DiCentral has centralized the administration of B2B integration into a single portal. With this single portal, DiPulse allows the end user to view transactions, analyze events, search for documents, send proactive alerts, visualize charts, manage archived data, manage the enablement of new trading partners, monitor processes and measure trading partner performance. While many cloud-based B2B integration oﬀerings provide visibility into B2B activities, it is uncommon that the design of such oﬀerings accommodates the needs of both business and technical users. DiPulse provides this balance, which enables everyone in the organization to beneﬁt.
Summary dashboards and drill-down capabilities allow users to get status information on trans- actional events being processed in the cloud. Conﬁgurable formats allow users to determine whether they would prefer to see technical information or business summaries.
Manages business rules within document(s) and/or processes involving multiple documents. Alerts can be established upon the violation of any given business rule. Data can be quarantined and users can determine the ﬁnal disposition of a document by editing it, deleting it, resending it or downloading it.
Visibility into communications-based events allows the user to monitor activity between their ERP system and DiCentral, as well as communications events that take place with trading partners.
Increases trading partner communication and satisfaction. Simpliﬁes integration complexity, and reduces time and cost of trading partner integration.
DiCentral’s enterprise-class cloud EDI platform oﬀers a cost-eﬀective alternative to in-house solutions. It is deﬁned by six key traits: availability, security, scalability, adaptability, accountability, and reliability.
In addition to Dashboard & Alerts, DiCentral’s EDI Outsourcing solution includes:
DiCentral has alleviated our stress and worry around EDI. Without partners like DiCentral to help us facilitate these technologies and deploy the integration, we wouldn’t be where we are today, quite honestly.
– Matt Lok, IT Manager