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EDI Expert Video Series Episode 12: Getting Set Up for EDI with a Trading Partner

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In the latest installment of IDEA's EDI Expert Series, IDEA's Manager, B2B Solutions, Tom Guzik explains how to get set up to do EDI with your trading partner. With each installment, we will bring you answers to frequently-asked questions about EDI for users and non-users alike. If you have any questions you would like answered in a future segment, submit your topic to communications@idea4industry.com.

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IDEA Dictionary: Stock Indicator Codes

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When dealing with data, and all related terminology, you may feel like you’re trying to speak a foreign language. In the interest of keeping things clear and simple, we will introduce commonly-used terms in each newsletter that will help you navigate the data shorthand and learn the lingo. This week, we bring you three related terms: stock, quick-ship, and non-stock.

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EDI Expert Video Series Episode 11: How Does My System Communicate with EDI?

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In the latest installment of IDEA's EDI Expert Series, IDEA's Manager, B2B Solutions, Tom Guzik explains how your business system communicates with EDI. With each installment, we will bring you answers to frequently-asked questions about EDI for users and non-users alike. If you have any questions you would like answered in a future segment, submit your topic to communications@idea4industry.com.

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Technology Trends: Drones

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Tight regulations, set by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have kept Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) from wide commercial use. In the past week, there has been a slight loosening of the reigns, with new commercial-use regulations.This week, we take a look at these changes and what they may mean for businesses over the coming years.

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Technology Trends: Super Bowl XLIX

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Last Sunday’s Super Bowl set a record for the most-watched televised program in United States history. But we weren’t just watching on TV: Sports enthusiasts tuned in from cell phones and tablets; they streamed instant replays and game statistics; they bought Pepsi merchandise during halftime through Twitter. With viewers streaming in using multiple platforms, companies showed off their latest and greatest technology. From sideline tablets to integrated advertising, we highlight just a sample of the tech experienced through Super Bowl XLIX.

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