Timely completion of manually created outgoing EDI
transactions was becoming impossible. Read
how Pacific Steel Castings, Inc. used Radley's
B2B out-of-the-box EDI solution, iR*EDI, to eliminate
concerns about custom EDI integration and ERP upgrades.
Steel Castings Success Story]
“The improvement that Radley has made to the
Sample Room has been great. We used to “batch” our
orders throughout the day, leaving me tied to
my office. Now the orders print every 4 minutes.
This has provided me with a savings of 5 man-hours
a day between my group leader and myself. We
are now able to focus on other areas of the Sample
Room. It also spreads the work out evenly throughout
the day. It has made the room less stressful” said
Larry Byron, Sample Room Supervisor.
Full Case Study: Phase II - The Story Continues...
Between the time it ships from the Fabricator and
when it is erected at the job site, structural steel may seem
to enter a virtual black hole. Because of the lag time involved
with processing the paperwork, General Contractors often times
do not have visibility to a project for days. Assemblies sometimes
go missing in action. At any given time, there may be no way for
the erector to tell if shipped assemblies have arrived at the
site or where they are located, nor a way to determine if or when
they have been erected. Learn how a midwest Fabricator implemented
a system to reduce paperwork, streamline processes, and accelerate
accessibility to project status information from the job site.
Task driven, Richco personnel now can take immediate
and appropriate action on time-critical issues. Every material
receipt, inventory move, shop order update and shipment pick is
validated and recorded correctly - right now! By avoiding batch
processing between a WMS and the ERP, Richco avoided the common
hazards of data redundancy, data synchronization failures, periodic
operational delays, and unnecessary systems integration expense.
Study: Adding Data Collection to ERP Provides WMS Functionality
“We are now able to do things we couldn’t even
imagine with our old systems,” stated David Latham, Gemline’s
Manufacturing Business Systems Analyst, “and building upon what
we now have, a whole new world of possibilities is opening up
for the future here at the Gem Group. “
Study: Bar Code Data Collection is a Major Assist to Process
After the initial implementation Saint Jean’s experienced
the benefits of a seamless solution in only one month. Radley’s
iCARaS hosted Automotive EDI solution made Saint Jean’s transition
into the US automotive market easier, and less painful. Since
EDI is a requirement by all OEM’s they can now easily branch into
the US automotive market with having all the necessary, certified
solutions already in place and working efficiently.
Study: Pain Relief for Overseas Expansion
Brightree made the decision to replace their manual
system with a hosted version of Radley Corporation’s B2B EDI solution,
iR*EDI. Brightree now has the ability to produce and verify EDI
and the capacity to automate all of the processes related to EDI.
With iR*EDI Mapper they also have the flexibility to produce a
standard document and allow iR*EDI to verify it.
Study: Automating EDI Healthcare Claims for Brightree
After only three months since the implementation,
Mr. Terrian says the company is already experiencing many of the
benefits he anticipated and expects to see more. He believes that
improved accuracy in Merrill's shipping operations will be the
greatest long-term benefit. He adds, "Avoiding the backcharges
that can be associated with shipping errors could more than pay
for the investment Merrill has made in the ADC solution."
Study: Improved Accuracy for Steel Shipping Operations
Since implementing Q*ADC, the chemical company
now tracks each pallet with a single IntelliLabel bar code. The
paper process is eliminated and instead each unique IntelliLabel
number now identifies each pallet. This single IntelliLabel
number tracks each unique data element that was previously recorded
in Excel, in addition to all the inventory transactions.
Study: Pallet Tracking Automated using Radley Q*ADC
Before implementing data collection, product classifications
were recorded manually on spreadsheets. This process was
very cumbersome, and as a result, not all of the necessary data
elements that were needed for traceability were being recorded.
Study: Complete Product Traceability for Food Industry
The installation and implementation of Acme Foundry’s
EDI solution was completed in record time. They were able
to get a new connection to Caterpillar using a secure FTP protocol,
download test data for material releases and purchase orders,
and send back Advance Ship Notices and Invoices automatically
when they were created inside of BLIS-400.
Study: EDI Solution Implemented in Record Time
“The most important benefit that we received from
the iCARaS product is our ability to fix things at the plant level
that were previously done at a centralized corporate level,” notes,
Brad Henderson, Kirby Risk’s Six Sigma Black Belt, “ The user
interface is easy to use and understand and allows our users,
who have direct contact with the customer, to answer questions
and resolve problems in a timely manor.”
Study: Easy to Use and to Understand UI for Automotive
Radley’s data collection
solution, Q*ADC, met all of their customer requirements and provides
a single platform for data collection. Q*ADC delivers real-time
transactions directly from the shop floor to QAD, as well as expanding
on MFG/PRO functionality in a non-intrusive fashion. Radley
was also selected for its ease of use and its flexibility to fit
Cyberonics specific needs.
Study: Barcode Data Collection for Life Sciences Manufacturing
Use of Oracle’s Release Management
Module, R*EDI, from Radley Corporation, and services from Radley’s
Automotive Consulting Group, enable Dana to meet the unique and
demanding requirements of their customers.
Study: Meeting Unique EDI Requirements of Automotive Industry
R*EDI provides the communications,
translation and mapping functionality required to retrieve the
EDI data transmitted by Lydall’s trading partners and map it into
the Oracle Applications e-Commerce gateway transaction sets.
Study: Communications, Translation,and Mapping Functionality