sponsored by SEEBURGER
Posted:  27 Oct 2008
Published:  27 Oct 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
SEGA of America needed to comply with Wal-Mart customer mandates, streamline its order process and create greater visibility into inventory. Uploading new orders via modem to its 10-year old B2B/EDI system took hours.

With SEEBURGER performing B2B/EDI duties, SEGA has:

  • Reduced time to load orders into SAP from 1-1/2 hours to less than 4 minutes.
  • Gained real-time updates to improve visibility into inventory and incoming orders.
  • Slashed monthly VAN expenses in half.
  • Reduced administrative personnel training from three months to three weeks.



Author

Jake Salgado
Director of IT ,  Sega of America



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Business Integration | EDI | Inventory Management | Sales | SAP (Product) | Supply Chain Management

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