API Strategies to Enhance Your EDI Environment


Join Us on September 12

Companies are in different phases of their EDI modernization journey. Many are starting to evaluate APIs, but don’t know how to get from Point A to Point B.

The introduction of APIs brings questions such as: How can APIs enhance my environment? How do we implement, manage, and provide security for our APIs?

Understanding the baseline for your current EDI environment and developing a strategy for API usage are keys to modernization.

Join Scott Hulme, VP of Services, Sourcing, and Software at REMEDI and Clay Lambert, Integration Technologies Evangelist from Akana, as they provide a strategic perspective on EDI and APIs.

In this webinar, you’ll learn what’s necessary to develop a successful approach for your EDI modernization journey, including:

  • What are APIs and how do they mesh with your EDI strategy
  • How to utilize APIs going forward – incorporating, securing, and managing
  • How REMEDI clients are incorporating APIs into their strategy


Meet Your Presenters

Scott Hulme

Scott Hulme
VP of Services/Sourcing/Software, REMEDI Electronic Commerce Group

After joining the company in 2004, Scott has progressed from business development and account management to overseeing REMEDI’s sales and recruiting departments. Scott also spends much of his time helping to facilitate and grow partner relationships.

Clay Lambert

Clay Lambert
Integration Technologies Evangelist, Akana

Clay Lambert is technical and sales professional with 25 years’ experience in the Service Oriented Architecture and E-Commerce arenas. His experiences in helping Global 500 and Fortune 100 companies architect and deploy their data infrastructure, B2B commerce, and order management solutions across a wide array of industries and governmental bodies enables Clay to offer unique and varied insights into the confluence of the E-Commerce and API Management arenas.

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Thursday, September 12
9:00 a.m. PT | 12:00 p.m. ET

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