Healthcare behind the times with electronic data interchange

March 11th, 2015

Kevin Shrake

by Kevin L. Shrake

Clearly not every best practice resides in healthcare. Although the clinical technology used in our industry is second to none, the use of technology to run our businesses that is common in other sectors is largely different. The case of electronic data interchange (EDI) is a classic example. Almost any retail company asks two key questions as it relates to the use of EDI:

  1. Why should you pay anything for your suppliers to do business electronically with you?
  2. Why should you do any business with suppliers who don’t communicate with you electronically?

Unlike other industries, healthcare has been told that isn’t the way EDI works. The buyer pays for EDI for a few of the top-dollar-spending vendors, (usually fewer than 200) and more than 90 percent of suppliers still operate by some sort of automated fax or worse yet … paper invoices. The cost in EDI fees and pricing errors are enormous. Not only is the system inefficient and labor intensive, but the flaw of only connecting to your high-dollar-volume vendors is that it costs the same to process a $5 invoice as it does a $50,000 invoice. The cost of the invoice is irrelevant, yet for years this description of the healthcare purchasing and receiving process has been common.

To make it worse, there’s a limited number of companies in healthcare that provide EDI, and they work both sides of the fence, charging both the buyer and the seller for the privilege of using their EDI services. By looking outside of healthcare for best practices, we can find proven technology with 20 years of experience that brings healthcare up to date with other industries.

A best-practices checklist for EDI includes:

  • Fees should be paid for by the vendors rather than the buyers.
  • Fees should be affordable and driven by the actual cost of providing the service as opposed to an arbitrary percentage of the cost of the invoice.
  • The process should include a web-based portal that is easy and practical for vendors of any size to use.
  • There should be a 360-degree electronic process that allows for an automated method to track the complete process of purchase order, purchase order acknowledgement, invoice creation/matching and straight through processing to the accounts payable system.
  • A robust dashboard of analytics should be available to efficiently run your business.

It is time for us in healthcare to reach out to solutions from other industries where the above-described process has been standard for decades.

Kevin L. Shrake ( is a 35-year veteran of healthcare, a board-certified fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a former hospital CEO. He currently serves as the executive vice president/chief operating officer of MDR, based in Fresno, California

Removing Manual Entry from EDI Fulfillment


When is the right time to move from a manual EDI fulfillment process to an integrated supply chain?  Is there a magic variable, a perfect time, or threshold that makes the most sense?  Well, yes, there is.  The decision to switch from a manually involved EDI fulfillment solution to a fully integrated supply chain is based on numerous variables, the number of transactions you send and receive on a monthly basis, your staff’s fulfillment time for said transactions, the number of items and overall volume of those transactions, as well as your corporate structure, fulfillment requirements and corporate outlook.  But, ultimately this decision is uniquely subjective to your own preference and how you weight these variables and their impact upon your organization.

The single most impactful variable will be your overall monthly transactions, both the volume of transactions sent and received and the size of each of those transactions.  How many Purchase Orders are you handling through your web-based service currently and how big are each of those Purchase Orders?  If you are handling fifty Purchase Orders per month each with a single SKU, you will probably be able to handle and maintain fulfillment with a web-based solution indefinitely.  However, if you are receiving even ten to twenty Purchase Orders per month each with fifty or more SKU’s on them than integration may quickly become a necessity.  As the manually entry into your accounting system, ERP or IMS may quickly become laborious and the likelihood of human error, mis-keyed information or accidental omission of data become a daunting reality that costs time, money and negatively effects client relationships.  In this case, the ROI that is received from implementing an integrated supply chain is viable and the cost-benefit analysis is straight forward, integration is not a choice it is a necessity.

Your shipping processes and requirements will also directly affect your decision to adopt integration as well.  If you are constantly shipping to one or two trading partners, each with a single delivery destination such as a distribution center, than again you may very well be content with staying with your web-based EDI solution.  But what is your trading partner has hundreds of locations, each requiring its own 856 ASN and Invoice?  Or you have a multiple trading partners, all of whom may have multiple ship-to locations or distribution centers?  In these cases, integration again will return far more value to your organization than the minimal cost required to make the transition from web-based manual fulfillment to an integrated supply chain.  Many retail operations are migrating from the singular distribution ship to model to handling shipping and invoicing by the singular retail location model.  Inevitably, this means that you will be a Purchase Order, ASN and Invoice required per store or at a minimum you will be receiving a Master PO and will still be required to generate an ASN and Invoice for each location.  Either way, this is additional time and steps that are being added to your fulfillment processes, carrying with them additional costs, time and personnel requirements, and a well spring of opportunity for human error.  Again, integration will quickly become necessary to ensure proper fulfillment, save resources and improve your client relationships.

