As mentioned in our first "Faster is Better" posting, Jobisez LLC increased it's bandwidth on August 25 to make your navigation through the jobisez.com site even quicker.
Using Analytic Tools, you can see that the Jobisez site is faster than 78% of the sites and pages load in 1.6 seconds. You may ask yourself, "why or how does this affect me?"
Jobisez is primarily a research site for EDI intelligence. We understand that your time is essential and you do not need to wait for pages to load when you need to find an answer quickly.
To make your experience even better, we added a search box to each page, so you can search on any EDI related term you are looking for.
Let us know how we are doing or how we may be more helpful to you!
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Drilling down and understanding the EDI 852 POS document
After posting the Tracking Sales Trends tool blog entry, we thought it would be a good idea to give a better understanding of the POS EDI document. For the most part, retailers (pretty much) send POS in a standard format, this blog shows a typical POS document.
Wikipedia gives a pretty weak definition of the ANSI X12.852 document. It’s description is too general and does not do a good job showing how voluminous the 852 is, and how it helps manufacturers determine sales trends and outages.
Although the retailers send a typical format, they differ in what types of data quantities they supply. Most will send Quantity Sold (QS) and Quantity Available for Shipment (QA). Some will also send Quantity Out-of-Stock (QO), and still other retailers will send Quantity Requested (QX).
This is where the issues arise, each retailer sends different quantities. That is why we suggested a cloud-based POS Analytics Tool.
Our next blog post will describe the EDI 830 Planning and Forecasting document. And finally we will wrap it up with how both the 852 and 830 EDI documents work together.
On another note, the EDI 852 data can be very large if you receive UPC/Store level information. These transactions can cost a lot of money if you receive the data through an EDI VAN. Here’s an opportunity to lower your EDI VAN costs.
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Before making a decision on whether or not to invest time and money into a Analytics Tool, there is a POS Demo that can be tailored made for your needs.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
This is a newer service that is being offered. We currently only have a couple of them, so if you have any suggestions, drop us a line, and let us know what tools you think would be helpful to you.
There are several proposed services. They range from EDI 864 to Email,
Let us know what you think and how you think we should proceed. Your input is valuable to us!
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
If you wish to advertise yourself, click on this link and follow the instructions to post your resume. Upon approval of your resume, it will be posted to the EDI Resume page. This page has a Search-box that searches all resumes that have been submitted and approved.
I have been in contact with recruiters and have asked them to use Jobisez's Resume page to find potential candidates for their open permanent and part-time work.
The more popular this page becomes, the more the recruiters will be using the facility giving you the ability to get a job during these tough economic times.
If your are looking for a job or are looking for a new job, it can't hurt to post your resume here.
Friday, September 9, 2011
On May 11 2011, Jobisez LLC bought and installed a new "stronger, better, faster" server to help your surfing and searching experience even better.
As you can tell from the graph (from Google Webmaster Tools,) you will notice that the time spent downloading a page dropped dramatically. We aim to bring the most relevant EDI information to you as fast as possible.
We also just increased the bandwidth to make your surfing experience even quicker. When those graphs become available, they will be posted on this blog too.
So just hang on, it's gonna be a fast ride!
Welcome to the Official Jobisez Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) blog. Here we will be discussing EDI related material ranging from Trading Partners (TPs), Transaction Sets (Set IDs), EDI Services and Solutions.
Over the years there has been a vast knowledge base of information collected about the pros and cons of EDI. We will be discussing where to gather information from blogs, news and resumes.
We will also be discussing the direction that Jobisez LLC is heading. So hang onto your hats, it's gonna be a wild ride!