Creating a Unified Supply Chain with TrueCommerce

By Admin Robert Wood posted 02-25-2021 09:15


In today’s interconnected world, a disjointed supply chain simply doesn’t cut it. Whether you operate a manufacturing brand, a retail store, or an eCommerce venture, having connected technology is essential to managing your supply chain from end to end.

If your ERP is a powerhouse, integrations are the cords that bring that power to every part of your business, electrifying your supply chain and giving you a competitive edge. TrueCommerce’s unified commerce ERP integrations work with more than 25 leading systems, from Sage to Acumatica, to NetSuite, to SAP, and more. We offer solutions ranging from an innovative eCommerce platform, to cloud-based EDI, to an integrated pack and ship solution designed to accelerate your order-to-cash cycle. With global recognition from research firms like Gartner and IDC, plus G2 leader status and four years of awards from SupplyChainBrain, it’s no wonder that thousands of businesses, from startups to the global fortune 500, rely on us.

A unified supply chain starts with a unified commerce platform, which brings all your supply chain operations together. The TrueCommerce Foundry Platform offers the best of unified commerce, with control at your fingertips in a , and a cloud-based architecture that lets you see and manage your supply chain from anywhere. Here are just a few ways TrueCommerce Foundry can get you more connected, more supported, and more prepared for what’s next.

Integrated EDI: To compete at a global level, your business needs to be able to react quickly to changes in the market. This Practical Guide to Electronic Data Interchange explains how EDI automates key documents to and from your trading partners, providing real-time visibility into orders from start to finish.

Pack & Ship: Drop shipping was a breakout star in 2020, and pack and ship integrations made it easy for TrueCommerce customers to connect eCommerce to fulfillment for faster shipping and happier customers.

eCommerce: A truly integrated eCommerce offering lets you manage your B2B and B2C online storefronts from a single portal, while bringing eCommerce orders directly to your ERP for rapid processing. Check out this video to see how it works!

Supplier Enablement: Supplier collaboration is the lifeblood of wholesale and retail operations. With supplier enablement, you can streamline communication with all your suppliers, whether they use EDI, a web EDI portal, Excel sheets or even PDFs.

Product Information Management (PIM): As your business expands across channels, you need to be able to present a consistent brand image, and compelling content that turns digital shoppers into loyal customers. With Product Information Management, you can view and update content from all your sources, and syndicate it to wherever you sell.

In our next blog, we’ll take a dive into the world of EDI, giving you the details on why it’s so important, how it works, and the benefits of integrating EDI into your ERP. But if you want to learn more about EDI right now, check out our latest blog on how EDI can help you manage your operations remotely.

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