Corporate outlook, governance and culture will also play a role on when you adopt integration.  There will always be your early adopters, companies that immediately implement the newest cutting edge solutions to stay ahead of the competition with a sole corporate outlook and philosophy of efficiency above all things.  Additionally, there will always be the late responders, those companies who choose to wait until they are at the apex of technical limitations, who try to maximize the investment and longevity of their current solutions and will maintain these solutions until it becomes fiscally impossible to continue on with their current protocols and solutions.   Most companies fall in the middle of these two extremes; these companies want to be competitive and function with the upmost efficiencies but are also cost sensitive to the bottom-line.  Regardless of where your organization falls upon this scale, the adoption and implementation of integration will ultimately come up along the way as your organization grows and your supply chain scales to a point that you decide it is no longer feasible to continue with manual EDI fulfillment process.

All of these unique variables will eventually guide your hand and your decision to integrate, whether it be the hours spent manually handling your orders, the human errors that continuously hinder your maximum potential, or the overall impact upon your bottom-line.  The easiest rule of thumb for when it is time to begin entertaining the implementation of an integrated supply chain is when you have at least half of an employee’s time dedicated to manual fulfillment or you have begun considering bringing in temps to handle the data entry, it is time to consider an integrated solution.  When you begin calculating the total cost of the salaries of those individuals and more importantly the opportunity cost of having that employee handling mundane data entry instead of focusing on other activities that could be scaling your organization, driving more business or focusing upon customer service and internal tasks that solidify your processes, you can quickly see how the minor investment into an integrated solution would truly revolutionize your organization’s supply chain.

When you believe your organization is approach this technological omega point of productivity or if you are wondering if you may already be there, give us a call.  We would be honored to discuss your needs, project scope, fulfillment processes and current costs to help you choose the best direction for your organization.

At DataTrans Solutions we offer the industry’s leading infrastructure, tools, and resources that allow us to leverage our capabilities to provide you with the most complete EDI and E-commerce solutions you require and at an affordable price point our competition simply cannot match for an equivalent level of service.  We have assisted thousands of companies with enhancing and ascending their business to the next level of e-commerce and would like the opportunity to do the same for you.

We have several EDI solutions available for companies of all sizes, in every industry, and varying needs.  Let’s arrange a date and time to discuss your specific needs and concerns and together we shall find the EDI solution that is right for your company.  Please give DataTrans Solutions a call at 1 (800) 469-0877 when you are ready to chat.


How EDI Benefits the Healthcare Claims Process


Many healthcare partners, payors, and vendors choose EDI as a safe, fast, and cost effective method for automating the business processes that take place.   From the consumer perspective, using EDI

  • helps keep healthcare affordable.
  • improves the accuracy of information exchanged between healthcare participants, improving the quality of healthcare delivery and its supporting process.
  • makes enhanced information available to all healthcare participants as appropriate. This access ensures accurate, fast, reliable, secure and detailed information on patients and healthcare partner plans.

From the business perspective, if you are not taking advantage of all available electronic transactions, you are not maximizing your savings and organizational efficiency. Using EDI you can:

Send and receive information faster.  Providers typically experience quicker turnaround times. A payor can receive your claim the same day you send it. In addition, an eligibility inquiry can be received and responded to in seconds, faster than you could pick up the phone and dial.

Identify submission errors immediately and avoid processing delays.  This process decreases the number of reasons a claim may be rejected once received by the payer. This same level of automated data verification cannot be performed on paper claims.

Lower your receivables.  Integrating EDI into your office workflow and software systems may make a positive impact on your bottom line. Automating electronic transactions such as eligibility will enable you to have current coinsurance, deductible and benefit information readily available while the patient is present, and prior to filing the claim. All EDI transactions may help increase your cash flow due to the expediency and accuracy of information exchanged.

Cut administrative expenses.  Whether time you want to save from phoning, faxing, printing, sorting and stuffing envelopes, or its purchases you wish to avoid (paper forms, supplies and postage) EDI can increase productivity and lower costs.

