DWG announced today that it has been chosen to present as part of Liaison Technologies' ongoing educational webinar series.
February 19, 2014 (Newswire.com) - DWG, an Atlanta-based technology consulting company that works with supply chain communities to bring trading partners together through technology, announced today that it has been chosen to present as part of Liaison Technologies' ongoing educational webinar series. The webinar, to be conducted on March 4, 2014, will focus on the common pitfalls companies face and should be aware of when considering a B2B automation initiative within their organization and the steps that they can take to ensure a successful outcome.
"B2B automation initiatives involve more than just choosing and implementing a technology," stated Bill Woerner, DWG Managing Director. "The most successful initiatives I've seen have been where the company looked beyond just the technology to the underlying business process changes, the personnel impacts, and involved their trading partners from the earliest stages of planning a project."
DWG's perspective on effective project planning stems from numerous engagements with leading hi-tech and manufacturing organizations such as EMC, InfoBlox, and TE Connectivity who chose to pursue a B2B automation initiative for the first time. DWG's project managers work with not only its customer but also the customer's trading partners to develop a plan and project approach that meets the requirements of all the key stakeholders and is done within the capabilities and constraints of the trading partners.
Liaison Technologies, a global integration and data management company, provides innovative solutions to integrate, transform, harmonize, manage and secure critical business data on premise or in the cloud. Liaison provides a specialized set of solutions & services focused on solving complex data integration challenges to over 7,000 organizations in over 35 countries and has a proven track record of successfully delivering large-scale, complex business solutions that encourage collaboration across the enterprise, reduces costs, speeds time to value, and scales to handle data integration projects of any size or complexity.
The free webinar, "Bridge the B2B Planning Gap", will be conducted on March 4, 2014, at 1:00PM EST. Additional details and registration may be found here.