Cleo recently released the latest version of our Cleo Clarify™ data transformation solution, a key B2B component of the Cleo Integration Suite, and we’re happy to say that it features a number of security and functional enhancements designed to enable organizations to better achieve their business integration requirements.
A 2016 Billentis market report estimates more than 370 billion electronic invoices will be transmitted around the globe this year alone. And with complex mandates varying by region, by country, and even by city, e-invoicing is never a one-size-fits-all solution. The complexity required for meeting every compliance mandate while easily facilitating such a critical business process cannot be understated.
Fax-based workflows are still a critical part of educational institutions across the U.S. today, and many heavily rely on paper documents to exchange student information, registration forms, and transcript data with parents, colleges, and other outside parties.
One school district in Arizona sought to improve communications and reduce costs associated with faxing.
It’s a new year, and it’s high time for businesses to embrace the coming trends in strategic technology. Cleo’s Vice President of Solutions Dave Brunswick, in an article for Virtual Strategy magazine, on what 2017 has in store for enterprise integration.
The main theme for integration technology in the new year, Brunswick writes, revolves around one word: easy.
The rise of technology to securely and reliably exchange critical business information in the transportation and trucking industry continues as the explosion of digital data vastly changes the way companies do business, but the characteristics of this technology – and how it’s delivered – also are taking on new forms.
This week Cleo hosts its an important customer summit in Chicago for industry IT leaders and Cleo experts to collaborate the future of integration innovation. The main goal: Collaborate and carve a path for how organizations can best meet emerging integration requirements that support modern business objectives.
The two-day customer advisory event brings together Cleo executives, advisers, and most importantly, customers, who will jointly participate in shaping how companies will continue to embrace integration technology as a strategy for digital business transformation.
On Thursday, Sept. 29, Cleo CEO Mahesh Rajasekharan, Ph.D., will be a guest speaker on the International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA) EDI panel to discuss best practices and innovative solutions for improving warehouse EDI integration.
The panel is part of the 2016 Technology & Operations Solutions for Warehousing Conference in Pittsburgh, which features interactive educational opportunities and a vendor exposition where attendees can learn about the latest products and services for warehouse technology and operations professionals, including EDI integration technology.
Big data analytics drive a massive part of the technology innovation taking place in business today. Cleo for decades has served its great customers with fast, efficient, secure, and scalable integration solutions, and the same proven technology behind these solutions now enables much of the success of big data projects via the big data integration gateway.
The announced end of life for IBM Sterling Connect:Enterprise went into effect in April of this year, which means IBM support for the solution stopped months ago. Yet, a number of customers and prospects we talk to are still grappling with how to proceed forward with something that’s crucial to their daily B2B transactions.
Cleo recently hosted a highly informative webinar with independent consultant, managed file transfer expert, and former Gartner analyst Frank Kenney. In the webinar, titled “Prepare for the Future of Managed File Transfer,” Mr. Kenney, along with Cleo CTO John Thielens, discuss the continuing importance of managed file transfer today, and the ongoing relevance this foundational component of enterprise technology has to solve information-centric use cases surrounding data movement and integration, including big data and IoT.