HighJump adds EDI

HighJump Software (Booth 4572) has added trading partner integration and EDI capabilities to its suite of supply chain execution software applications.

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HighJump Software (Booth 4572) has added trading partner integration and EDI capabilities to its suite of supply chain execution software applications.

The new capabilities are the result of TrueCommerce EDI Solutions Group, which was acquired by HighJump in October 2010.

“This expanded trading partner connectivity provides our customers with a comprehensive, single-source solution for EDI and supply chain software,” said Chad Collins, VP of marketing and strategy.

The EDI and integration solutions enable the two-way flow of information between HighJump’s supply chain solutions and the EDI platform, resulting in seamless information flow as product moves from a supplier all the way to the store shelf. The combination of supply chain software and a trading partner integration network ensures a consistency across business processes and the accuracy of the information exchanged between trading partners.

“With the addition of trading partner integration, our customers are even better equipped for visibility across the supply chain and consistent and accurate communication with customers and supplier organizations,” Collins said. 

ProMat 2011 will be held March 21 - 24, 2011 at McCormick Place South in Chicago. The tradeshow will showcase the latest manufacturing, distribution and supply chain solutions in the material handling and logistics industry.

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