ProcessOne has developed and is delivering an EDI solution that truly does automate the supply chain. By maximizing the digital handling of data between business partners, the entire supply chain from end to end is now automated, including manufacturers, warehouses, 3PL’s, distributors and retailers.

Built on our P1 platform, our EDI solutions can provide state of the art, highly automated, in house EDI capabilities to business partners running on a variety of ERP platforms.

P1 EDI is our original cloud-based EDI solution which interfaces with ERP systems through XML and Web Services. We have implemented P1 EDI with a variety of partners and continue to provide EDI support and drive growth for those partners.

P1 365 is the most recent version of our software, developed specifically for Microsoft Dynamics 365. This version is tightly embedded inside of D365 and provides a seamless user interface for EDI management and processing.

Features include:

  • Microsoft .NET, runs in a customer’s Azure cloud

  • Automated integration and transaction processing

  • Works by exception utilizing notifications and e-mails

  • Disruptive technology, eliminates Java EDI

ProcessOne is a Microsoft Cloud Partner


The ProcessOne team is highly skilled with ERP, having 30 years’ experience developing, implementing and supporting ERP software. Our team has deep technical and development skills as well as broad experience with optimizing business processes.

ProcessOne has helped ERP customers solve short term problems while also helping them meet the longer term goals of their business.  Our combination of project best practices, technical skills, and business experience assure that our customers receive cost effective solutions that work as planned.

Our team has experience with the following ERP software 

  • Microsoft D365

  • Oracle PeopleSoft 

  • SAP

  • Ross ERP


Lindsay Rewcastle, CEO


Lindsay brings a unique mix of technical skills and entrepreneurial experience to his role as CEO of ProcessOne Solutions.

Lindsay was the designer of the Ross ERP process manufacturing modules. He has also instrumental in designing and launching Transportation Management, BPM Workflow, and integration software products in the Ross customer base.

Most recently Lindsay has been part of the design and rollout team for P1.

As well as software Lindsay has been managing Ross ERP support organizations in the US and NZ since 1991. Lindsay was the CEO of CIMDEC Systems (Kansas City & Auckland) in the 1990’s, the CEO of Ceiba Solutions (Boston & Auckland) in the 2000’s and now ProcessOne Solutions.  

Calvin Smucker, President

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Calvin’s 20 years of experience working for large and small food manufacturers in Virginia, have been instrumental in winning customer confidence and in leading the delivery of complex software projects.

Calvin’s background as a manager for production control, manufacturing and planning coupled with his years at CDC as a Ross ERP consultant, provide a natural bridge between customer teams and ProcessOne consultants.

Calvin has led some of the largest, most complex Ross projects. He was project manager of the successful Shire Fix Ross project from 2008 – 2010. This project allowed Shire to grow from 400 to 1200 staff and open a state-of-the-art facility in Lexington, MA, followed by the addition of yet another manufacturing location and a significant supply chain and operations expansion across both the US and Europe.

Richard Kelsey, Vice President, Development

Widely regarded as the best solution architect in the Ross ERP marketplace, Richard has 20 years of successful Ross ERP software design, development and implementation.

As well as being an integral part of the Ross ERP 5.7 and 5.9 development teams, Richard has designed and managed the development of numerous Ross ERP custom and product development projects. 

Richard is the solution architect of P1, using his vast functional and technical experience with both Microsoft and Ross ERP to craft a solution that truly does automate a Ross ERP customer’s supply chain.