impacting your daily operations. You can also profit from system and industry expertise, leveraging many years of combined experience and in-depth knowledge.

The DCS model is unique within the B2B services world because we don’t require you to use a specific product or methodology. We work with you to understand your business needs and design an efficient, cost-effective system to meet them. You tell us what you want to accomplish, and we help you identify and implement the best system to do it.

Realize These Benefits by Choosing DCS!

  • Choose your System

    Select the best system for your business needs. You aren’t limited to a proprietary system and can choose from best-in-class software to leverage all available technology. By purchasing directly, you will avoid ongoing service, transaction, and volume fees. Plus the system now becomes a capital asset, allowing you to make the most of your budget

  • Own your Maps

    The EDI development work done for each trading partner belongs to you. You own the source code and can choose your preferred long-term maintenance method. You can make updates internally, through DCS, or through another third party of your choice

  • Control Your Technology

    You choose when to upgrade the system and maps. You’re in control allowing you to get the flexibility you need to match your business needs and budget.

  • Leverage EDI Expertise

    DCS offers a collective 100+ years of EDI experience across many industries, platforms, and business systems. We know the EDI requirements of the major players in every industry and have experience implementing all types of EDI relationships.

Let’s Compare!

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  • Software agnostic – choose the system that’s best for you.

  • Own your EDI software and development work (maps). 

  • Higher initial cost, but no monthly fees.

  • Time and materials billing.

  • Dedicated resources.

Alternative EDI Options

  • Locked into a proprietary system.

  • Maps belong to the vendor and cannot be ported to other systems.

  • Perpetual monthly fees.

  • One-size-fits-all pricing.

  • Revolving assignment.