B2B integration has always been a complex process for end users, and the intensity of the integration scenario increases manifold when the data in question is financial.
Adjusting to a parent company’s acquisition is a bane for manufacturing firms. To allay the resulting distress, a robust B2B methodology should be in place to manage large and diverse customer networks.
In Adeptia Connect we have recently added the capability to test your B2B connections before activating them. For example, your connection is pulling all the Inventory Items from NetSuite and converting them into an export file and dropping that file into a Dropbox folder.
In B2B integration marketplace, it is imperative that players take lead in solving persisting challenges for businesses across all markets. Many of these challenges involve diverse customer communities, silo’d B2B methodologies, over-reliance on IT for management of B2B processes, inadequate, or non-existent onboarding strategies, and technological resources without the vision and collaboration required to successfully execute on a B2B strategy.
At Adeptia, our mission is to provide our customers with a B2B methodology to manage large and diverse customer networks in a way that allows them to grow effectively, leverage their existing workforce, maximize profits, and provide a superior customer experience.
We love having conversations with our customers about the ways our product helps them do business. Recently, we’ve talked at length to three customers in particular who have elaborated upon their extensive use of Adeptia Solution in Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) scenarios.
There are B2B solutions, and then there are B2B Gateway solutions that function as your one stop shop for all B2B Integration needs. The B2B Gateway solution is based off of a browser-based, no-code, application where both technical and non-technical users can share and collaborate configurations on how to handle and process EDI and non-EDI data.
As your company receives data files from customers in many different layouts, having a strong data integration capability with easy customer onboarding is essential for successfully integrating your customer data with backend applications.
The basic mechanics, or shall we say the “APIanics,” of API implementation consists of three main parts:
First, the process of API implementation consists of developing a REST API which effectively marshals internal data as well as inputs from other systems in order to process requests.