Spend less time on the phone. Many of the calls received by a payor can be answered by performing one of the following EDI transactions:

  • Eligibility (270/271)
  • Claim Status (276/277)
  • Notifications (278N)

The information returned comes from the same system used by representatives that answer your calls. You can gain administrative cost savings by reducing the amount of time spent on the phone.

Go Green and reduce paper, mail time, and postal costs.  Payors receive electronic transactions in real-time. This eliminates both mail time and the cost of postage and envelopes. EDI is also good for the environment because it reduces the volume of paper you receive from payors. Receiving electronic confirmation of claim submissions, electronic remittance advice (ERA/835), electronic funds transfer (EFT) and other EDI transactions can save time and trees.

Estimate Your Cost Savings from Increased Efficiency. A study by Milliman, Inc. calculated the cost of manual and electronic transactions.  You can use the estimated savings per transaction from the table below to calculate your potential savings.

Estimated Per-Transaction Costs and Savings Opportunity by Transaction Type

Estimated Health Plan Cost Estimated Provider-Facility Cost Estimated Total Industry Cost Potential Savings Opportunity
Claims Submission
   Manual $0.74 $1.84 $2.58 $2.03
   Electronic $0.26 $0.28 $0.54
Eligibility & Benefit Verification
   Manual $3.28 $3.55 $6.83 $6.61
   Electronic $0.06 $0.16 $0.22
   Manual $3.95 $18.53 $22.48 $17.10
   Electronic $0.18 $5.20 $5.38
Claims Status Inquiries
   Manual $3.84 $2.25 $6.09 $5.81
   Electronic $0.06 $0.23 $0.29
Claims Payment
   Manual $0.66 $1.83 $2.49 $1.98
   Electronic $0.21 $0.30 $0.51
Remittance Advice
   Manual $0.45 $1.83 $2.28 $1.77
   Electronic $0.21 $0.30 $0.51


Sources: CAQH, Index; Millman Inc.; United Healthcare


The Keys to AS2

The AS2, Applicability Standard 2 for EDI, is quickly becoming one of the most secure, reliable and popular methods for sending and receiving data over the internet.   The concept for AS2 is rather simple and basically involves sending data between two points via the web within a container or envelope created by the AS2, the created certificate and public and private keys keep the information secure.  Only a few components are necessary for an organization to utilize AS2: two computers to connect – typically a computer and a server; internet access; and the data to be sent and received.  The AS2 wraps or envelopes the data, using digital encryption and certificates, which allows the data to be transmitted securely over the internet.  To clarify the role of the certificate, public and private keys within AS2 transactions let’s review these brief definitions:

The Public Key: is used to encrypt and verify digital signatures

The Private Key: is used to decrypt, digitally sign and is always kept private and protected.

The Certificate: much like a driver’s license, is used for identification purposes, identifying the issuer of the certificate, show expiry and give a unique number assigned to the certificate called a serial number.  Every certificate will have its own unique serial number

This is an informative albeit simplistic explanation of the AS2 cert/public/private key relationship and how the AS2 is used to send and receive EDI.  When an AS2 certificate is created two keys are generated which are linked together by an algorithm, one is a Private Key and one is a Public Key.  The Private Key is stored in a repository, for this example in ECS, while the cert along with the attached Public Key is sent to the receiver normally via email but it may be uploaded depending on the receiver’s protocols and standards.  The keys are then used to access the data contained within the AS2 envelope.  The following is an example of a typical AS2 exchange between DataTrans and Wal-Mart:

AS2 Example – Typical AS2 Process between DataTrans and Wal-Mart

  • EDI payload is encrypted using the Wal-Mart cert/public key (on DataTrans AS2 server)
  • EDI payload is signed using the DataTrans (Sender) private key (on DataTrans AS2 server)
  • AS2 connection is made to the Wal-Mart AS2 server (on DataTrans AS2 server)
  • Payload contains a request to return an MDN, either sync or async (on DataTrans AS2 server)
  • AS2 IDs/Names are used to identify the AS2 relationship (on Wal-Mart AS2 server)
  • EDI payload is decrypted using the Wal-Mart private key (on Wal-Mart AS2 server)
  • EDI payload has its digital signature verified using the DataTrans cert/public key (on Wal-Mart AS2 server)
  • MDN is returned with a “processed” or “Decryption failure” or “Authentication, unable to verify signature…” status (on Wal-Mart AS2 server)


To effectively utilize AS2 for EDI the receiving parties’ server must be set to openly listen for messages being sent, much like an answering machine, if a call comes in and the answer machine does not answer the call and the message will not be received, which is why a reliable infrastructure is a vital component to AS2 EDI.  Assuming the server has a reliable up-time and is properly set to listen for and accept the message than utilizing AS2 to send EDI is highly effective.

