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Middleware Build vs Buy – An on going debate – Episode 6

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Middleware buy vs build. Today we released the second episode of Integration TV’s 2012 season. The feature interview this episode is with Hollis Tibbetts, of Artemis Ventures, in Austin, Texas, a leading integration expert who discusses the pros and cons of buy vs build. Hollis like most experts in the field believe there is greater […]

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Middleware and The Long Tail of Integration

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 The other day I was cleaning out a pile of old magazines and came across the October 2004 issue of Wired with the article by Chris Anderson called The Long Tail. Chris published a book in 2006 on the subject, which was followed by a TED talk in 2007, where he takes a concept from statistics to […]

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Free Webinar: Why Every Company Needs a Data Integration Strategy

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Webstore, Ecommerce & Fulfillment House Integration – Episode 5

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  Integration TV, today launched its first episode of 2012. Feature interview in this episode is with Michael Stevens of Integrated Fulfillment and Eric Brown of Fulfilltopia discussing the issues around web store, e-commerce and fulfillment house integration. Anyone with a webstore who is looking at fulfillment houses should watch this interview.

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WEB EDI You must have money to burn – Integrate

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Data is a Corporate Asset – SMB/SMEs need to get Onboard

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7 Data Integration Predictions for 2012

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Data Silos need to fall for greater Supply Chain Visibility

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  This week’s blog article is brought to you by a guest blogger Michael Koploy who is an ERP analyst with Software Advice in Austin, Texas.   In his article Michael argues that data silos need to collapse for greater supply chain data visibility and better supply chain resilience. We can’t agree more. The term death […]

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EDI – Why Standards Exist

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 Since the building of paved roads and railroad tracks, there has been a need for standards.  Roads were needed to be of a consistent size to accommodate carts, which in turn made the width of carts (and even automobiles today) a specific size and height. Railroad tracks had to be the same width and strength […]

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