Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) sounds neat and orderly, especially since there are many standard documents readily available. The problem? The standards define certain conventions to use when exchanging information – and each company can populate its information as needed for transaction purposes. Tailoring the information this way can make it harder to interface a "standard" document from different customers, since each will have a slightly different implementation. An EDI Document Creation and Interfacing project addresses these issues.
Know the Signs
"I really need to get our EDI working – now!"
"Our largest contract is at risk because we can't support the customer's EDI Documents."
Benefits of an EDI Project
Faster – Faster processing over everyday transactions.
Save Time and Money – Less Time and Cost spent processing routine transactions.
Analysis Opportunities – Better quality and visibility of information.
EDI Case Study
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Incorporate your EDI and automated processes into an ERP system.