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I recently attended an EDI enablement session that included a REMEDI client as a speaker addressing how industry specific requirements impact his company's EDI and integration environments.  The client is in the distribution industry, of which EDI is the backbone to any company in that industry that wants to meet the demands of its customers and various trading partners.  These demands include doing everything that they do faster, more effectively, and cheaper than their competitor to ensure excellent relationships with their customers and trading partners while maintaining as much profitability in a razor-thin margin industry.  

Inc. magazine ranked REMEDI Electronic Commerce Group #3922 on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, themost prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look atthe most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent smallbusinesses. 

July 13th marked the 22nd anniversary of REMEDI Electronic Commerce Group (aka REMEDI Consulting Company in the early days).  The REMEDI team would like to thank clients present and past for trusting us with their EDI, B2Bi, MFT, and application integration initiatives.  I would also like to thank our integration team members, thought leaders, and partners for delivering their best to our clients every day. For without their efforts we have no "product" at all.

In looking back to the early days, it's interesting to see the many ways EDI / integration professionals and tool sets have transformed during our time in business.

I took a hiatus from my IBM products review and now I am back to move to the next rung of the ladder….communicate.

Capitalizing on Our Freedoms!

Posted by April Watts

Jul 13, 2016 2:34:47 PM

This past week, we celebrated the 4th of July.  This holiday is often filled with family gatherings, fireworks, cookouts and remembering our Freedoms that we enjoy.  In a recent blog that I read by John C. Maxwell he states, “I’ve often said that while we can’t choose what happens to us, we can choose how we respond to what happens to us.”  He references one of my favorite quotes by Viktor Frankl. “Between stimulus and response there is a space.  In that space is our power to choose our response.  In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”  You can read more of Mr. Maxwell’s blog at http://www.johnmaxwell.com/blog/celebrating-your-freedoms