Host Interface between Attache and your EDI Trading Partners
Nortech’s GoFar EDI software solution provides mailboxes and translation of data for B2B compliance with your Trading Partners, with a direct links to Attache. GoFar EDI includes translation methods for direct real-time integration.
GoFar paperless system includes translation and synchronisation of various catalogues and messages. Orders sent electronically to the warehouse are handled by paperless scanners and desktop computers.
The system may be deployed on a hosted platform. Nortech’s focus is to eliminate bottlenecks ensuring they achieve a positive ROI by implementing a complete and uninterrupted electronic supply chain. GoFar’s integrated B2B process eliminates the following:
With an Integrated B2B system, using GoFar EDI, the following is achieved:
GoFar’s full B2B EDI system allows for much more than simply receiving electronic purchase orders. Electronic information becomes more useful as data becomes available to more than the warehouse and billing department.
Included in translatable messages is PAD (retail sales analysis data). GoFar receives and translates PAD into readable reports for sales analysis. This data can be sent on a daily, weekly or monthly basis and reports detail of store level retail sales. This report can be drilled down to exacting detail for analysis of
This is a useful tool when communicating sales projection and sales adjustments with retail head offices and buyers. The value of this level of communication further enhances the ROI of an integrable system like GoFar EDI.
The GoFar B2B system is a viable and affordable method of linking retailers to suppliers and especially connecting disparate systems, including ERP and WMS systems, into a single supply system. GoFar translators verify and check data, ensuring error-free processing and a thorough and smooth flow through the electronic chain.
All products are uniquely bar-coded with GS1 Global Standards and all B2B messages conform to GSI EANCOM Standards. These standards create an environment capable of electronic input of detailed product, delivery, location, price and sales data. This allows insertion of data electronically in one end of the supply chain to be carried through to fulfilment with no manual interference. Fulfilment rates increase and error rates decrease for all parties involved in the order fulfilment chain.