To ensure proper server settings and reliability most organizations will turn to an EDI network provider, such as DataTrans Solutions, to address and handle their AS2 EDI needs.   There are numerous benefits to utilizing DataTrans for your organization’s AS2 EDI needs, such as:

  • The ability to comply with AS2 mandates without the usual barriers to entry and adoption, for example: AS2 software; the internal infrastructure costs of hardware; security protocols such as firewalls; and the ongoing personnel expense of qualified, expert developers
  • Handling the exchange of AS2 setup information
  • Completing all required AS2 testing for your organization and your partners
  • Knowing all documents are exchanged in real-time
  • Benefit from DataTrans’ industry leading reliability, infrastructure, skills, security and expertise

I would like to mention and thank Kenrick Roberts for his contributions to this blog and the AS2 information herein.  We look forward to hearing from you and introducing your organization to the cost savings and logistical benefits of the next generation of AS2 EDI.  If you have any questions please feel free to reach us at any time.



Travis Baldwin

DataTrans Solutions

1 (800) 469-0877


When e-Commerce, m-Commerce and the Cloud Collide

Traditional commerce is going through a rapid metamorphosis.  The market is constantly adapting and evolving to keep up with the constant advancements in technology and logistical processes.    Today’s consumers are now demanding immediate gratification and greater access to goods which is causing traditional commerce and EDI of yesteryear to evolve.

B2B commerce of the 20th century was once laden with endless stacks of paper stemming from purchase orders and invoices to shipping documents, the endless cycle of filling out forms, scanning documents and manual data entry was an accepted but arduous part of commerce.  Enter EDI, a solution to the logistical needs of businesses everywhere, which allowed businesses to reduce the copious amount of work that was a byproduct of traditional business exchange models.  EDI greatly enhanced business efficiency, transferring documents between business partners instantaneously while reducing the labor hours involved with order fulfillment, input costs such as paper, as well as the need to fax.  E-Commerce was born and systematically changed B2B commerce in the 20th century.    According to the Research and Advisory firm Frost & Sullivan, B2B e-Commerce will hit $12 trillion worldwide by 2020 and they consider this to be the preeminent industry in innovation and market attractiveness (Vidyasekar 2014).

The 21st century and the impact of mobile technology, specifically Smartphones and tablets, has ushered in the next evolution of EDI, m-Commerce.   The internet has provided an entirely new way for consumers to browse, to shop and to educate themselves on products and with consumers now having mobile, on-demand access to the internet via their Smartphones the dawn of m-Commerce is upon us.   The ability of customers to instantaneously access global inventories, compare prices, read blogs and product reviews seamlessly from their couch or while window shopping is changing the dynamic of brick and mortar stores into showrooms.  Fulfillment center advancements are needed to provide dynamic inventory allocations and real-time updates.

M-Commerce is causing drastic logistical changes and business model shifts, and standard retail customers are not the only ones demanding these changes.  B2B businesses are feeling this pressure as well.  As vendors seek to constantly keep up with consumer’s buying and purchasing habits via model adaptations and logistical streamlining, businesses are relentlessly searching out suppliers who can keep up.   The world of e-Commerce is continuously evolving and adapting and the next generation of EDI must be a dynamic solution.

In an effort to further reduce expenses, minimize server space, increase inventory and software accessibility while simultaneously modernizing processes, many companies are turning to cloud-based software solutions.  Although highly contentious, the role and impact of the cloud is and will continue to be far reaching.   The internet has reshaped the world of the 21st century and the companies who have adapted their business models to flourish in this environment are thriving and leveraging their competitive positions, further creating barriers to entry and eliminating threats of competition.  Today’s market place is too dynamic and unforgiving to accept late responders.  Staying competitive must be at the forefront of one’s business model.

The challenge for e-Commerce going forward is finding an EDI solution that can bridge the gap between the e-Commerce systems of the 20th century with that of today’s cloud-based business requirements and m-Commerce’s empowerment of the consumer.  DataTrans Solutions has numerous products that offer resolution to these needs.

