Welcome to the new LD.com

Todd Gould CEO's Letter, ECGrid, Featured, Hubbub

It’s been a long time coming, but the launch day of our new corporate website is here along with a fresh, new corporate branding. Huge thanks to Jamie Schwartzman and his creative team at Flux Branding . First, the new brand for Loren Data: Since 1987 the Loren Data brand has stood for integrity, reliability and dedication to our customers. As we start into …

NEECOM Turns 25!

Todd Gould Uncategorized

Thank you NEECOM for 25 Years of Service to the EDI Community. All of us at Loren Data would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation for the service and contributions that the New England Electronic Commerce Users’ Group has provided to the EDI community over the last quarter century. We wish our best to everyone at today’s 25th Anniversary Fall Conference in Westborough, MA. …

There Will Be No Disruption

Todd Gould Featured, Interconnects

OpenText has agreed to continue exchanging data with Loren Data and has rescinded the disconnection. The ability to set up new partnerships will resume immediately and data will continue to flow uninterrupted. Link to OpenText Notice Industry and Customer First – Always Regards, Todd Gould President & CEO      

New Products from Loren Data

Todd Gould ECGridOS, EDI, Featured, VANs

This month we have launched two new products: SuperHUBSM and VendorConnect. Both have been driven by customer demand and are directly intended to stabilize the shifting sand that is today’s EDI messaging environment. SuperHUB has been in development for some time and is a natural extension of ECGrid, enhanced for major EDI Hub end-users. Not just another VAN, SuperHUB is …

AS2: Part 3 – Certificates

Todd Gould AS2

Learn more aboutAS2 in the Cloud This last year the EDI community has shown an increasing interest in AS2. But what exactly is AS2? This is the third in a multipart series to examine AS2 and what it means going forward to the EDI industry. If you want all the historical and technical information on AS2, then I suggest you …