Evan Meyer
Application Manager - EDI at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We've had some ROI. I'm not going to be able to give you any dollar numbers, but as far as headcount in my group goes, we used to have four or five people and now it's just me and one other. We're supporting the same number, and more, of trading partners than we used to. Right off the bat, that's a good savings. View full review »
Nigel Mills
Team Lead at a transportation company with 201-500 employees
Compared to our previous solution, SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) is more expensive. But our previous solution isn't compatible with SAP so we would have had to migrate to a solution like SEEBURGER's at some point. It has cost us more money to migrate to SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS), but in three to five years' time, we should start to reap the benefits. We hope to start seeing ROI by the end of this year, once we start getting more trading partners onboarded. We're paying for a set monthly amount but we have only reached about 10 percent usage. Once we start approaching in the vicinity of 60 to 70 percent usage, then we should start getting an ROI. That's not SEEBURGER's fault, that's our fault, because we're not ready to be at that stage yet. In terms of manpower, once we start to get some of these more automation processes in place, there could be a one or two headcount reduction in terms of the related tasks. View full review »
Naresh Shetty
Integration Specialist at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
It's very hard to quantify ROI basically because we don't see the financial aspect it. Our job is to ensure that it is running and that we get the output and whatever is needed from it. But financially, if it was down, the impact might be humongous for our company. View full review »
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Materials Management Team Lead at a university with 10,001+ employees
We went from 12 EDI vendors to 300 in a very quick fashion. We have exceeded the estimated ROI with SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS). View full review »
EDI Competency Manager North America at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We realized savings after five years. We needed additional development as well as some minor things that we use in our company that they didn't have in their standard solution. It took us time to understand the product. During those five years we were consulting with them and needed their support to understand their tool. After that, a company should be able to be self-sufficient. View full review »
Michael Osiecki
Partner For Experience & E-Business at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
With all the new processes and stuff that we've added, one of the big benefits we've seen is that we've never had to increase headcount. We've been able to accommodate everything. Because of SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) our development, and ourselves on the business side, have been able to stand up new documents, new processes, new flows, with a reduced headcount. It's enabled business to handle more of it, as opposed to being an IT function. View full review »
IT Solutions Business Analyst Team Lead of Sales and Distribution at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
It's a must-have product for us. What we do with it is quite straightforward so we still have the same number of support staff and we haven't reduced costs. It's not increasing revenue either. It's not a reason why a client would do business with us. They do business with us because of our brand, but it's a must-have for us to be able to do EDI with them. View full review »
Business Analyst Manager at a healthcare company with 201-500 employees
Return on investment for us on this is the greater efficiency. View full review »
VP Digital Services at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
As I said above, the tool that we used to have required those developers. We don't have those developers anymore, so we are saving that money. We have the same number of EDI analysts and they are able to do all the mapping. Because of the ease of use of the tool and the capabilities that the tool provides, we reduced the human resources that we used to need to support the previous tools. That's some money we are saving every year. In terms of licensing also, it's cheaper than what we used to have. And, of course, the number of EDI partners that we are implementing is also a savings for us, moving any manual customers to EDI. View full review »
Enterprise & Tech Ops Hosting Svcs at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We have seen return of investment in terms of how quickly we can deliver. View full review »
Richard Lehane
Head of IT at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
ROI comes back to automation. We are releasing people within our own organization to go and do more high value work. This is difficult to quantify for third-parties. Overall, it's an efficiency gain, which is the main driver behind return on investment. The ROI for this is a very subjective thing to measure. We do have our own model for how we measure return on investment around things, like EDI transactions. However, it is not so simple model as providing a hard number. View full review »
Giridhar Duvvuru
Director at Mylan Inc.
We have seen ROI. View full review »
Systems Architect EDI/B2B at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have seen ROI. View full review »
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