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  • Why Convert EDI to XML?

    by CData Arc Marketing | June 20, 2019

    What's the best way to convert a document from EDI to some other format, such as Excel, CSV, or a format compatible with your CRM or ERP system? It may seem counterintuitive, but if you want to convert an EDI document to another format, converting it to XML first and then converting that XML docume... [read more]


  • How to Fix Your Broken File Transfer Processes

    by CData Arc Marketing | June 12, 2019

    Managed file transfer (MFT) is the secure, centralized transfer of data or files between computers over a secure network connection. While it may sound mundane, this technology is playing an increasingly critical role in corporate IT strategy — in stark contrast to the scattered approach of long-ma... [read more]


  • CData Arc (formerly RSSBus) Released!

    by CData Arc Marketing | May 22, 2019

    The latest CData Arc 2019 release is a significant evolutionary update. Building on a robust foundation of integration features, this release further refines the user experience for building and managing workflows and extends CData Arc with powerful connectivity features. New 2019 Features and Upda... [read more]


  • The Benefits of MFT Modernization: Moving Beyond Siloed File Transfer

    by CData Arc Marketing | February 04, 2019

    Organizations increasingly rely on data to serve customers, drive decision-making, and power business processes. This data is typically stored in files, across disparate applications, databases, and local machines and must be moved across the organization quickly to respond to real-time customer de... [read more]


  • API vs. EDI: Why Not Both?

    by CData Arc Marketing | January 28, 2019

    Since the early 70s, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has been the gold standard for exchanging information for supply chain workflows. EDI establishes a set of messaging standards for transferring data from system to system in electronic format without the need for paper and manual processes. But... [read more]