Optimized Network to Onboard Trading Partners
WAYNE, PA: Elemica, a provider of supply chain operating network for process industries, offers its patented ‘come as you are’ technology, to seamlessly communicate across the network and execute an effective strategy for companies undergoing divestiture or a merger and acquisition (DM&A) activities.
Elemica’s technology is specifically designed to create real-time visibility and orchestration across disparate systems combining them into a single system which helps industries to run their business processes more efficiently. With 15 years of experience in the industry, Elemica’s enterprise network powers the automation of business processes using Universal Business Documents (UBDs) to handle communications, exchange master data elements and manage configurations, which further helps companies within the network to work together effortlessly.
Elemica’s deep expertise and unique approach helps industries efficiently manage their order management, vendor managed inventory, logistics processes, global supply management, and more. For managing these business processes efficiently, Elemica integrates the company’s ERP with trading partners, to get transactional data, ensuring seamless information flow and speed process execution, while reducing cost.
“Our company allows clients to connect with suppliers, customers or their logistics providers, through a business network; we are the perfect coactions of supply chain processes,” says John Blyzinskyj, CEO, Elemica. “In DM&A activity, adhering to timelines is the ultimate priority. Elemica understands this, and has successfully aided the execution of numerous mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures on behalf of our clients,” adds Chris Cameron, Vice President, Customer Solutions at Elemica.
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