DiCentral’s B2B Integration Solution Helps Reduce LongLat’s Order Fulfillment Process by 15 Percent.
HOUSTON - September 28, 2016 DiCentral, a leading innovator in B2B integration solutions, announced today that LongLat, Inc. one of the largest manufacturers of second generation luggage, selected DiCentral’s EDI-integrated solutions to help the company comply with retailer guidelines and automate order processing.
The implementation allowed LongLat to conform to retailers’ B2B integration requirements, reduce manual data entry and cut 25 percent of manual errors. Additionally, DiCentral helped LongLat reduce the entire order fulfillment process by 15%, resulting in improved customer relations.
“EDI compliance was extremely important, and it was impossible to continue processing orders manually. We needed a solution that could scale and automate our fulfillment process into our SAP Business One system,” President of LongLat Parkson Liang said. “The DiCentral solution has allowed us to reduce manual activity in the order fulfillment process and seamlessly integrate data with SAP Business One, which ultimately allowed us to comply with the increasing demand from our retailers and improve customer satisfaction.”
DiCentral’s EDI integration solution provides SAP Business One integration, secure B2B communications, data transformation, business rule analytics, and trading partner community management, which allows clients like LongLat to ensure EDI compliance with a growing customer base.
“DiCentral strives to assist companies like LongLat increase visibility and improve automation through cloud-based B2B integration solutions,” President and CEO of DiCentral Thuy Mai said.
“Our goal is to help companies achieve significant ROI from their ERP implementation by leveraging the data B2B integration provides.”
For more information about DiCentral’s B2B integration solutions, please see http://www.dicentral.com
Founded in 2000, DiCentral is a leading global provider of B2Bi Managed Services headquartered in Houston, Texas with 10 offices worldwide supporting customers in over 27 countries. DiCentral’s services and solutions are singularly focused on B2B integration and used by many of the Fortune 1000, processing over $200 billion in transactions for over 30,000 organizations worldwide. The company’s vertical expertise transcends Automotive, Retail, Distribution, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Health Care, 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. For more information, please visit http://www.dicentral.com
LongLat Inc. is a vertically integrated company with its headquarters and warehouse based in Clifton, New Jersey. In order to help simplify travelers with the rigors of everyday traveling, it recognizes the growing demands from many global and national branded partners for key products that are simply innovative, functional, and stylish. LongLat Inc.'s ability to control every step of the manufacturing process has made it possible to achieve the highest quality products to the travelling users. LongLat Inc. has recently acquired one of the oldest American luggage brands in the industry, “American Flyer” which specializes in luggage sets, duffels, totes, backpacks, and travel accessories. They are also working with rapidly growing brands including Shanghai based designer Jenni Chan, renowned New York based Pop Artist Ed Heck, and its newest outdoors adventures brand Swiss Cargo.
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Founding member and executive at Dicentral, a global B2B integration company with over 20 years of solving complex supply chain integration problems. I am passionate about helping people in the retail, automotive and healthcare industries achieve revenue growth through a better understanding of the world of connected commerce. Frequently published, sought after speaker and host of “The Connected Show”, a video blog that connects our viewers to the people and news that influence today’s integrated supply chains.More Content by Peter Edlund