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The Integral Blog

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How to succeed at EDI integration...

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EDI integration is not a plug-and-play off-the-shelf solution. We customize the integration to your environment - the application(s) you use, your retailers and the transactions you exchange. For us to do this, some upfront client effort is required. The upside - significant and ongoing - is that the success resulting from the integration more than justifies the preliminary work.

See Crisp Retail Data Insights in Action

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Our regular readers know that Integral Group joined Crisp to offer our customers an end-to-end solution to manage their supply chain data. With our EDI solution, you have compliance, automation, and visibility for the lifecycle of your orders.

But do you have tools to show what happens to your products once they are in stores?

That’s where Crisp’s dynamic and real-time data platform can help. Layering in the Crisp solution, you can see what’s happening with your products once they are in stores.

Recession Proof EDI + API

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While we’d never suggest that there is one magic wand answer to dealing with a recession, Integral’s EDI outsourcing service offers some meaningful help. EDI is an automated order management process that integrates with your current business applications. EDI has proven to be a solid recession-proof solution.

Doing EDI with Integral is an easy way to get some significant wins:
-Realize immediate savings
-Managing expenses
-Increasing efficiencies to lower costs
-Stabilizing labour costs
-Landing and retaining customers

47 Second Q&A – Crisp Announcement Edition

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Lee Mrkonjic, our Director of Sales, responds to customer questions about the acquisition by Crisp.

“Last week we told you that Integral Group is now part of Crisp Inc. The customer feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who has written or called with messages of support and congratulations.
But I recognize this is a change, and people have questions, so I’d like to address the questions I’ve been asked here:”