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SOC2 Type II
Press Release

SOC2 Compliance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Marina del Rey, CA – August 18, 2022 – Loren Data Corp. (LD.com), a leader in B2B eCommerce communications technology, announced today that they have achieved SOC2 Type II audited compliance. “Completing a SOC 2 Type II

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CEO's Letter

Happy Holidays

The massive end-of-year retail rush is over; the orders, shipping notices, and invoices are complete, and the last packages are arriving at our homes. A big thank you to all the EDI elves this year – the great team at

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Press Release

Certified PEPPOL Access Point

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Loren Data Corp. Becomes a Certified PEPPOL Access Point Marina del Rey, CA – September 24, 2019 – Loren Data Corp. (LD.com), a leader in B2B messaging platform technology, today announced that it has been officially certified

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CEO's Letter

Ringing in e2019

2018 was a mixed year for retail and cCommerce: bankruptcies, acquisitions, consolidations, spin-offs, etc. Add in interest rate hikes, trade wars, and a stock market in a tailspin, it seems that the compass is pointing in all directions at one

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ECGrid

The Art & Science Behind eCommerce

With millions of transactions continuously flowing behind the scenes, Loren Data employs many methods of making sure the system is functioning at all nines. One key tool for ECGrid is the instrumentation of our code, allowing us to follow key

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Developer's Program

2018 ECGrid Developer’s Program Report: 4Psite

Participants in the ECGridOS Developer’s Program have the opportunity to showcase their ECGridOS integrations. The first in this series is 4Psite, an innovative cloud-based order management system provider. Since 2005, 4Psite has provided cloud-based operations management capabilities and transparent, integrated EDI services. By integrating

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ECGrid

X.400 – EDI into Europe

Back in the early 80s, some folks had an idea for global e-mail…no these were not the same folks who were working on the Internet. What these folks delivered in 1984 was the first version of X.400. Never heard of

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