The need for EDI to power the exchange of information between manufacturers and the retail operations that bring their products to market is well known and understood. Prior to even becoming a vendor, manufacturers must often provide proof of being able to meet the stringent requirements placed on manufacturing operations by national and often even regional retailers. Beyond the simple reality of having to comply with these mandates, however, is the well known fact that mistakes in the exchange of EDI data - or worse yet - mistakes in shipments are often large profit centers for retailers, often at the expense of the manufacturers who can afford the penalties the least.
EMANIO TPI 360 helps manufacturing organizations not only to comply with EDI mandates, but to do so with unmatched speed and accuracy, giving manufacturers the peace of mind of knowing that their goods will come to market in a timely fashion unencumbered by artificial delays brought on by faulty EDI software. Beyond this level of peace of mind TPI 360 also brings an entirely new opportunity to manufacturers who rely on EDI for their revenue. TPI 360 uncovers data hidden within the stream of EDI, data that is invaluable in helping manufacturing companies better understand their retailers, their markets and ultimately the key drivers that ensure profitability and long term growth.
Ensure compliance with EDI mandates to guarantee trading partner status with retailers. Provide accurate, timely and rapid delivery of information pertaining to transactions directly to and from the in-house ERP and accounting systems. Benefit from an unmatched level of knowledge and transparency by leveraging dashboard-based and ad-hoc reporting that combines data from EDI as well as in-house systems
At EMANIO we believe that people become inspired and more productive when they are efficient and empowered to contribute, unbounded by the tools they use. That drives us to create products that adapt to your organization, your processes and your culture, leveraging creativity and freeing your organization from the artificial constraints of poorly designed software.
With rapidly changing and unpredictable economic conditions, manufacturing companies must continue to strive to achieve the lowest possible cost of operation while delivering the highest feasible quality of product and service. Achieving this level of service quality is no longer dependent on simply being EDI compliant and providing accurate information, it is also dependent on having the type of knowledge and market insight that only comes with having true, in-depth, familiarity with your retail operations and with your sales channels.