Today, Orbweaver Sourcing LLC, a data integration and automation company focusing on the electronics industry, announced the release of its next generation DataHub platform. The data integration tool that connects Orbweaver’s clients to their customers, suppliers, and data providers now boasts significant improvements in speed, reliability, and auditability.
“Over a year in the making, these exciting revisions will improve the movability of data for our loyal customers and future customers,” says Scott Muhl, VP, Product Development at Orbweaver Sourcing LLC. “DataHub continues to connect systems and companies seamlessly to each other regardless of data type or structure, now, more efficiently, to enable enhanced usability.”
DataHub, built for scale as sales and procurement middleware, features a user interface to enable data integration and processing. The solution provides customers with the ability to seamlessly integrate to suppliers and customers to exchange data more efficiently and streamline business processes. The latest release features technology upgrades that result in the following improvements:
- Broader support for sales/purchase documents. These include part data, pricing, availability, PCNs, forecasts, FRQs, orders, order confirmations, order statuses, shipping notifications, and invoices.
- Artificial intelligence. New intelligence functionality enables more flexible and efficient data processing by automating repetitive tasks.
- Enhanced business intelligence capabilities. Self-servicing enables users to perform tasks such as downloading source/export files, searching individual data records, and viewing history of all connection transactions over EDI, API, and ETL.
“As leaders in real-time data connectivity and sales/purchase automation, we make sure our software does not become idle or stale. We are constantly assessing our platform for opportunities to make it better, smarter, and faster,” says Muhl. “The DataHub platform release demonstrates this commitment, and supports digital transformation in the electronics manufacturing industry.”