Category: RPG-XML Suite at Work

RPG-XML Suite at work

LTL Yellow Freight Tracking meets IBM i and Macmillan Publishers

LTL Yellow Freight Tracking meets IBM i and Macmillan Publishers

Macmillan Publishers is a global trade book publishing company headquartered in New York City. While running their business on IBM i, Macmillan utilizes a variety of LTL (Less Than Truckload) shipping carriers to ensure successful, cost-effective, and timely delivery of their books nationwide. Recently we were contacted by Macmillan’s I.T. Director to implement Yellow Freight’s […]

What’s the fuss with Magento Commerce?

What’s the fuss with Magento Commerce?

Our customers and prospects teach us new things every day.  When I hear about a new solution for the very first time that a customer wants to integrate with, I might stop and think:  ”Hmm, interesting”. After hearing the same piece of technology referenced a second time, my thought process changes to:  ”Now, where have […]

Validate eMail Addresses with Experian and RPG-XML Suite

Validate eMail Addresses with Experian and RPG-XML Suite

Recently we were approached by a bank with a business need to validate their customer email addresses. Experian is widely known and utilized by financial institutions as a primary source of consumer credit data.  Yet did you know they provide a broader suite of solutions that can be utilized to enhance your overall contact data quality? […]

RPG-XML Suite and Jobvite – HR Recruitment on IBM i

RPG-XML Suite and Jobvite – HR Recruitment on IBM i

Recently, we worked with the Jennie-O company who had a desire to improve the overall processes of publishing jobs and recruiting candidates for new job postings through their web site . The core goal was to improve efficiencies by preventing repeated data entry and make it easier for both internal employees and external candidates to […]

Measuring your Carbon Footprint with RPG-XML Suite and Google

Measuring your Carbon Footprint with RPG-XML Suite and Google

I’m not very green. The truck I drive leaves a relatively Big-Footish 13 mile per gallon carbon footprint along my typical drive to Minneapolis or Mankato.  The local garbage service only picks up one dumpster at the end of my driveway (which unfortunately does not contain a recycling canister).  And there are regularly way too […]