Sunday, August 05, 2012

Webcast covering EAI and EDI Services capabilities

Integration Evolved - EDI

Defying analyst predictions pronouncing the death of EDI more than a decade ago, IT investment continues to grow. Today 80 percent of B2B transactions, representing between $5 trillion and $7 trillion in trade, are conducted with EDI.

Developing mature EDI and AS2 capability is a strategic imperative for organizations that engage in electronic commerce or must comply with regulatory requirements. As the cost of traditional, secure networking both on-premise and in the cloud continues to drop, and the economies of scale delivered by cloud computing become more compelling, there's never been a better time to consider how the Microsoft platform can help you plan and future proof your EDI strategy.

Join Abhilash Shanmugan, Neudesic's Connected Systems Practice Director, Microsoft Virtual Technology Specialist, and two-time BizTalk MVP, for a look at how the exciting new EDI capabilities of the Microsoft platform can lower barriers of entry, whether your EDI strategy is purely focused on-premise or you're interested in the benefits that PaaS can deliver.

Whether you're looking to reduce operational costs of your EDI infrastructure, have suppliers that demand EDI integration in manufacturing, retail and supply chain management, or need to comply with healthcare regulations such as HIPPA, you'll learn how to plan your EDI investment and realize the benefits of contemporary capabilities available both on-premise and in the cloud

Thursday - August 9, 2012
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT

With the landscape shifting to a platform-oriented, capability-driven approach to application integration, more of our clients are seeking guidance as they plan for the future.
Be one of 3 registrants to receive a complimentary 90-minute briefing with a Connected Systems architect to review how current capabilities of BizTalk Server, WCF, WF, Windows Server AppFabric, Neuron ESB and Azure Service Bus can help your organization build best-in-class, on-premise and hybrid composite solutions that will shape your future platform strategy.

Watch past installments of our Integration Evolved series:

Enabling Hybrid Composition On-Premise and Beyond

Maximize Customer Experience with Dynamics CRM Application Integration

Driving Innovation with SAP On-Premise and Beyond