The latest mega data breach that disclosed nearly 200 million U.S. voter registration files is not only troubling but also very telling of scope and impact: It has the potential to become the compelling event that forces institutions and companies to look more closely at their overall big data processes.
So many aspects of running a successful business hinge on the technology stack that’s powering the organization’s operational workflows. While innovative solutions are critical, they can become extremely complex and unwieldy as the business grows, and often consume too much time and effort.
The simple fact is, people don’t start businesses to become IT managers.
Mondetta Clothing Co. has come a long way since its days producing the wildly popular shirts and sweaters adorned with flags two decades ago. With the apparel and activewear manufacturer evolving its product lines, expanding its global presence, and recently signing on two-time “Dancing with Stars” champion Julianne Hough as the face of its MPG line, the sky is the limit for Mondetta.
When we asked an “always growing” transportation and logistics organization why it was using Cleo, three things stood out in that response: reliability, speed of partner onboarding, and visibility into its critical business data flows.
“Knowing is the best part,” said Glenn Jansen, director of IT for Hogan, a transportation and logistics company based in St.
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?
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.
This is Part 3 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”, and Part 2 examines the quest for true B2B in a cloud-obsessed world.
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.
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?
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?