Revolutionizing EDI, Doppio Group Integrated New Solution to SPS Retail Network
SAN FRANCISCO: Lately, Doppio Group’s newly integrated solution to the SPS Retail Network for companies running Infor M3 is inspiring EDI. The solution aims to improve the way suppliers and retailers use Infor M3 software to achieve flexibility in its operation, scale and technology.
This partnership milestone was so critical that Erik Kiser, CEO of Doppio Group states, "Without our integrated solution to SPS Commerce, there’s no other solution to meet the omnichannel demands of our customers."
Doppio Group, which provides Infor M3 globally, offers its integrated packaged solutions to integrate both, EDI Order Fulfillment and 3PL solutions, to retail network. Over the last two years, Doppio group has substantiated the value of integration with almost ten different suppliers. Company’s proven project methodology allows customers from fresh trading partners to quickly scale their retailer networks in a period of a week. Doppio’s integration with SPS Commerce puzzles out majority of customers issues like limited visibility into automated data, slow trading partner enablement, out-dated software stack, and monthly chargeback from retailers.
From a financial perspective, the integration solution between the two would transit the EDI environment to a source of increased income for their customers rather being a cost center. Chargeback eliminations provide straightaway benefit by reducing the cost of transaction taking place with retailers. Moreover, the reduced amount of time in retailer enablement aids customers in processing more transactions with respective retailers.
As an immediate business benefit, the semipermanent result of the integrated solution would provide a managed EDI environment powering Infor M3 companies to scale.
"Our partnership with SPS Commerce has led to major improvement to the Infor M3 community. Together we are lowering operating cost, establishing new relationships between supplier and retailers, and appropriating our customers to concentrate on solving high-level business initiatives," Erik Kiser furthers on the solution's benefit.
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