B2BGateway's EDI Solution Integrated for Tuatara's MYOB Advanced
FREMONT, CA: Tuatara Brewing, a dealer in craft beer business, with an aim to improve supply chain efficiencies, cut costs, and to scale growth has enlisted help of B2BGateway to integrate EDI with their MYOB Advanced ERP system. The recommendation came from renowned ANZ MYOB VAR Walker Scott so that Tuatara can automate the sending and receiving of warehouse ship orders and warehouse ship receipts with their outsourced 3PL, Toll Logistics.
Tuatara’s recent announcement regarding implementation of B2BGateway’s EDI solution for MYOB Advanced is to streamline their communication process with its Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) Toll Logistics. The integration will further help to remove the need for the Toll staff to manually re-key data, implicating reduction in errors, lower labor costs, and faster communications with their 3PL. Jason Brown, Operations Manager, Tuatara Brewing Company stated, “By fully integrating the B2BGateway EDI solution with our MYOB Advanced ERP system the Toll staff will save numerous hours each month from manual data entry. As we continue expand, we will be using B2BGateway’s EDI solutions to communicate orders and invoices with some of our larger customers.”
B2BGateways’s cloud based EDI solution for MYOB Advanced provides communications, data translation and mapping functionalities required by Tuatara Brewing Company. Tuatara is a rapidly growing and multi-award winning brewer of hand-crafted beers.
Dante Dell’Agnese, Director of Sales ANZ, B2BGateway, added, “As MYOB Advanced’s EDI solution partner, B2BGateway was delighted to be introduced to Tuatara Brewing Company by leading MYOB VAR, Walker Scott. B2BGateway has recently partnered with MYOB Advanced and our EDI solution is fully integrated with the MYOB Advanced users’ system. MYOB Advanced customers of B2BGateway are also given access to the B2BGateway Client Portal where the user can control all their EDI functionality, view reports and add new trading relationships as required.”
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