Sterling Commerce

Sterling Commerce is a software company that helps our customers optimize and transform their Business Collaboration Network inside and outside the enterprise quickly, easily, and securely so they can accelerate revenues and reduce costs. Specifically, we help enterprises connect, communicate and collaborate with their customers, partners and suppliers by providing solutions that enable seamless integration of key business processes, and with applications that transform the way companies do business. Sterling Commerce integration solutions enable seamless integration of key business processes, and our applications streamline the commerce lifecycle from selling to fulfillment to payments. With Sterling Commerce Integration Solutions and Applications, our customers are able to drive growth, adapt to change, enhance their performance and protect their enterprise. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with offices in 24 countries, Sterling Commerce solutions are utilized for business process integration, secure file transfers, multi-channel selling, supply chain fulfillment and payment management.

Phone: +4477771990377
Our Website: http://www.sterlingcommerce.com

Latest Content From Sterling Commerce

Whitepaper: Optimize And Transform Your Business Collaboration Network

by Sterling CommerceJan 04, 2010

Every enterprise in business today has a Business Collaboration Network (BCN). Your BCN includes all the customers, partners, and suppliers with whom you connect, communicate and collaborate to drive positive business results for all involved. As these networks become increasingly complex--from single channel to cross-channel and from local suppliers to global suppliers--the challenges for companies to integrate systems and manage shared processes become more difficult. In this white paper, we

Whitepaper: Your Playbook for Creating a Winning Data Transmission Service

by Sterling CommerceJan 01, 2009

When trying to grow into a Transmission Service?as opposed to simply being an IT function?the IT team gains new respect and influence as they bring increased value to the business. Normally, the primary goal of any data transmission department (or file transfer, or network operations, etc.) is to move large batch files between different systems. Since transactions and other data in the files represent significant revenue, the role of the team in ensuring delivery. The problem is, moving

Whitepaper: The Hidden Dangers of Everyday Information Transfer

by Sterling CommerceDec 01, 2008

Every day financial services organizations share megabytes, gigabytes or even terabytes of data with their business partners around the world using protocols such as FTP, HTTP, S-HTTP, SFTP, and FTPS. If there?s no apparent service outage, security breach or audit failure, most organizations assume these protocols are doing a secure and effective job of file transfer. But each of these protocols has serious flaws that are quietly making it harder for financial services organizations to add

Whitepaper: B2B: Get The Most Out Of Business Relationships While Maximizing ROI

by Sterling CommerceSep 01, 2008

Organizations make significant investments in B2B software and connectivity to automate business transactions, with the primary objective being to drive efficiencies with large trading partners. Still, there is much room for improvement. As it stands now, many businesses adhere to the 80/20 rule, electronically linking with only 20 percent of their partners. This smaller percentage represents as much as 80 percent of their transaction volumes and/or revenues. Companies often fail to maximize the

Whitepaper: Extend Your ERP System Through Sterling Commerce Selling And Fulfillment Solutions

by Sterling CommerceJun 01, 2008

The adoption of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems over the past two decades have led to landmark increases in business productivity. Now, however, many companies find themselves hamstrung by these same systems. The problem is two-fold: While ERP systems are very good at streamlining internal business operations, they are poorly suited for managing external processes with customers and suppliers beyond the four walls of the enterprise. The second problem is that ERP systems lack the

Whitepaper: Payments Transformation: One Step at a Time

by Sterling CommerceMay 01, 2008

Although noncash payments continue to grow globally at approximately 12% compound annual growth rate, in the current competitive market, banks must find a way to increase margins. The most daunting challenge in the near term may well be the need to refocus future investments in ?wholesale? payment and cash management services. Banks need to transform their payments services from siloed products that support a single payment method to a convergent, more holistic set of services. They need to

Whitepaper: Despite the Risks, FTP Use on the Rise in the Enterprise

by Sterling CommerceOct 01, 2007

New survey report reveals FTP usage on the rise despite bad press, data security breaches and compliance penalties inherent in its use. Learn more now.

Whitepaper: Non-Banks vs. Banks: Payments Revenue At Risk

by Sterling CommerceOct 01, 2007

To counter the threat of venture capital-fueled upstarts, banks should take advantage of their potential strengths: integration across product lines and channels, industry collaboration and sensitivity to the needs of government.

Whitepaper: The New Frontier: Building the bridge to meet corporate customer demands with MEFG

by Sterling CommerceJun 01, 2007

Uncover the actions that financial firms must do to satisfy corporate clients and improve customer-to-bank communications. Read this new research now.

Whitepaper: Extend Your SAP Operations Today With Proven SOA-Based Multi-Enterprise Collaboration

by Sterling CommerceNov 01, 2006

In today?s globally-sourced economy, the term ?competitive edge? has taken on all new meaning. It's not about one company edging out another in a well-defined playing field. It's about working with suppliers and business partners at the edge of the enterprise to compete as a business network. Sterling Commerce says it can help you achieve this new brand of competitive edge by extending your SAP environment with best-of-class B2B and multi-enterprise collaboration. According to Sterling