When You Can’t Do Business with the New Business You Just Landed

It’s an exciting time for your company! Your business has caught on in a big way and generated a lot of positive momentum, leading you to expand operations, further invest in people and partners, and sign on new customers every day. It’s time to start making new money.

But what happens when you open business with them and can’t automatically accept their first purchase order because your ERP system doesn’t accept EDI docs?

‘Extremely Easy to Use’: Customer Finds Not All AS2 is Created Equal

Ever switched phone companies before? Maybe you and your family moved to a new neighborhood or bounced around among AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and others looking for the best deals on cellphone plans, but you wanted to keep your respective telephone numbers.

When consumers want to switch service carriers but also want to keep their current phone number, companies can port the number over, most commonly from landline to landline, landline to mobile, mobile to landline, and mobile to mobile.

The Quest for True B2B Amid the Allure of All Things Cloud

This is Part 2 of a three-part blog series in which Cleo CEO Mahesh Rajasekharan explores the pros and cons of iPaaS integration and why its B2B capabilities fall short in a time where organizations need expanded B2B integration more than ever. Part 1 cautions buyers to be wary of “diet B2B.”

The evolution of information exchange and business integration means these once manual, analog processes have become much more automated, programmable, and predictable.

Beware of ‘Diet B2B’ When the Recipe Calls for Full-Flavored B2B Integration

This is Part 1 of a three-part blog series in which Cleo CEO Mahesh Rajasekharan explores the pros and cons of iPaaS integration and why its B2B capabilities fall short in a time where organizations need expanded B2B integration more than ever.

We recently happened to stumble upon a 2015 blog post from Gartner analyst Benoit Lheureux, who talks through an answer to his own interesting question: Why do so many businesses depend on B2B networks in the age of APIs?

Let Cleo Manage Your B2B Integration in the Cloud

There is a B2B renaissance happening, and you’re probably already aware of it.

As companies grow, so do the volumes of data being generated and the complexity of new integration requirements. How do you improve data process efficiency to accelerate collaboration without disrupting current operations? How do you ensure new customers can submit an order and get confirmation on Day One? 

What All Companies Should Know About Their B2B Integration Technology

What does it really mean to connect to people and systems that you can’t control, like your partners and customers? And could you actually gain back that control and maintain security and compliance over your business data?

Cleo’s Jim Albright and Frank Kenney, a leading expert in business integration technologies and former Gartner analyst, talk about how a B2B approach to your integration strategy will provide the control, security, and compliance, but also the scalability to take on new integration use cases and deliver faster and more secure data processing and monitoring.

How a Global E-Invoicing Powerhouse Delivered Maximum Uptime to Customers

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.