The James Hargreaves Group first experienced Wesupply’s service when its supplier, Ideal Stelard Group, carried out a joint EDI initiative.
The company chose to make use of Wesupply’s established trading network to build EDI connections with its suppliers.
By using Wesupply, the James Hargreaves Group are able to trade electronically whilst concentrating on its main business.
Wesupply’s EDI service, OneTime, has been created to enhance purchase to pay processes by automating the exchange of orders and invoices.
The service can be accessed via a web portal or directly from back office systems. These two connectivity options have been designed so that all suppliers can use the service, regardless of how advanced their technical abilities are.
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