If you would like to discuss your organization’s current position and explore the impacts that adapting to e-Commerce, m-Commerce and cloud-based computing will have, please feel free to call me at 1(800) 469-0877.  We will discuss your business’s unique needs and how transitioning your internal systems can help keep you ahead of the competition.

Travis Baldwin

Works Cited

Vidyasekar, Archana Devi. The Global B2B E-commerce Market Will Reach $6.7 Trillion by 2020.  Frost & Sullivan. Dec 31, 2014.  Retrieved on Jan 2, 2015 from

WebEDI Add-On Tools Improve Productivity

DataTrans WebEDI is a great productivity tool for companies requiring a simple EDI solution that complies with trading partner requirements.  However, there’s more to the solution than meets the eye. Over the years we have added many enhancements to make the EDI process more efficient for our customers. Features such as Auto-Pack, Document Associations, Smart Filters and Document Defaults are designed to reduce the number of steps required to process EDI messages.  These improvements provide a more useful data management tool.

In addition to these capabilities, DataTrans has developed a set of optional “Add-ons” which provide even more functionality in certain areas.  The WebEDI QuickBooks Integration creates a link between your QuickBooks and WebEDI allowing integration of information between your accounting system and WebEDI. Thus, purchase orders can be imported into QuickBooks and invoices can be exported from QuickBooks to WebEDI to be validated and sent.  This allows for integration with WebEDI without the need for expensive EDI software.

DataTrans also can provide a Web Services link to UPS and FedEx to allow you to import shipping information into your ASN’s. Each is a separate utility (one for FedEx and one for UPS), but this solution saves the time of rekeying vital shipping information and expedites the process of creating accurate Advance Ship Notices. One more step to bringing the whole process together in one cohesive e-commerce management tool.

These Add-ons provide tremendous benefits in further automation and integration.  We are constantly working on features and improvements to make our customers more efficient. If you would like to learn more about WebEDI or these Add-on’s, contact DataTrans at

Compliance Networks and DataTrans Solutions Partnership Offers Improved Supply Chain Performance

EDI Solutions Integration to Drive Cost Efficiency in the Extended Supply Chain

Sugar Land & The Woodlands TX (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Compliance Networks, the leading provider of vendor performance optimization solutions and DataTrans Solutions Inc., the industry-leading B2B supply chain network, announced an integrated and strategic partnership that will drive EDI collaboration and further cost efficiencies in the retail supply chain.

“It’s a natural fit”, explained Greg Holder, CEO of Compliance Networks.  “Our clients and partners are one in the same.  Both of our teams have been focusing on optimization of our core competencies and it was a client that did the match making.”

Mike Franks, President of DataTrans, states “The integration and automation of processes will further drive down the costs and time associated with the order to cash process.  It will benefit both retailers and their supplier partners.”

As of today, the combined solution is live and in production.  The companies expect this to be the first step in many to integrate solutions to the benefit of the retail industry.

About DataTrans Solutions Inc.
DataTrans Solutions Inc. delivers customer centric supply chain and EDI outsourced services in retail distribution, energy, process manufacturing, and healthcare industries. We offer a comprehensive on-demand hosted platform that allows clients to CLICK TO CONNECT™. Our Mission is to provide constantly improving B2B and data management services to allow our customers to operate at peak efficiency. We operate with integrity to provide our services in a responsive and respectful manner. We will leverage our knowledge and technology to provide the most appropriate and efficient B2B solutions for our customers. The company is privately owned and has been profitably grown since it was founded in 1998. DataTrans is headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas.

About Compliance Networks
Compliance Networks is a leading provider of vendor compliance and supply chain visibility solutions for the entire PO LifeCycle. CN solutions enable retailers to optimize flow with leaner supply chain and make informed supply chain decisions. The net result is increased customer satisfaction, profitability, and shareholder value. Compliance Networks’ suite of retail-centric vendor compliance and distribution management solutions drive continuous performance improvement throughout the extended supply chain. Since 2000, Compliance Networks has offered best-in-class vendor compliance optimization and supplier performance management solutions enabling retail enterprises to make informed supply chain decisions. Compliance Networks is proud to serve leading retailers such as Kohl’s, Burlington Coat Factory, Pep Boys, Stein Mart, The Sports Authority, Bon-Ton Stores Corporation, Bob’s Stores and others.

