Daler-Rowney Ltd., a leading manufacturer in the artist’s materials market, is consolidating its connectivity with key customers through Wesupply’s OneTime® EDI solution.
Daler-Rowney is not new to EDI; in fact the company has previously used a myriad of systems to trade electronically with their customers. One such system was Wesupply’s OneTime solution, which Daler-Rowney was using to trade electronically with a key customer – a leading out of town art and craft retailer. It was decided however, that further efficiencies could be gained by consolidating all of their electronic trading activities onto one platform, which could be integrated with their back office system.
Daler-Rowney will be using the Wesupply platform to automate the exchange of orders, invoices and Advanced Shipment Notices (ASN’s) with its customers.
“A significant factor in choosing Wesupply as our EDI provider was the company’s ability to provide us with a solution that was capable of including pallet information on ASN’s – a key requirement for trading with one of our customers” says Tiffany Howard, IT Manager at Daler-Rowney. “The solution will also provide us with the flexibility to meet new customers’ EDI requirements moving forward”.
“We are delighted to further assist Daler-Rowney with their electronic trading requirements” says Ben Holmes, Sales Executive at Wesupply. “By choosing Wesupply’s fully managed, outsourced EDI solution the day to day involvement in EDI activities will be reduced considerable for Daler-Rowney, allowing the company to focus on their core business”.
Wesupply provides a fully managed and outsourced electronic business-to-business integration service, using a unique approach that maximises supply chain collaboration between independent organisations. This approach has consistently helped our customers secure tangible operational cost savings along with improved customer service, since the business was founded in 1999. Companies across all industries, including Retail, CPG, Energy and Manufacturing rely on Wesupply to manage business-critical information flows for their extended supply chain processes.
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Our reputation as a manufacturer of the Finest Art Materials dates back more than 200 years. In 1983, the Daler Board Company purchased the George Rowney Company to become Daler-Rowney Limited as its known today. In their own specialist areas of manufacture, both companies led the development of fine artist’s materials in the United Kingdom for many years. The combined heritage of both companies and the Daler-Rowney name has become synonymous with consistent quality to artists throughout the world.
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