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  • Walmart Adoption Nudges Blockchain EDI into the Mainstream

    by ArcESB Marketing | March 28, 2019

    In September of 2019, Walmart will require more than 100 farms that supply leafy green vegetables to put detailed information about their food into a blockchain database developed by IBM. Walmart hopes to use the so-called IBM Food Trust blockchain to track this produce as it moves through the supp... [read more]


  • AS2 Security Basics

    by ArcESB Marketing | February 25, 2019

    Applicability Statement 2, or AS2, is one of the most secure file transfer protocols for data exchange between trading partners. AS2 combines a number of secure and widely used technologies, including HTTPS, SSL Certificates, S/MIME and file hashing. How Does AS2 Security Work? Walking through the ... [read more]


  • ChannelApe Embeds ArcESB for Ecommerce EDI and MFT

    by ArcESB Marketing | February 19, 2019

    From small and medium-sized businesses to companies with millions of customers, businesses of all size use the ChannelApe E-Commerce direct-to-consumer (D2C) suite for building web stores, connecting warehouses, managing product catalogs, and handling inventory order management. For many of their D... [read more]


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

    by ArcESB 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 ArcESB 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]