Bamboo Essentials Company Labels DiCentral a Credibility Booster

January 6, 2021

Growing its Network of Retail Trade Partners

The Future Is Bamboo, a fast-growing Canadian-based supplier of affordable, eco-friendly bamboo essentials to big box stores, grocery stores and pharmacies, turned to DiCentral, a leading global provider of business-to-business integration (B2Bi) Managed Services, to scale its trading partner onboarding process and company growth.

The environment-friendly manufacturer leverages DiCentral’s EDI solutions to automate ordering and invoicing for its well-known retail trade partners, including Harmon Face Value, Bulk Barn, Metro and Federated Coop Limited.

“We researched different EDI companies, and it was a ‘no brainer’ to choose DiCentral,” said Mathieu Simard, CEO and co-founder at The Future Is Bamboo. “We read consistently good reviews about DiCentral and saw they had the most sensible pricing as well.”

Simard adds that DiCentral’s solutions are easy to deploy and backed by excellent technical support that is highly regarded among Simard’s team. The Future Is Bamboo partners with DiCentral to optimize its supply chain processes including invoicing, advanced shipping notices (ASNs), and shipping labels.

“Using DiCentral adds credibility to our brand because it instantly shows we’re ready for bigger accounts,” said Naomi Berg, a co-founder at The Future Is Bamboo. “It’s important for us as a brand to have the right tools to fulfill orders, bolster our relationships with trading partners, and grow along the way.”

Products from The Future Is Bamboo, including a wide variety of oral and personal care products, are available in more than 2,000 stores throughout North America with no signs of slowing. DiCentral helps enable this notable growth through quick onboarding of new trade partners and reduced ordering errors. The company’s appeal includes numerous certifications, including P.E.T.A.’s vegan and cruelty free accreditation, BPA free, Health Canada registered, and FSC (Responsible Forestry). Its customers continue to turn to its affordable eco-friendly products as they look for sustainable and versatile substitutes for plastic everyday essentials. 

“DiCentral is privileged to partner with an upcoming influencer of societal impacts to scale their business processes and collaboration with major retailers,” said Thuy Mai, CEO at DiCentral. “Scaling the invoicing and shipping process can cement and invigorate a trade partnership, and we’re proud to play a role in their success.”

For more information about The Future Is Bamboo, visit www.thefutureisbamboo.com.

 

About DiCentral
Founded in 2000, DiCentral is a leading global provider of B2Bi managed services. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, DiCentral has 11 offices worldwide supporting customers in more than 35 countries. DiCentral’s services and solutions are singularly focused on B2B integration and are used by many Fortune 1000 companies, processing over $200 billion in transactions for over 30,000 organizations worldwide. The company’s vertical expertise transcends through the automotive, retail, distribution, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, healthcare, energy and financial services. DiCentral provides turn-key cloud-based B2Bi managed services, which allows organizations to connect and exchange critical business documents with their trading community. The core components of the managed services offering include ERP integration, secure B2B communications, data transformation, business rule analytics, inventory management and trading partner community management. The company develops and markets a complementary suite of supply chain applications. Visit www.dicentral.com.

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