Photo appears courtesy of David Sorich. This fun list was created back in 2013 in honor of Halloween. We love it so much, we pretty much post it every year. So once again, to honor EDI and all things that go bump in the night, we give you, "EDI and Halloween: 7 Reasons They're Closer Than You Think."
Picture appears courtesy of Asja Boros. Third in our greatest hits tradition comes an updated Greatest Hits list. This list represents the 20 most viewed blogs from the beginning. We found it fascinating to see how this list has evolved since we posted our first and second greatest hits lists back in 2014 and 2015. We appreciate all of our readers and invite you to let us know if there is a topic you'd like to see a blog on. We will do our best to accommodate. Without further ado, we give you, Aurora EDI Alliance's Greatest Hits Volume 3.
I started my journey with EDI (electronic data interchange) 27 years ago working on Telex machines, yes the things of ticker tape parades. My assignment, through a relation with Western Union, was to connect pre-internet, pre-eMail, and even pre-FAX computers, still relatively uncommon compared to today, to the Telex network. The end game was to allow companies to send domestic and international registered messages easily, without using the cumbersome, slow and heavy ticker tape driven iron Telex machines.
Next up on Aurora's Biography Series is one of our Tech Support superstars, Kevin Klimek. Kevin has worked for Aurora Technologies/EDI Support, Inc. for 13 years. What started out as an interest in computers in the mid 90s has, over the course of two decades, developed into a rewarding career.
Photo appears courtesy of theilr. Are you one of the many companies finding yourself without support for your Gentran product? You’re not alone. McAna EDI, Inc., an EDI solutions provider since 1995, recognizes the need for Gentran customers to look for alternative solutions to their currently unsupported Gentran products. Last year, many Gentran customers using older versions were notified they would no longer receive support for their software as of May 1, 2015. Now, a year later, those companies are feeling the effects and looking for help.
Photo appears courtesy of JD Hancock. This fun list was created back in 2013 in honor of Halloween. We love it so much, we wanted to post it again this year. We probably will every Halloween. So once again, to honor EDI and all things that go bump in the night, we give you, "EDI and Halloween: 7 Reasons They're Closer Than You Think."
Picture appears courtesy of Steve Snodgrass. Back in November of 2013, we posted our Greatest Hits Volume 1 blog and we got a great response. And having just recently hit the major milestone of having done 100 blog articles, we thought we would celebrate by posting another "greatest hits" blog. Our Greatest Hits Volume 2 list represents the second 10 most viewed blogs on our site. Again, we were surprised by this list and we love seeing what topics our readers are looking for. Enjoy!
Roger Curtis, founding member of the Aurora EDI Alliance, is the President and CEO of Sitcur, an EDI services and solutions company based in Los Angeles, CA. Roger is adored around the world by his customers and colleagues alike due to his incredible likability and all around willingness to jump in when needed. I had a chance to sit down with him recently to ask him some questions about his life up until this point and find out what makes our "California Roger" (not to be confused with RI Roger, who has since retired) tick.