NEECOM Fall Conference Agenda Oct 21 2021
EDI TaaS – A New Methodology
Tony D’Angelo SVP and Todd Gould CEO – Loren Data Corp
In this session, you will learn about an alternative to full managed service out-sourcing of your EDI mapping. This new methodology allows companies and EDI practitioners to “own” their mappings, while still gaining the benefit of cloud-based transformations. Whether you want to utilize in-line or API/call-based translation, this new paradigm will provide a future-proof and flexible alternative.
Tracking & Forecasting Drop Ship Items
Jim Lewis – Enhanced Retail Solutions – Tracking and Forecasting Drop Shipping in Ecommerce
Drop Shipping is when a supplier receives an order from a retailer’s website and ships it directly from their own DC or warehouse to the end consumer. Even before the pandemic, retailers increasingly turned to this model because it broadens their assortment while offsetting the risk of inventory ownership to the supplier. But tracking and forecasting drop shipped product can be a real challenge. In this session Jim will show how to merge different sales and inventory data sources with planning basics to properly manage these programs.
Emerging API Use Cases involving EDI Systems
Scott Story and Mike Geisler – REMEDI
To provide an overview of how API’s are impacting our EDI space, focused on industry use cases that may soon require your EDI software to embrace this emerging technology.
X12’s Glass Online Viewer – An easy way for developers and implementers to reference all transactions and versions of the X12 Standard
Andrew Fitzpatrick – X12 Licensing and Operations
Topic Description – Glass provides easy and convenient web-based access to many X12 products, including the EDI Standard, Code Source Directory, Control Standards, EDI Standard Figures, Guidelines and Technical Reports. What used to be available in separate collections of CHMs, PDFs, and paper-bound books can now be easily referenced and searched across versions and transactions with Glass.
HIPAA EDI 101 – Introduction to The Health Care EDI Environment For Beginners
Michael Kotoyan, MBA, PMP – EDI Academy Instructor & Founder
This session is ideal for anyone outside of the health care industry and would like to get a basic understanding how Health Care EDI works. Health Care EDI market will be worth $5.9 billion by 2025 – an annual growth rate of 9.4% (source Grand View Research) and is currently booming. This session will define how Health Care EDI Works and explain the benefits of health care EDI. We will also explain how the X12 Standards committee maintains and develops standards for HIPAA EDI X12 transactions. The highlight and the main benefit of this session is an overview of Health Care EDI Transactions. You will learn how you can take advantage of the 834 Benefit Enrollment to enroll associates in health plans. We will go over the 837 Claim and 835 payment and several more transactions. This is the same HIPAA EDI 101 Webinar/Seminar contacted by the EDI Academy throughout the year.
Unlocking the Power of Your Big Data
Boris Ivanov (CTO, Digital Business Architects)
This presentation will cover best practices and tools that can turn your data into valuable business insights. Discover how to transform spreadsheets and disparate data extracts into powerful reports and charts that help you answer key questions on the fly. See how you can organize data visualizations into meaningful dashboards to eliminate manual, time-consuming processes, improve visibility across the enterprise, and achieve superior business results.