Mark Cuban s Shark Tank Investment Kisstixx is EDI ready just in time for Valentines

The new and innovative lip balm company, Kisstixx, which creates a chemical reaction when two complementary pairs meet and secrete, has opened themselves to the retail supply chain.  Inventors and entrepreneurs, Dallas Robinson and Mike Buonomo, plugged into the retail EDI supply chain with DataTrans Solutions Inc.  The DataTrans canonical EDI network opens Kisstixx up to be responsive to big retailers with configured integration in the ordering, shipping and payment systems of more than a thousand major retailer buyers.  The fast growing company has an experienced EDI team on their side to comply with the requirements of their clients including Winn-Dixie, Kmart, Fry’s, Associated Food Stores and Party City.

The DataTrans team welcomes our new partners.  We look forward to assisting Kisstixx in their growth, allowing them to scale efficiently.  Our clients growth and success drives our spirit as supply chain professionals.

Watch them close Mark Cuban for $200,000 on Shark Tank below



Learn more about scaling a business with an EDI service for retailers.



EDI Testing Fees One Step from the Grave

Last week SaveMart Supermarkets, a 240 store innovative regional grocery chain in Northern California, presented a case study at the VCF conference on the effectiveness of the Infoborders no-fee EDI testing platform.   The results: 300% (3x) improvement in time on moving supplier into EDI production.  Feedback from suppliers:  “I used it and it was easy and user friendly. One of the best self-testing service web I have ever used!”  “Testing with you was one of the easiest tests I’ve ever performed.  My greatest pleasure was not having to go through SPS Commerce or one of the other organizations that charge an arm and a leg.”  “With Save Mart, I was able to test at my speed (which is a get_it_done speed) and it was totally painless.  Everyone I dealt with through emails was helpful and professional.  Keep up the good work.”

Title: Utilizing new industry tools to gain efficiencies in managing suppliers  Description: Case Study: Like many growing regional grocery retailers, Save Mart needs to do more with less in order to compete with larger national retailers.  The thin margin and high volume grocery business is particularly sensitive to supply chain exceptions, errors, and costs.  Learn how Save Mart is utilizing cloud based no cost EDI testing, on-boarding, and performance management tools to cut costs, exceptions, and errors in working with its 2,000 active suppliers.  Hear about their success and what’s next for this 240 store grocery chain.


Datatrans Solutions Welcomes Kenrick Roberts to Support Team

DataTrans Solutions

Organization continues pledge to build dream team of industry professionals

The Woodlands, TX – May 08, 2012DataTrans Solutions Inc., the industry-leading B2B supply chain network, announced the addition of Kenrick Roberts to the Support Team.  Mr. Roberts will be responsible for the implementation, training, and on-going support of the fast growing client base.

Mr. Roberts brings over 13 years of experience in supporting EDI transactions, communications, translation, and integration. His experience started with Sterling Commerce (now a division of IBM), working with Gentran and supporting large retailers such as Wal-Mart, AAFES, Best Buy, and Target.  He then moved into the healthcare distribution space supporting EDI for Biovail with trading partners that included McKesson, and Owens & Minor.  Most recently, Kenrick expanded his experience in the banking industry with the Bank of Montreal and with consulting work with 3PLs.

“We are excited to have Kenrick on board.  He is an asset to the organization and is already appreciated by our clients and their customers / EDI trading partners” said Mike Franks, President. “His reputation and all-around high energy personality is exactly the type of support team member that is vital to our small company.”

“I am impressed with the leadership, vision, and the comprehensive multi-tenant cloud EDI solution, said Kenrick. “It is a unique and scalable system built from the ground up.  I’m excited to be part of a team bringing game changing solutions to market.  It’s fun and I get the flexibility of being connected to a decentralized organization.”

It’s not the first time Kenrick worked with some of the members of DataTrans.  He was known and recommended for his leading support role at Owens Direct LLC.

Mr. Roberts is located in the Toronto Canada area.


About DataTrans Solutions Inc.

DataTrans Solutions Inc. delivers customer centric supply chain and EDI outsourced services in retail distribution, energy, process manufacturing, and healthcare industries.  We offer a comprehensive on-demand hosted platform that allows clients to CLICK TO CONNECT.  Our Mission is to provide constantly improving B2B and data management services to allow our customers to operate at peak efficiency. We operate with integrity to provide our services in a responsive and respectful manner. We will leverage our knowledge and technology to provide the most appropriate and efficient B2B solutions for our customers.  The company is privately owned and has been profitably grown since it was founded in 1998. DataTrans is headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas.

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