From the President’s Blog The New Era of EDI – Post 3/4/2014

March 5th, 2014

Now that we avoided the apocalypse, it is time for us, the leaders of the industry, to deliver the next generation of B2B automation.

Got a good guy or gal at the top? Good, in this market, you will come to depend on leaders with a sense of duty and service to their industry

February 28th, 2014

I editorialize and give a bit of context to the past few years, and how it has been a great, great privilege to work with Loren Data’s President.

No Disruption: From the President’s Blog

February 14th, 2014

An agreement has been reached with OpenText to continue data transit continuity with Loren Data Corp.

Easy EDI services for the European SME B2B market !!

February 12th, 2014

Jesper Carstensen of easyEDI, Magtenbølle, Denmark, an ECGridOS featured developer, announces the launch of new EDI Services:

From the president’s Blog: Light at the End of the Tunnel?

January 31st, 2014

President Todd Gould comments on a potential resolution to the imminent disruption of EDI traffic instigated by “old GXS”, hereinafter known as OpenText

What Is OpenText Doing with the ECGrid-GXS Interconnect?

January 30th, 2014

President Todd Gould comments, summarizes, and offers practical advice to all concerned parties on what to do about “The Disruption”.

New Products from Loren Data – from the President’s blog

December 14th, 2013

By customer demand, two new projects, SuperHUB and VendorConnect, are released to stabilize the shifting sands that is today’s EDI messaging environment.

Status of ECGridOS v 3.0

November 30th, 2013

I personally have been fairly pleased with objective reporting of our colleagues at ec-bp.com, for all things EDI –

From the President’s blog: AS2 Best Practices Part 3, Certificates

August 4th, 2013

This is the third in a multipart series to examine AS2 and what it means going forward to the EDI industry.

What is As2 – a common search landing on ECGridOS.com

March 22nd, 2013

What is AS2? It stands for Applicability Standard #2, an RFC for secure file transfer over HTTP/s, via the W3C, that came into being in the mid 2000′s.