For many manufacturers, distributors and retailers with a mishmash of disparate back-office business applications, Sterling Commerce, a traditional integration and communication provider, has recently unveiled a package designed to automate web-based commerce all the way from order capture to fulfillment and payment, as a result of bringing together a few prudent acquisitions over the last three years.
Clorox, Smithfield Foods, Cargill, Burlington Coat Factory, Autozone, HP Hood, and Seneca Foods . Sterling was attracted to Nistevo's on-demand competence, as a way to lower the entry-level costs for implementing vastly transparent SCM systems. Transportation management is innately a network-centric process that lends itself well to the SaaS deployments, where the exchange of timely, accurate, and complete information among trading partners is critical. Although connectivity has long been Sterling