Cleo VP to Discuss Versatility of Modern B2B Gateway Technology at NEECOM Conference
LOVES PARK, IL — Joe Dupree, vice president of marketing for Cleo, a leading provider of enterprise data integration solutions, will present “Leverage Your EDI Infrastructure for Non-EDI Critical Business Initiatives” on May 6 during the New England Electronic Commerce Users’ Group (NEECOM) annual conference.
The two-day event, scheduled May 6-7 outside Boston, focuses on the latest trends in e-commerce, EDI, and related technologies. Dupree’s session addresses how companies can stretch their EDI technology infrastructure to deliver on other key business-drive IT initiatives, saving money and ensuring business project success.
“In addition to securely and reliably conducting standard e-commerce processes, a modern B2B gateway and EDI infrastructure can be the springboard for meeting a host of other critical business needs,” Dupree said. “Today’s business ecosystem virtually demands enablement of secure file sharing, big data movement, intelligent application integration, data collaboration, high-speed transfers, cloud adoption, business intelligence, predictive analytics, advanced data transformation, and workflow visibility, and progressive software platforms such as Cleo’s deliver the easy setup, use, and flexible extensibility required to make it all happen.”
“Our members are very excited at the lineup of great speakers on our spring 2015 event agenda,” said Ira Keltz, president of NEECOM, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. “We’ve seen many creative uses for EDI technologies over the years in our various members’ businesses, so we are eager to learn from Cleo how to leverage our respective EDI solutions to meet other pressing business needs.”
The New England Electronic Commerce Users’ Group, formerly the New England EDI Users’ Group (NEEDI), is a nonprofit organization established in 1990 whose members include manufacturers, distributors, retailers, hospitals, insurance companies, motor carriers, universities, banks, and government agencies. For more information on the event and the organization, visit www.neecom.org.