Developed using Sage’s Web Services, TrueCommerce Transaction Manager™ is the most robust, complete, and easy-to-use EDI integration for Sage ERP X3. Backed by best-in-class EDI service and support, this cloud integration, certified by Sage, offers the scalability, automation and configurability that Sage ERP X3 users require.
“The use of Sage’s Web Services to maximize the efficiency and performance of our newly released integration for Sage ERP X3 will give users confidence that their EDI solution is secure, scalable and reliable,” said
TrueCommerce Transaction Manager supports a comprehensive range of integrated documents across sales orders, invoices, purchase order acknowledgements and deliveries. Built-in item translation, price verification, lot tracking and other validation capabilities eliminate manual data entry while ensuring optimum efficiency and order accuracy. Outbound advance ship notice (ASN) integration supports no pack, pick and pack and standard; giving the user the ability to comply with trading partner requirements.
“To meet the demands of large retailers and successfully manage business growth, companies in the manufacturing and distribution markets need highly efficient order fulfillment—and that, in turn, requires seamless, reliable integration between their ERP and EDI systems,” stated
Sage ERP X3 users can further enhance order fulfillment productivity and efficiency with a full range of software add-ons from TrueCommerce. For example, TrueCommerce Scheduler can automate all integrated EDI transactions to streamline everyday activities. Compatibility with TrueCommerce EDI Labeling automates the creation of UCC/GS1-128 compliant, barcoded labels; and the TrueCommerce Shipping Module integrates TrueCommerce EDI with shipping systems from leading carriers like FedEx and UPS.
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