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Wesupply’s CEO explains their unique approach to Managed EDI Services

September 22, 2014  |  Adoption, Compliance, Digitalisation

David Grosvenor, Wesupply’s Chief Executive, explains how Wesupply has a unique approach to delivering a managed service for electronic trading that almost literally removes complexity from the supply chain.

Organisations such as Sainsbury’s, Screwfix and Princes choose Wesupply to free up internal resources and reduce the time spent resolving issues. With over fifteen years’ experience Wesupply has the applications, infrastructure, tools, processes and skills to ensure the success of any B2B program.  Wesupply’s OneTime™ offerings range from simple EDI using a web browser, to deep EDI integration – with all the real-time visibility, analysis, alerts and control that our applied intelligence delivers.

Outsourced Infrastructure

With Wesupply no hardware or software is required in your environment. Their IT infrastructure is housed in the secure, robust and resilient environment dual IBM Data Centre’s provide – with near time replication and proven 99.9%+ uptime. The hosted environment exceeds ISO 27002 security standards. Read more >

Implementation & Trading Partner On-boarding

Wesupply’s dedicated and highly skilled team of B2B implementation specialists manage the entire implementation and on-boarding process for you. This includes defining the requirements, configuration, testing and progress reporting. Read more >

Managed Service Desk & Continuous Transaction Monitoring

Wesupply has a UK based, dedicated team of highly skilled technicians that pro-actively monitor the Wesupply platform for message validation errors. If an immediate fix is not possible, a support representative will escalate it and manage it through to resolution. The Managed Service team are intimately familiar with individual client implementations and are therefore able to resolve client specific issues rapidly. Read more >


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