Many business-to-business (B2B) organizations make the mistake of overlooking the IT infrastructure that supports transactions and collaboration with trading partners, even though B2B integration has a direct impact on performance and profitability. That's probably why so many enterprises continue to use manual, error-prone emails, faxes and file transfers for B2B transactions. But relying on antiquated systems to exchange critical data can be extremely harmful to an organization's agility and cost-efficiency as well as the satisfaction levels across suppliers and end-customers.
Leading enterprises are changing the game by embracing a cloud approach to B2B integration. They're minimizing complexity, cost and risk while streamlining global supply networks and strengthening partner relationships.