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In the Cloud and Behind the Firewall: Choosing an EDI Integration Solution that Grows with Your Organization
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In the Cloud and Behind the Firewall: Choosing an EDI Integration Solution that Grows with Your Organization


Learn the Benefits of the Scalable Solution, and How to Find the One Best Suited to Your Needs

Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Time: 11:30am EST, 10:30am CST, 9:30am MST, and 8:30am PST

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The EDI integration solution that your organization adopts should offer the flexibility of access from behind the firewall or in a private or public cloud. With this flexibility the solution becomes truly scalable to the growth of the organization. The investment, then, goes towards a solution that can fit the needs of the organization for the long term, rather than a solution that simply fulfills the organization’s needs for the present. This session will further address the business benefits of choosing a scalable EDI integration solution, and what to ask when searching for the solution that’s right for your organization.

Featuring Mike Neadeau, VP Business Development, DiCentral, Ann Grackin, CEO, ChainLink Research and SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore.

Ann Grackin’s white paper will be made available to attendees: “B2B Integration: Making Technology Decisions that Scale with Your Business”.

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What You’ll Learn/Benefits of Attending:

Learn the business benefits of using an EDI integration solution that offers the flexibility and scalability of hosting it on-premise or in the cloud

Learn how to identify the right EDI integration solution for your organization, and what questions to ask when shopping


Who Should Attend:

Business owners/executives, IT and supply chain professionals

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Archived version will be available soon after broadcast.

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Dan Gilmore

Supply Chain Digest

Mike Neadeau

VP Business Development

Mr. Neadeau
is responsible for leading DiCentral’s data integration sales efforts. His experience spans over 12 years of software application solution sales in the supply chain industry. Prior to DiCentral, he was a sales executive at St. Paul Software. Mr. Neadeau earned a BA in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Ann Grackin

ChainLink Research

For more than two decades, Ann Grackin has been on the frontlines of the Supply Chain Management technology and eCommerce frontier, leading global strategy and technology implementations in the high technology, semiconductor, automotive, textile, and apparel industries. Ms. Grackin has served in many capacities in this dynamic environment and worked on global supply chains strategies for some of the leading Fortune 500 firms, with assignments in Asia and Europe and the North America.

As a partner and cofounder of ChainLink Research, Ms. Grackin is responsible for leading the firms Supply Chain strategy. She comes to this position with a parallax view from seeing all angles of the supply chain problem-as an end-user implementer in a global fortune 100 firm, a technologist, a global consultant, an executive in a Supply Chain software firm, a columnist in the leading Supply Chain magazines, and one of the leading analysts in Supply Chain!

Ms. Grackin, a popular speaker and respected writer on supply chain management best practices and technology, is a graduate of the Harvard School of Executive Management and the Sloan School of Strategic Planning.

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