HighJump TrueCommerce EDI Solutions Now Offers Web-Based EDI Integration For Sage 100 ERP Users
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced that its TrueCommerce EDI Solutions Group now offers a web-based (Software-as-a-Service) version of its market-leading EDI solution for users of Sage 100 ERP (formerly Sage ERP MAS 90 and 200) business management software.
Organizations that integrate Sage 100 ERP with the web-based version of TrueCommerce Transaction Manager™ will benefit from all the same features and functionality that users of the on-premise version of Transaction Manager enjoy. Integration of EDI and ERP systems helps streamline the fulfillment process while improving accuracy and meeting customer EDI requirements.
The choice of a web-based solution offers Sage 100 ERP users the advantage of anytime/anywhere access with no maintenance, backup or update requirements and no need to purchase additional hardware or software. The on-premise version of TrueCommerce Transaction Manager for Sage 100 ERP is ideal for organizations that prefer to manage their own deployments.
“Web-based EDI is a popular choice for businesses that are new to EDI and want to keep things as simple as possible,” said Nick Manolis, Vice President and General Manager, TrueCommerce EDI Solutions Group. “TrueCommerce has enabled many Sage customers to successfully integrate their EDI and ERP environments, and we are pleased to offer both web-based and on-premise options to better meet each organization’s specific needs.”
The only EDI solution exclusively endorsed and distributed by Sage, TrueCommerce Transaction Manager for Sage 100 ERP delivers the most complete, easy-to-use and affordable EDI integration for Sage 100 ERP. Backed by best-in-class EDI service and support, both the web-based and on-premise TrueCommerce solutions leverage the native Sage Business Objects interface, ensuring a seamless integration that enforces all Sage business rules for smooth alignment with existing processes.
“HighJump Software offers cloud-based solutions for transportation management, route accounting and warehouse management. The addition of EDI to our cloud computing portfolio gives HighJump customers another way to leverage the business benefits of hosted services as they increase the efficiency of their operations,” stated Russell Fleischer, CEO, HighJump Software.
TrueCommerce Transaction Manager supports integration with Sage 100 ERP’s sales order and purchase order modules, which include purchase orders, advance ship notices and invoices as well as warehouse/third-party logistics (3PL) and receipt of goods transactions. Built-in process controls validate purchase orders and invoices to ensure accuracy, reducing errors and chargebacks. In addition, with TrueCommerce Scheduler, users can automate and schedule a wide range of everyday sales and purchasing tasks, such as sending, receiving, importing and exporting EDI transactions.
About HighJump Software Inc.
HighJump Software is a global provider of supply chain management software that streamlines the flow of inventory and information from supplier to store shelf. More than 4,500 customers worldwide have transformed their supply chains using HighJump Software. HighJump Software solutions for distribution and logistics, direct store delivery, trading partner connectivity, mobility and manufacturing include: warehouse management systems, transportation management systems, route accounting systems, manufacturing execution, mobile sales, ERP data collection and the TrueCommerce™ EDI Solutions Platform. Functionally rich and highly adaptable HighJump Software solutions support growing and evolving businesses in distribution, food and beverage, 3PL, retail, healthcare and consumer goods industries.
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