The partners of Mila - Shoes Wholesale began to actively connect to the global processing center (GPC), which was recently introduced and is designed to increase the speed of automatic data exchange.
In early August, in record time, in just one working day, the protocols for exchanging product balances with the shoe manufacturer TM WBL were set up. At the same time, work was carried out to agree on the terms of the contract for the provision of services to the GPC with the Kazan factory "Spartak". In addition, the Tuchkovskaya Shoe Factory is already automatically sending data through the global processing center, and manufacturers Lel and S-tep are preparing to connect. A major breakthrough in the still small history of the resource was a manifestation of interest in the technology of automatic sending and receiving data from representatives of retail stores.
Work on optimizing the GOC is ongoing and the developers are doing everything possible to improve the resource. “We published open access protocols for information exchange, posted on the network software that allows users to connect to any operating system, whether it be Windows, Linux or FreeBsd. No less significant for our customers was the decision on free customer service for the GPC, which is valid until 31 December 2012, ”said Alexander Abroleather, Director of ElitMaster.