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Beacon EDI to Attend NEECOM2013

August 20, 2013

Beacon EDI, a Southern-California EDI Provider, will exhibit and present at the New England Ecommerce Users’ Group conference on October 17th, 2013.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013

The New England Electronic Commerce Users' Group (NEECOM), formerly the New England EDI Users' Group (NEEDI), is a nonprofit organization established in 1990. Today, their members are large and small organizations in a variety of industries. The members include manufacturers, distributors, retailers, hospitals, insurance companies, motor carriers, universities, banks and government agencies. The common thread is their interest in EC/EDI and related technologies. They welcome companies who are at any stage in their implementation of Electronic Commerce.

Attendance at NEECOM will be the first for Beacon ED I. The goal for the company is to connect and collaborate with key stakeholders in the EDI arena in that region.

“Beacon EDI is only one of a few EDI service providers catering the small-to-medium size business with ANSI X12 Membership, RVCF and NEECOM memberships. As always, our involvement in the EDI community benefits our customers that do not have the travel budgets and staff to attend these conferences,” stated Alex Perlin of Beacon EDI.

NEECOM is the largest user-group of this kind. Beacon EDI believes the opportunity to exhibit and also present on EDI best-practice topics will be good for the EDI industry and community.

About Beacon EDI, Inc

Beacon EDI was founded in 2012 by industry leaders with a true passion for EDI. Beacon is a privately held EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) Business-To-Business Solutions company with headquarters in San Diego, California. Beacon’s target market ranges from the start-up small business with entrepreneurial spirit to a medium-size thriving organizations looking to expand their market share.

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